The 10 worst fight scenes from Bullet Train, ranked

Technically, Lemon and Ladybug faced off against each other a few times in “Bullet Train,” but the best part about their duel was during their quiet car encounter. The containment in this scene is both humorous and perfectly action-packed, using a lot of chair-swapping antics and close-ups of hand-to-hand combat between bouts of static. Again, the silence evokes a sense of tension between the two. There’s an energetic urgency as Brad Pitt and Brian Tyree Henry alternate between who is the fastest and who can revert to “normal” whenever a passenger is upset – depicted by an unexpected guest Nancy Daly – telling them to “shhhh!”

Their timing is tight. Of all the fights in this movie, this feels like the most Hong Kong cinematic vibes the movie is so clearly love. It makes no sense for them to silently try to kill each other in a full carriage, but it works, thanks to Pitt, Henry, and their respective stunt pairs, Kyle Mclean and Nathaniel Perry. However, it focuses more on defensive moves as a comedy that sometimes cuts through the fight. The setup is great for getting more Wing Chun-style hits and blocking. At one point, Ladybug blocks a punch using The Son’s corpse, a move that combines laughs and fast-paced technique in a way only director David Leitch could pull off, and still very admirable.

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