Sorry, this movie sucks
Memorable, crazy movie
It's entirely possible that sending the audience out feeling lousy was intentional
This is a coming of age storyline that you've seen in one form or another for decades. It takes a truly unique voice to make yet another one worth watching.
I honestly had no interest in watching this movie, I'm not a massive fan of Anna Kendrick as it is BUT I gave it a go as I had ZERO else to watch; Boy, Was I wrong! This movie was a great watch! Sam Rockwell was a pure delight to watch as "Mr Right" he fitted the character perfectly! He's like the lovable rouge throughout it, but a more funnier version?! I loved the whole quirky relationship between Anna & himself, I honestly don't think the director and cast members could have picked a better duo for this movie! They mashed so well together! If you have any doubts then wipe them clean off because you really won't be disappointed! From start to finish this movie keeps you on your toes! Great action mixed with comedy & romance. Thoroughly enjoyed it! Don't miss out on the fun!
Mr. Douche.Cute closet scene with a sneaky closing line.Highly excitable people with guns is not a good foreshadow.Her skirt matches his shirt? Maybe not. I'm not fashionista.Ya gotta laugh at work.Someone's gonna walk in and freak out.
I'm waiting for the ex-boyfriend to show up.I have the same iPhone cover. Purple rocks.I wonder how many professional criminals actually take gun classes? Gun safety? Target practice regularly?Wilhelm scream #1.These poor guys stabbing themselves.What a $h!tty extra cheese pizza. Come on... Steve is a decent guy.Good phone... :)One day I expect a scene where a woman with her mouth taped get it ripped off and she thanks the $T#$R@#R# for saving her from having to wax her mustache.Why does everyone just shoot randomly when they hear gun shots? All these leather jackets? In New Orleans no less.That is a horrible turtle description. Sicko.T-Rex :)I like the credits.
I guess this was an independent film, since boxofficemojo.com says it grossed $34,000. Is that correct?Martha (Anna Kendrick) is waiting for her boyfriend when he enters the house, passionately kissing another woman and throwing her on a table. Devastated by her breakup, Martha laments meeting Mr. Right. But she does meet him - an attractive guy (Sam Rockwell) with a great sense of humor who seems really into her. Both are smitten.This new guy (we find out later his name is Francis) tells her he's a hit-man, he just killed someone, etc., all of which she finds terribly funny. Until she actually sees him shoot someone. He can't understand why she's upset. He really doesn't want to kill any longer, so what he's been doing is killing the people that hire him, not the actual victims. Martha's a little upset. Also, it seems that a cartel Francis worked for, led by a man named Hopper (Tim Roth), is after him. So he's not actually Reynolds, the FBI guy she thinks he is.Funny comedy that is also surprisingly violent and has some great choreographed fight scenes. Tim Roth as the FBI guy has a southern accent but reverts to his usual British as Hopper. I've been watching him on "Lie to Me," and he's playing a similar out-there character.I loved Katie Nehra as Martha's friend Sophie, and the bad guys are funny too - James Ransone, Anson Mount, Michael Eklund, and RZA as a not-so-bad guy.Entertaining.
This is not your typical boy meets girl. In this film, the girl is one of questionable psychological stability, and the boy is a self actualizing gun-for-hire with brain damage... But hey, when you know, you know. The psychotic quirkiness of the characters makes for some highly entertaining television, and no action was sacrificed for the sake of the underlying romantic theme. A fun film with a little something for everybody.