Kill Me Three Times

Kill Me Three Times

While on a seemingly routine job, a jaded hit man discovers that he's not the only one with his target in the crosshairs.

Kill Me Three Times is a Australia film which is comedy action catergory directed by KrivStenders. The film with the participation of the English famous actor - Simon Pegg, along with Teresa Palmer, Sullivan Stapleton, Luke Hemsworth and Alice Braga. The film leads the spectators to follow a professional assasin (Pegg) who is hired to assasinate the wife of a billionaire. However all things are not only simple like that. It contains multiple situations which no one can think about. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kill Me Three Times torrent reviews

Witt R (jp) wrote: Got to see this 2 weeks before the release at the NYC premiere. Gotta say, it was awesome. It reunites the classic animated series voice cast of Tim Daly, Kevin Conroy, Michael Rosenbaum, Susan Eisenberg, and Carl Lumbly. It's an action packed story with great animation. It's basically the ultimate Batman story as we see how paranoid he is when his contingency plans for if any member of the JLA goes rogue fall into the hands of Vandal Savage. Great movie, a lot of fun

Rock J (de) wrote: Odagiri J? is very suitable this type role.

Bill B (ru) wrote: Gave this a re-watch as part of the To-Watch Pile and while it holds up pretty well, I had to dial that rating down a notch, as there are some of the problems from the director's next feature (Laid To Rest) that are hinted at here, though not as glaring as the later film.This is still a nice little drama for all the horror fans out there that tells the story of an aspiring special effects artist and his struggle to leave behind the rural South he's grown up in. Obstacles to this include both an abusive stepfather and the local religious zealots. Worth a rental for sure.

Brian W (mx) wrote: The climax of the film, when Ryan Dunn shoves a toy car up his ass, goes to a doctor and asks him how it got there, is the funniest scene ever.

Billy B (it) wrote: A touching story that makes Sean Penn more of a brilliant actor.

Billie W (nl) wrote: I thought this movie was successful, in that it had a lot of nakedness. Also Yuliya Mayarchuk was adorable. And it was better than Caligula.

Dennis F (gb) wrote: Not bad, Space Godzilla rocked, but no match for Godzilla! Oh yeah they had some human created monster called Mogera, which sucked ass!

Matt G (au) wrote: Can't say I enjoyed the dream/musical elements very much at all. It couldn't have evoked less out of me.That being said, I found the bond between brother and sister fascinating. Their dilemmas/lifestyles provide an interesting contrast when allowed to clash. It didn't awe me with the psychological depth of Faces or Husbands, but it had the charm of Minnie and Moskowitz. Like all of his films, because of the unpredictable nature of the story, it's hard to completely figure out how you feel until you see it again.

Byron B (br) wrote: Nicholas Meyer's directing debut was the second screenplay he wrote that involved the meeting of two literary/historical figures. McDowell plays against type as H.G. Wells, a nerdy man who likes to philosophize about the future rather than jump into action. When a doctor acquaintance of his is discovered to be none other than the notorious Jack the Ripper, he must use his recently invented time machine to chase the man into the future. Warner is the violent Dr. Stevenson, who prefers the name Jack. There are some too convenient plot holes that allow Wells to pursue the Ripper and neatly do away with the villain at the end. Why the story transposes the action from London in the 1870s to San Francisco in the 1970s is never explained adequately. When Wells arrives in the busy, noisy late 20th century, it seems to be all about the dozens of banks in the California city by the bay. Since money makes the world go 'round, Wells spends an excessive amount of time searching for clues at financial institutions as to what has happened to Stevenson. It is in one bank that he meets and quickly starts dating foreign currency banker Amy, played by Mary Steenburgen. Their romance is fairly light-hearted as Amy, the feminist, helps Wells, the time traveler, through the funny and dangerous situations inherent in the adjusting to modern times and tracking down a serial killer. Pretty enjoyable effects, but they are quite dated.