Geoffrey S. Fletcher States that Pulp Fiction, Superbad, and Thelma & Louise were his inspirations for the film (the title itself is a reference to Thelma & Louise). See more »
When the girls shoot their guns with their eyes closed, Violet's gun also empties with the slide back, but in the next shot she fires once more, and then again the gun has the slide in the empty position. See more »
[seeing cancelled posters]
What are we going to do now?
I'll think of something.
[cut to them carrying pizzas boxes in Nun outfits]
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There is a mid-credits scene that depicts a group of young girls performing "surgery" on dolls and stuffed animals in a doll hospital. See more »
Geoffrey S. Fletcher's oddball "Violet & Daisy" casts Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan as a pair of assassins whose major target (James Gandolfini) proves to be a quandary. What makes the movie really interesting is the contrast between the title characters: Violet is the tough one, while Daisy is the impressionable one. But Gandolfini's Michael is another story.
This is not any sort of great movie. More than anything it's a quirky movie. I liked the side stories, such as what happens when the title characters go out to buy bullets. But the movie's main purpose is to show the evolution of the title characters' relationship with their target. It's an OK movie. Also starring Danny Trejo and Marianne Jean-Baptiste (of "Secrets & Lies").
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