Now the Chanel ads make sense

By bluejayz
Written January 31, 2015
Aimless movie - predictable and boring - most scenes drawn out way too long with pointless dialog (if you see it you will know what I mean in the scenes between Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini). Save your money and wait till it comes out on Netflix.
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worst I have seen in a long, long, time

By yoda2011
Written February 27, 2015
pitiful. walked out after 15 minutes. no plot, brutal ,and obscene. ia am no prude, but this reall, really sucked. save your mony and stay at home. watch an oprah rerun. anything else!!!
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Killing them softly

By mamacode
Written December 01, 2012
Horrible, boring, I believe it's the worst movie I ever saw. People were leaving the movie theatre. I stayed thinking Pitt would help. He did not. Can't fix a flop. Throw it away! Can it. Do Anything, but to let someone else throw their money away on such a bad movie!! Im embarrassed for Pitt to even had said yes to such a terrible movie. Yuk!
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Walked out!

By n88murphy
Written January 29, 2015
This was a terrible flick. I desperately wanted to sit it out and find out where the "pop" was but after the second couple leaving and I had to follow. Boring and ill written. Please refund me!
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FOR THOSE WITH A BLOOD LUST, WHERE ALL THE "BAD" GUYS GET WHAT THEY EARNED AND DESERVED.

By Peneflix
Written August 30, 2015
Which was precisely what the audience suffered through 97 minutes of this brutal, taut expose where all are nefarious; just varying degrees of separation. The once, remarkably handsome Brad Pitt, plays philosophical "gun-for-hire", "Jackie Cogan" who "kills" from a distance, so as not to get too personal, sentimentally involved; his creed is ambushed by circumstances and his assassinations spread blood as intensely as water in post-Katrina , New Orleans... Director Andrew Dominik features a seasoned cast (Pitt, Richard Jenkins, Ray Liotta, James Gandolfini, Scott McNairy) in a glum, lugubrious plot, revolving around the financial woes of dismal, droll, untoward individuals... TWO STARS!! ***For full review please visit peneflix(dot)com!!!
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