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So, 428 IMDb people rate it 1.9, so... I just have to see it and make my own judgement. I've given it a 5! Which is much higher than some very well known films I've seen.
For starters, Killers has a plausible story that I can follow without scratching my head too much, so that's a plus. There's this bunch of low-level misfits who go to an abandoned warehouse to buy drugs from a guy who has stolen them from another bunch of mid-level misfits.
Unfortunately, the latter know what's going on and come along to reclaim their property. The warehouse has lots of floors and lots of rooms. The two parties meet, there is lots of shooting, most of which misses - as usual.
The actors are quite good, Kim Little is in the first group, said to have just come along to get high, and on the other side is Scott Carson, a handsome, spoilt brat pretending to be a real hood.
There are no serious flaws in my view, but it is all a bit predictable and all that shooting does get tedious
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