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Bounty Killer (2013)

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Bounty killers compete for body count, fame and a fat stack of cash. They're ending the plague of corporate greed and providing the survivors of the apocalypse with retribution. This is the age of the BOUNTY KILLER.

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Catherine
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Jack LeMans
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Jimbo
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Van Sterling
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Lucille
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Mocha Sujata
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Daft Willy
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Stewardess (as Alexa Vega)
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It's been 20 years since the corporations took over the world's governments. Their thirst for power and profits led to the corporate wars, a fierce global battle that laid waste to society as we know it. Born from the ash, the Council of Nine rose as a new law and order for this dark age. To avenge the corporations' reckless destruction, the Council issues death warrants for all white collar criminals. Their hunter's - the BOUNTY KILLER. From amateur savage to graceful assassin, the BOUNTY KILLER'S now compete for body count, fame and a fat stack of cash. They're ending the plague of corporate greed by exterminating the self serving CEO and providing the survivors of the apocalypse with retribution. These are the new heroes. This is the age of the BOUNTY KILLER. Written by PR

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Rated R for strong bloody violence, language and some sexuality/nudity. | See all certifications »

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6 September 2013 (USA)  »

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Assassinos: Ao Serviço da Lei  »

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WILHELM SCREAM: Close to the end of the desert road fight between Drifter and the Gipsies at around 45:00. See more »

Goofs

Right before the fight at Mary's car, she is under the rear of the car, but a shot from under the car shows her hand on the front suspension. See more »

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Drifter: [first lines]
Drifter: It's been a while. You look good.
Mary Death: How'd you track these guys any way?
Drifter: I have my ways.
Mary Death: You gonna tell me who your snitch is?
Drifter: Nice try. Look I only want Trevor. You can have the rest.
Mary Death: Where's your gun caddy?
Drifter: Killed by gypsies in the waste lands.
Mary Death: Gypsies...
Drifter: You *do* look good.
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Outtakes are shown during the end credits. See more »

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Remake of Bounty Killer (2011) See more »

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The Kill
Performed by Sara Bareilles
Written by Sujata Day and Will Collyer
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More akin to Barb Wire, Tank Girl and Bitch Slap than Mad Max.
28 August 2015 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

In the not too distant future, greedy corporate types have caused the collapse of civilisation; as retribution for their crimes against humanity, they are hunted by bounty killers, the most famous of which are Drifter (Matthew Marsden) and his sexy sidekick Mary Death (Christian Pitre). But when Mary discovers that Drifter is a wanted criminal, he and his eager gun caddie Jack (Barak Hardley) find themselves pursued into the badlands, where a cannibalistic tribe of gypsies is just one of the dangers awaiting them.

Bounty Killer is a calculated attempt at achieving cult status—every element designed to appeal to fans of exploitation and B-movie madness—which is one of the reasons why I found it so irritating: I believe that cult-dom should come naturally to a film. What makes matters even worse than its thoroughly contrived nature is that, despite all of the film-makers' best efforts, it frequently misses the mark: the comic-book style story is weak, the characters are inane, the humour uneven, the action poorly executed (the lame Road Warrior-inspired chase scene drives home just how brilliant George Miller's film is even after 30+ years), and the satire uninspired (corporate types are the villains—how droll).

About the only thing that the film gets right is the graphic violence, which is frequent and very gory (and achieved mostly using practical effects), with splattery bullet hits, heads cleaved in half, guts spilt, and limbs hacked off.


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