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Review: Stallone almost one-ups Schwarzenegger with 'Bullet to the Head'

8:58 PM, Jan. 30, 2013
Bullet To The Head
Bullet To The Head: A New Orleans hitman and a New York City cop form an alliance to bring down the killers of their respective partners.
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Choppy and bordering on incoherent, "Bullet to the Head" is Sylvester Stallone's answer to Arnold Schwarzenegger's "The Last Stand," an action exercise in "Here's how we used to do it."

Sly one-ups Arnold in that old-school regard by bringing in Walter ("48 Hours") Hill, king of action directors when Stallone was in his glory days - the 1980s.

But "Bullet" isn't remotely as direct as its title. It shows all the hallmarks of a movie that's been re-cut, that changed directors (Wayne Kramer started the film). Characters, relationships and motivations seem shortchanged. And it's every bit as ...

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