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Please Kill Mr. Know It All (2012)

An anonymous advice columnist finds herself caught in an unlikely romance with the man who has been hired to kill her alter ego.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Sally
... Albert
... Patti
... Bud
... Mob Boss
... Talk Show Host
Tom Wilson ... Celebrity
... Henchman #1
... Henchman #2
... One Legged Man
Haley Shannon ... Stella
... Manly Man #1
Derwin Phillips ... Manly Man #2
... Lone Gunman
Jessica Booker ... Albert's Mom


An anonymous advice columnist finds herself caught in an unlikely romance with the man who has been hired to kill her alter ego.

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f rated | assassin | hitman | dog | murder | See All (7) »


He Lies, He Kills, but other than that, He's Perfect


Comedy | Crime | Romance


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Release Date:

14 April 2013 (USA)  »

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$2,200,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


To celebrate 6 weeks of hard work, the executives purchased a large cake for the crew on the last day of photography. The cake was being stored in the production office, which, unbeknownst to special effects supervisor Jamie Sled, was equipped with a video surveillance security system. When co-director Colin Carter went to retrieve the cake at the end of the day, all that he found in its place was a sheet of paper colored in with crayons to crudely resemble the original cake. Upon reviewing the security footage from earlier that day, Sled was clearly visible on camera committing the swap. Despite extensive effort by the production to locate and prosecute Jamie Sled, he has never been seen since and it is assumed that he fled the country. Due to the underlying circumstances it is now assumed that Sled was also a ringleader in the notorious 'cookie bandit' case. See more »


The positioning of the pillows changes on Sally's bed when Patti is helping her get ready for her date with Albert. See more »


Henchman #2: Juice Me.
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References A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) See more »


Time To Go
Written and Performed by Douglas John Cameron
Under license from Zeptunes
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Hilarious situational comedy about a hit-man and a columnist.
28 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Sally writes a column about life she's never actually experienced. Albert doesn't believe in life and specializes in ending it. It's sappy and it's a feel good comedy despite the dark premise on which it's built. Just expect to laugh, there are no revelations about the nature of life, no thrilling car chases with ninja flips. Just an absurd plot that you cannot help but laugh at as it twists and turns and leaves you the better for having watched it.

I cannot get more specific without including spoilers and have to fill some extra lines so here is some extra lines to make the review machine happy. Review by Draciiron.

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