Teresa Palmer starred in Love and Honor (2013) with Liam Hemsworth. In this movie, she is starring alongside Luke Hemsworth, who is Liam and Chris Hemsworth's older brother. See more »
When the car with Alice is pushed over the edge, Alice wakes up when trees whip the sides of the car and she gets out. Later when Bruce looks over the edge at the car crashed and on fire, there are no trees on the hillside. See more »
Fuck Me! I can't believe I'm going to die in this place. But, as far as headstones go, a man could do a lot worse. I'm Charlie Wolfe, and as I lie here waiting for death's cold embrace, I find myself asking the question, how the fuck did it come to this? I don't die, I thrive.
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This is a alright rental, it's not a really good rental but it's decent enough. It's not as terrible as some critics claim it to be. Sure it's not all that original for that twist and turn and every connects near the end type of movie. But it's decent enough for it to make it worth a watch. Despite me hating all of the characters in this movie. So the plot is about a hit-man named Charlie Wolfe played by Simon Pegg getting entangled or intentionally gets into a mess. Simon Pegg's role in this is basically tailing other characters, spying on them then snarling and chuckling in a creepy awkward manner every time he sees something bizarre. The director of this movie seems to have been really inspired by Pulp Fiction, but the whole thing just doesn't mesh together all that well. And the characters and dialogues is more annoying than interesting. But it was a watchable flick and despite it not having a immensely immersive story it was a okay effort. Lastly I thought it was cool how Sullivan Stapleton could play such a badass in "300: Rise of an Empire" and such a weak cowardly loser in this. Simon Pegg playing the lead role as a hit-man and Sullivan Stapleton playing the somewhat villain I thought this would be a good movie, but it's decent at best.
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