After going through a painful break-up, a woman meets a man who appears to be perfect for her. However, as their relationship develops, she learns that he is a former hit-man. Their new, but genuine, relationship is tested even further as they try to save each other, from his dark past which has come back to haunt him. Written by
Tim Roths characters voice changes at the end of the movie, sounding more like his actual accent See more »
In the parking lot knife fight the knife makes metal clinging sounds when pulled from a pair of pants, and even when just being waved around in the air. See more »
Martha, at some point you're just going to have to start recognizing these red flags.
Why? Do you think he's evil?
What if he is? You know when I was little, I had this fantasy that I was dating Lex Luthor.
From Superman? Wasn't he, like, a genius? Your guy's more like a sexy Rainman or something.
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My trouble with most of the genre is that movies that are supposed to be comedies do not make me laugh at all. I mean, I realize something is meant to be funny, but it does not work. Most of the comedy genre are dumb, unoriginal and shallow humor movies, movies that simply aren't good. But even quality ones rarely make me laugh. I watch, I agree it's funny, but I do not laugh. But this one... I laughed, I laughed often, I laughed out loud and even to tears few times.
<3 9/10 <3
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