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Confessions of a Hitman (1994)

R | | Crime, Drama | 4 May 1994 (USA)
A former hitman named Bruno steals some cash from his mobster uncle. He plans to go to Tahiti, but things go wrong and he finds himself headed for Vegas via Death Valley in a comandeered ... See full summary »

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Charley
Emily Longstreth ...
Corina
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Rocco
Al Israel ...
Frank
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Uncle Dino
Richard Caruso ...
Bruno's Father
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Spinelli
James Staszkiel ...
Hatch
Ted Markland ...
Mickey
Mark Lonow ...
Jeffrey
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Priest
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Vinnie
Skeeter Vaughan ...
Gas Station Owner (as Skeeter Vaughn)
Vincent Barbi ...
Big Mike (as Vince Barbi)
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A former hitman named Bruno steals some cash from his mobster uncle. He plans to go to Tahiti, but things go wrong and he finds himself headed for Vegas via Death Valley in a comandeered airport limousine, pursued by his uncle's henchmen and accompanied by a limo driver and an enigmatic blonde. Written by Sara Bickley

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He's through with the Mob... but the Mob isn't through with him.

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Crime | Drama

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Fallen Angels  »

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great flick
23 September 2005 | by (alief,h-town,tx) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to happen to catch this movie on a Saturday afternoon. I'd never heard of this movie, which is surprising once you see what a quality movie this is. The acting is good, most of the minor characters seemed as if they left off a comic book page but are believable in the world created by this awesome writer. The supporting characters are endearing and seem real. Remar is a wonderful lead character as Bruno a hit-man struck by a disease that leaves him little time to live. Of course he wants to set things straight. Hes really believable as a despairing person. this movie was captivating. Also sometimes dark humor and cinematography reminds you of other great 'outsider/alternative' films made around this time in the 90s i would highly recommend this movie to anyone that liked 'Doom Generation,' 'Clerks' and stuff like that


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