Raph and Max only kill bad guys, and only after their boss Sam, a high-powered attorney, has cashed a nice paycheck for getting her sleazy clients off the hook. When Sam sends our heroes on...
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A story about the illusion of being someone else, about acting but also putting up an act, the masks we sometime wear in front of others - and about the rare moments when the masks fall off, leaving space for honesty and true feelings.
Raph and Max only kill bad guys, and only after their boss Sam, a high-powered attorney, has cashed a nice paycheck for getting her sleazy clients off the hook. When Sam sends our heroes on a routine hit, they find themselves caught up in a conspiracy they never imagined. But whatever trouble they've gotten themselves into is nothing compared to the wrath of Raph's wife if he doesn't make it home in time for his son's birthday party. Being a good hit man is tough; being a good dad is killer!Written by
This movie had a great sense of humor and was very well done. It's nice to see a horror movie that can provide some good laughs. I had much the same feeling when I saw Sean of the Dead and From Dusk to Dawn. The movie is well paced, and at the screening I attended, the audience had a great time. The editing was crisp, and the cinematography and color grading was quite engaging. Brian Cunningham and Matt Niehoff wore many hats in this production, and I think they did a great job covering a lot of bases. Many times things suffer when resources are stretched too thin, but it was obvious that a lot of time, effort, and attention to detail was expended to make sure that this was not the case in this instance. The music was also well done, and really added to the dynamic of the film. While my guess is there wasn't a very large budget for the film, I think it holds it's own with many other movies in this genre that cost a lot more to produce. I think these guys are going to be people to keep your eyes on. They definitely show a passion and talent for movie making.
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