A terminally ill crime boss, known only as The Man, hires a hit man named Frank to carry out his own assassination as well as the assassination of The Woman he loves. When The Woman turns ...
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A terminally ill crime boss, known only as The Man, hires a hit man named Frank to carry out his own assassination as well as the assassination of The Woman he loves. When The Woman turns out to be Frank's long lost lover, he turns against The Man becoming the target himself.Written by
I saw this movie with my boyfriend, which he LOVED it! I love comic books, I'm sort of a comic book junkie so thats one of the reasons why I wanted to see this. The characters are fun to watch because it does seem like their from a comic book however, thought the director could have made it a little more obvious that it was. Having said that, Marc Clebanoff is a talented writer/ director- he knows how to tell a story and bring it to life, in this one he does it with humor which is great! What I also loved about this movie was that it wasn't gory like most action/martial arts movies are, us girls aren't big fans of bloody scenes and this movie kept it clean. Frank Krueger is a cutie pie, he's someone I would like to see more of actually, see what else he could do. I mean, I could see him play someone in a Romantic Comedy or something. He came off kind of innocent for a hit-man, seemed torn a little. I liked the girl who was seeking revenge for her husband, that was cool. Um and I don't know about you but the deaf security guard or hit-man(too) was hysterical not that I'm making fun of deaf people but it was hysterical to see that particular scene! So I give it a 9 because it could have more of a comic book feel but overall entertaining for an independent film.
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