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On her first trip for bullets, Violet gets a call from someone with directions to the "closed" hardware store. As a paranoid professional assassin, she does not wonder who it is or how the person knows what she is looking for, how they know exactly where she is and what she is doing at that exact moment. 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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Under the main title "Violet & Daisy", it says in small letters: "In Hi-Fi, Color & Spectacular 2-D" See more »
Violet & Daisy is about 2 teen girls assassins who take on one last job in order to buy some dresses they really want. This is the first movie I watched from writer/director Geoffrey Fletcher, reviewing his profile he didn't do much else beside this movie and you can kinda tell.
The movie is somewhat disjointed and the script feels like it's been written by a 12 year old girl. Strangely enough the somewhat childish dialogue and behaviour of the characters combined with the well-done action/violence kinda works for this movie and I was quite sucked in. The 2 teenage assassins played by Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan are well cast and perfectly fill the role of naive assassins.
I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone expecting an action flick or a deep/moral story. If you're just looking for an easy to watch movie with some good-looking young woman you'll probably like it 7/10
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