Love and a Bullet has a sly satirical tone that lifts it above the common herd of would-be Quentin Tarantino movies. Rap star Treach plays Bishop, a hit man who declares, "The world is full of people that, quite frankly, we all could do without." But his rationalizations start to fall apart when he's assigned to kill a woman who, in his eyes, deserves to live. Plus, he suspects that his boss--who runs an elite team of assassins--may have killed Bishop's own lover, a beautiful government agent. Naturally it's all building up to a typical spectacle of over-the-top violence with some gratuitous skin along the way (including full-frontal nudity from the very buff leading man), but what makes Love and a Bullet work is that the filmmakers use its absurd reality to make sneaky comments about race relations and job satisfaction. --Bret Fetzer
This movie was good. Worth watching. Worth buying. Decent acting and actors. The plot a little far fetched but still good. Read morePublished on June 11 2004 by candy91
I Had great expectations for this movie, but it wasn't even half of what I expected.
For the first the paste of the movie is way to fast, there is no time for thinking becouse... Read more
A HITMAN [TREACH] FALLS FOR HIS NEXT TARGET. THIS ACTION/COMEDY IS FUNNY AND ACTION PACKED. TREACH, WHO'S THE LEAD MC FOR NAUGHTY BY NATURE, DOES OK IN THIS MOVIE. Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2004 by MICHAEL TAYLOR
I can't believe the other reviewers who said this is a good movie. I suspect Treach and his mom wrote some of the reviews. Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2004
Okay, maybe this isn't a big budget action thriller, but it is definitely an action thriller. Trech and the rest of the cast don't let you down in this sexy, funny, action packed... Read morePublished on Dec 7 2002 by BIGTONE