Directed by Martin Owen.
Starring Rhyon Nicole Brown, MyAnna Buring, Michael Socha, Elizabeth Morris, Tommy Flanagan, Elliot James Langridge, Tim McInnerny, Sam Hazeldine, Gary Oldman, Jessica Alba and Suki Waterhouse.
A group of assassins gather for an impromptu meeting of their support group for killers, following an attempted hit on a high-profile Us senator.
The one thing that Killers Anonymous immediately has in its favour is the best ever use of an “Academy Award Winner” credit on its poster. If there’s an obvious benefit to Gary Oldman’s Oscar win for playing Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, it’s the veneer of class it adds to the marketing for the array of pile-em-high-sell-em-cheap shlock actioners Oldman still insists on making. Killer Anonymous isn’t the worst of these films, but it’s also one that completely falls apart when it is asked to explain what on Earth is going on.