Kill List

Kill List

Nearly a year after a botched job, a hitman takes a new assignment with the promise of a big payoff for three killings. What starts off as an easy task soon unravels, sending the killer into the heart of darkness.

Events take a darker turn as a contract killer (Neil Maskell) and his business partner (Michael Smiley) carry out a new assignment. What starts off as an easy task soon unravels, sending the killers into the heart of darkness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kill List torrent reviews

Kate F (br) wrote: Awful, dull and pointless

Hugo G (kr) wrote: It was interesting and it had a very unusual directing style. Which made the story a little bit more suspenseful even though not much was revealed. The horror part wasn't scary but intriguing and a little more successful than I thought it would be. What I disliked was how strange the characters were and they way they reacted to what was happening, seemed very unreal. Also the sexual situations, because they felt very in your face and unnecessary. And finally, the acting was weak in the beginning and in some other scenes, but overall it was good. It was a little better than I thought it would be overall and it was a step up from other Mexican-Horror movies, but still it wasn't nothing that blew me away or that changed my view of horror movies.

Don Y (ag) wrote: I love the movie Shaolin, it touched on the topics of Good, evil, remorse very well I think. Plus cool Kung Fu fights!

Ciprian S (jp) wrote: Good portait of Romanian life during Ceausescu's time. Great story telling.

Scott N (ca) wrote: Meh. Carrey can do serious but this borders on ridiculous. And nonsensical.

Kristen A (ag) wrote: didn't expect that ending

Jonathan P (br) wrote: I shouldn't like this movie. I usually hate movies that show irresponsible teens causing problems, drinking, smoking, doing drugs and then expecting no repercussions, yet Dazed and Confused is strangely appealing. I can't put my finger on why I like this movie as it holds no fond memories for me (I was a law abiding, drug free, alcohol free teen) or nostalgia that I am able to relate to. The plot is one that normally makes me upset and hate these type of movies (Fast Times at Ridgemont high, etc.) so after contemplating the reason I enjoyed this movie so much the only conclusion I can come up with is how charismatic and likable the actors made the characters seem. Mathew McConaughey is the most likable charismatic loser I have ever seen on screen. Jason London and Sasha Jenson make perfect best friends (they were so good I am surprised they haven't been in more movies) even playing one of the biggest jerks in the history of cinema Ben Affleck makes his character likable. Chalk it up to great direction or just great acting either way Dazed and Confused is just a great movie.

Dylan P (us) wrote: I'm from Durham, so when they talk about certain things I understand and know what they're talking about. Hilarious and dramatic. Costner and Robbins were great together. One of my favorite movies!

Thomas N (ru) wrote: another great antonioni film, though this one is unjustifiably neglected. tomas milian gives a great performance completely different from his policiers and proves his versatility as an actor.

Akramul i (fr) wrote: A more supreme version of Contempt, this does what films about film production should show and tell about: film production!

Chris (br) wrote: Way way too fucking long.

Black S (br) wrote: Notable for covering the clash of colonial powers in Africa during WW1 and the high powered cast. The title is known more for the song by Motley Crue by most than this film they copped it from (during a drug induced haze while broadcast on late night TV). Excellent receation of the era with great panoramic on location filming with a huge cast of extras, including Askaris and massive props. But the project suffers from the direction since the film cannot seem to decide if it wants to be a serious actioner or a light comedy. Semi-entertaining enough to be worth a look however, particularly for fans of Moore, Marvin & the delectable Parkins...