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Contract Killers (2008)

A CIA assassin attempts to break out of the contract killing business to try to lead a normal life.

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Cast

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Jane
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Witkoff
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Pernell
Christian Willis ...
Lars
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Monoven
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Winston Scott
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Targonsky
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Alex
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Chuck Dittmer
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Rick
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Corey Beauregard ...
FBI Extra
David Bermejo ...
Banker
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Lindsay (as Julia Denton Francis)
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SWAT Team
Jamie Marie Roebuck Joseph ...
Restaurant patron
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Storyline

A CIA assassin attempts to break out of the contract killing business to try to lead a normal life. But when "the system" tracks her down and frames her for the death of her husband, she embarks on a path of revenge that leads her back into the life she tried to hard to abandon. Written by Anonymous

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Trust is such a fragile thing.

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Rated R for some language | See all certifications »
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29 September 2011 (South Korea)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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As soon as Jane starts to tell the computer guy to bring up the last entry, the window containing it pops up, but once she tells him to bring it up, it cuts to him typing and back to the monitor to see the window pop up again. See more »

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Not What I Expected
8 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Simply put, this film is not what I expected. There was mediocre acting, mediocre directing, and obviously a very mediocre budget.

And as far as the director rant in the comments, the comments are designed for people with an opinion ABOUT THE FILM, not about how people are watching it. Your personal bias is one that none of us are interested in.

Additionally, your logical fallacy of comparing downloading a movie over the internet to stealing a car and returning it is one of the dumbest, most less thought out comparisons I have ever heard. Not only is there no logic to that statement but I actual give you less credit as a producer and human being for having floated that comment out there in the first place.

If you want a "seen it a million times" film, check it out.


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