The Hit­man’s Body­guard

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IT seems like di­rec­tor Pa­trick Hughes

has as­sem­bled ac­tors with sense of a hu­mour for his lat­est movie. There is Ryan Reynolds, who show­cases his sharp wit ev­ery time he posts a photo on In­sta­gram. Sa­muel L. Jack­son, as we know, takes on a role de­pend­ing on how much fun he can have while mak­ing a film

is a prime ex­am­ple). also fea­tures Salma Hayek, whose com­edy skills is ob­vi­ous when­ever she ap­pears on talk shows. So, by that logic, prom­ises to be a fun af­fair. Reynolds plays Michael Bryce, a pro­tec­tive ex­ec­u­tive agent – or body­guard in lay­man’s terms – who is in charge of pro­tect­ing hit­man Dar­ius Kin­caid (Jack­son) as he is a key wit­ness in a court case. Now the thing is, Dar­ius has tried to kill Michael more than 20 times in the past ... 28 times to be ex­act. Nat­u­rally, it’s not go­ing to be the most ideal re­la­tion­ship ... and that’s where the fun comes from. Also star­ring Gary Old­man, Elodie Yung and Richard E. Grant. –



opens at cin­e­mas na­tion­wide on Aug 17.

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