Director David Leitch's wildly complicated action vehicle stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, and others as assassins in transit.

On the bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto, a group of assassins is on the prowl for a briefcase full of cash. They shoot, stab, and otherwise perforate each other's pretty little faces in pursuit of the briefcase.

Leitch, who directed and choreographed "The Princebucket "'s hat and "twin" hitmen Tangerine and Lemon, was also responsible for Joey King's fake crying.

On-screen labels superimposed over their flash-frozen mugs identify these quirky characters, along with others like the Hornet (Zazie Beetz) and the Wolf (Benito A Mart-nez Ocasio, aka Bad Bunny). 

"Snatch," like "Bullet Train," is a pop-style mix of martial arts, manga, and gabby hit-man movies, but without the wit or vision that goes with it.

Zak Olkewicz and Leitch made every character in the film adaptation of the pulp novel "MariaBeetle" twice as eccentric as necessary to keep the audience's attention.

Maria (voiced by Sandra Bullock) guides Pitt through what's supposed to be his simplest job in his career: board the bullet train in Tokyo, grab the MacGuffin, and step off.

The ch-ching of the choo-choo is heard. There are more murderers crammed together in this film than Agatha Christie could fit on the Orient Express, including Pitt's Ladybug.

The ch-ching of the choo-choo is heard. There are more murderers crammed together in this film than Agatha Christie could fit on the Orient Express, including Pitt's Ladybug.

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