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Bullet to the Head

When veteran hit man Jimmy Bobo (Sylvester Stallone) and his partner, Louis (Jon Seda), kill a corrupt ex-cop, Louis in turn loses his life to an ex-mercenary named Keegan (Jason Momoa) . Detective Taylor Kwon (Sung Kang) senses a connection between the two killings and seeks out Bobo, who subsequently saves Kwon from an assassination attempt. The pair join forces against a common enemy: a ruthless real-estate developer named Robert Nkomo Morel (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) .
  • Genres: Action, Crime drama, Thriller
  • Running Time: 91 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, February 1, 2013
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: R [ Bloody Images, Brief Drug Use, Language, Some Nudity, Strong Violence ]
  • Starring: Sylvester Stallone [Jimmy Bobo (James Bonomo)], Sung Kang [Taylor Kwon], Sarah Shahi [Lisa Bonomo], Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje [Robert Nkomo Morel], Jason Momoa [Keegan], Christian Slater [Marcus Baptiste], Jon Seda [Louis Blanchard], Brian Van Holt [Ronnie Dupaix], Holt McCallany [Hank Greely], Weronika Rosati [Lola], Marcus Lyle Brown [Det. Towne], Dane Rhodes [Lt. Howard LeBreton]
  • Directed by: Walter Hill [Director], Alessandro Camon [Screenwriter], Alexandra Milchan [Producer], Alfred Gough [Producer], Miles Millar [Producer], Kevin Templeton [Producer], Stuart Ford [Executive Producer], Brian Kavanaugh-Jones [Executive Producer], Deepak Nayar [Executive Producer], Steve Squillante [Executive Producer], Joel Silver [Executive Producer], Courtney Solomon [Executive Producer], Allan Zeman [Executive Producer], Steve Richards [Executive Producer], Stuart Besser [Executive Producer], Steve Mazzaro [Original Music], Lloyd Ahern [Cinematographer], Tim Alverson [Film Editor], Toby Corbett [Production Design], Ha Nguyen [Costume Designer], Kelly Curley [Art Director], Mary Vernieu [Casting], Venus Kanani [Casting], J.C. Cantu [Casting]
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