The problem with horror movies is they require 45-60min of boring day-to-day reality before the horror stuff. This film solves that by substituting a WWII story for the "boring reality".
You know, like in Predator(1987).
99.999% of comedians: *jokes*
Every thin comedienne under 40: "I'm sick of everyone wanting to fuck me. It's my #1 problem. He wants to fuck me. You want to fuck me. Why can't fuckbois just leave me alone instead of tryna fuck me??"
Even the talented Mary Elizabeth can't save this film. It's not even a film with a plot, it's a recorded acting exercise.
I liked the first act: Wild zany style and characters. Over-the, over-the, over-the-top story. Actors were good, camera work too. But just like John Wick or Taken, this hitman was so overpowered that it gets tiresome and paint-by-numbers. Adding Vanessa Hudgins to it just made it feel like a teenager who wrote her in to show how clever he thinks he is.
Don't see this if you want to feel for the characters. This is from a heavily-stylized, Samurai-Jack-type Dark…
After watching the trailer, I was excited for a kick-ass female-empowered heist film where the widows took matters into their own hands and showed all the male gangsters and politicians who the REAL criminal masterminds of Chicago were!
This is not that movie.
It's 2018, I just knew the director wouldn't stoop to the widows crying alot like stereotypical helpless females. (they did) And there was no way, they'd stoop to begging men for help and/or literally prostituting themselves for…