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23 Ratings

Bullet Head

Directed by Paul Solet
United States, 2017


Three criminals trap themselves in a warehouse with the law closing in and run into the attack dog named DeNiro. This is a series of intertwining narratives that explore the love, fear and conditioning and all the wrong turns that have put them in the dog house, fighting for their lives.

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Bullet Head Directed by Paul Solet

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  • Michael H. CLAES's rating of the film Bullet Head

    The duet of actors don't compensate the improbabilities of the scenario, the les digressions, and the change of rhythm & genre, from comedy to crime. As a result, the film is boring and the viewer disappointed. == Le duo d'acteurs ne rattrape pas les invraisemblances du scenario, les digressions et le changement de rythme & de genre, de la comédie au polar. Du coup le film est souvent ennuyeux & on reste sur sa faim.

  • Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Bullet Head

    Uneven in its momentum with integrating long drama and Cujo-like elements, but it stands apart from many animal-attack films is its unique handling of character backstory: every character is given dimension not just through their history and criminal past, but how they interact with man's best friend. Sure, there's not much character arc here and it's heavy-handed, but it can also be affectingly sad (Culkin's story.)

  • Wee Hunk's rating of the film Bullet Head

    More propaganda put out by the dog lovers association. I noticed there was some negative stereotyping of cats, which is typical. A cat would have told them not to go into the warehouse in the first place. The message here is that there are criminals and bad guys and dogs know which is which.

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