James Milstead’s review published on Letterboxd:
BULLET TO THE HEAD (15)
D: Walter Hill
Warner Bros/Dark Castle/IM Global/After Dark/Emjag (Alexandra Milchan, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Courtney Solomon & Kevin King-Templeton)
US 🇺🇸 2012 (released 2013)
W: Alessandro Camon [based on the graphic novel "Du Plomb dans le Tête" by Matz]
DP: Lloyd Ahern II
Ed: Tim Alverson
Mus: Steve Mazzaro
Sylvester Stallone (James Bonomo), Sung Kang (Det. Taylor Kwon), Sarah Shahi (Lisa Bonomo), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Robert Nkomo Morel), Jason Momoa (Keegan)
Typical Sylvester Stallone action hokum that was released at least two decades too late.
A New Orleans hitman and a Washington detective form an alliance after their respective partners are killed by the same organisation.
It's pretty lazy stuff, which all we've seen done before and much better.
Stallone really is getting too old for this shit, and the film's only real asset is from Jason Momoa, delivering a convincingly threatening performance as the bad guy.