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Hit List (2011)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 2012 (USA)
Charlotte is a woman with anger management issues whose therapist suggests she write a journal to keep her emotions in check. Unlucky in love, she ventures online to find a boyfriend. Just ... See full summary »

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Chad
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Charlotte is a woman with anger management issues whose therapist suggests she write a journal to keep her emotions in check. Unlucky in love, she ventures online to find a boyfriend. Just as she reaches her limit of unsuccessful dates, Charlotte meets her soul mate Lyle. Everything is perfect until Lyle finds Charlottes journal and sets out to prove just how deeply he loves her. Written by Christine Vaughn

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Love's a Killer

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, language and some violence

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29 September 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I acquired this movie by accident but I thought a review was in order seeing as I doubt anyone else will bother. The plot is fairly straightforward with some comedic elements borrowed from some of the greats: Bruce Willis and Jack Nicholson come to mind, as hit man and dog hater respectively, and to its credit I did laugh at some of the gags, but don't expect too much. This is a lightweight movie with only one familiar face, John Savage, and to be honest he added nothing, indeed I think it would have been a marginally better movie without him. The rest of the acting is tongue in cheek, unserious, but reasonably consistent in depicting a world inhabited by oddballs. There is little to recommend it, but if you have nothing better to do on a rainy afternoon . . . ? To its credit I only began to get bored near the end, and then the plot twisted to resolve itself and it finished. About 5/10 but judge for yourself?


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