Reviews

  • 3h ago

    Many laugh out loud lines. Good chemistry between Hart and Woody.

    Many laugh out loud lines. Good chemistry between Hart and Woody.

  • 5h ago

    Not the best movie in the world. But if you don't have anything else to do, it will fill the time. The movie meet my expectations, which weren't that high.

    Not the best movie in the world. But if you don't have anything else to do, it will fill the time. The movie meet my expectations, which weren't that high.

  • 6h ago

    This movie was another Hollywood cookie cutter piece of crap. Kevin Hart played his same cookie cutter role.

    This movie was another Hollywood cookie cutter piece of crap. Kevin Hart played his same cookie cutter role.

  • 8h ago

    Pretty funny stuff, woody does a good job playing a hit man and kevin is a classic comedian who makes you laugh

    Pretty funny stuff, woody does a good job playing a hit man and kevin is a classic comedian who makes you laugh

  • 12h ago

    They kept running away from the funniest aspect of the movie. And then it just went on a little too long.

    They kept running away from the funniest aspect of the movie. And then it just went on a little too long.

  • 23h ago

    From the man who brought us 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' and 'Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard' (Lionsgate 2017 and 2021), Patrick Hughes attempted this new fast-moving comical flick in a tongue-in-cheek farcicality with boisterous Kevin Hart (the assumed assassin) and deadpan Woody Harrelson (the real assassin) as lead casts, added a snide bit of Ellen Barkin (Harrelson's handler). Though the combination of both stars in the highly potential conspiracy plot did not quite make a stellar, it no doubt easily shaded our beloved congenial comedienne Sandra Bullock and a vapid Channing Tatum plus a cameo Brad Pitt in 'The Lost City' (Paramount Pictures 2022) recently at cinemas. Not easy to impress as the Hollywood light entertainment variety is at full tilt these days, perhaps that's why Hughes needs to crossover his man from Toronto with The Hitman movies to unite all casts for a boost of hetero action comedy in future. Better still, brave or fair enough to land them all on a queer universe. No?

    From the man who brought us 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' and 'Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard' (Lionsgate 2017 and 2021), Patrick Hughes attempted this new fast-moving comical flick in a tongue-in-cheek farcicality with boisterous Kevin Hart (the assumed assassin) and deadpan Woody Harrelson (the real assassin) as lead casts, added a snide bit of Ellen Barkin (Harrelson's handler). Though the combination of both stars in the highly potential conspiracy plot did not quite make a stellar, it no doubt easily shaded our beloved congenial comedienne Sandra Bullock and a vapid Channing Tatum plus a cameo Brad Pitt in 'The Lost City' (Paramount Pictures 2022) recently at cinemas. Not easy to impress as the Hollywood light entertainment variety is at full tilt these days, perhaps that's why Hughes needs to crossover his man from Toronto with The Hitman movies to unite all casts for a boost of hetero action comedy in future. Better still, brave or fair enough to land them all on a queer universe. No?

  • 1d ago

    This was ok, it had some funny moments but never grabbed you enough to draw you fully in.

    This was ok, it had some funny moments but never grabbed you enough to draw you fully in.

  • 1d ago

    It's a comedy that relies simply on Kevin Hart's fast talking wise cracks that are so cliche by now, it would be a miralce if anyone laughed. The story oscillates between unbelieveable to cliche. It winds on and on and on to an obvious conclusion via Hart's and Harrleson's cliche funny guy, tough guy combo. Not terrible but nothing to write home about.

    It's a comedy that relies simply on Kevin Hart's fast talking wise cracks that are so cliche by now, it would be a miralce if anyone laughed. The story oscillates between unbelieveable to cliche. It winds on and on and on to an obvious conclusion via Hart's and Harrleson's cliche funny guy, tough guy combo. Not terrible but nothing to write home about.

  • 1d ago

    Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson can't seem to generate enough fresh material to elevate this overly generic buddy/action comedy. There's a lot of flapping, but weighed down by an absurd, exceedingly conventional script, It never gets off the ground. It sit there, like the overstuffed turkey, it was doomed to be.

    Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson can't seem to generate enough fresh material to elevate this overly generic buddy/action comedy. There's a lot of flapping, but weighed down by an absurd, exceedingly conventional script, It never gets off the ground. It sit there, like the overstuffed turkey, it was doomed to be.

  • 2d ago

    The movie itself was good, but I can't stand this gender shit anymore. Amazon is already bad, but Netflix is HORRIBLE. EVERY. SINGLE. MOVIE. I really doubt that I can eat enough I want to ralph, having this gender delusion in every single Netflix production. It spoils every watching fun and this was the first time I didn't click away because of this shit, but I will click away again and rate everything bad for it. It makes me feel so uncomfortable and drives me nuts.

    The movie itself was good, but I can't stand this gender shit anymore. Amazon is already bad, but Netflix is HORRIBLE. EVERY. SINGLE. MOVIE. I really doubt that I can eat enough I want to ralph, having this gender delusion in every single Netflix production. It spoils every watching fun and this was the first time I didn't click away because of this shit, but I will click away again and rate everything bad for it. It makes me feel so uncomfortable and drives me nuts.