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A Final Hit (2015)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 10 April 2015 (USA)
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After retiring from being a hit man due to a physical disability, a man returns for one final job to take care of his struggling family.

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RJ Cusyk

Writer:

RJ Cusyk
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Cast

Cast overview:
Michael Lakota Dillon Michael Lakota Dillon ... Mark
Richard Walter Sotelo Richard Walter Sotelo ... Dario Brasso
Ashley Runyan Ashley Runyan ... Veronica Escoto
Greggory Bogëv Lodin ... Ivan Azarov
Gary J. Neuger ... Sergio
Danny Bohnen ... Luke
Hannah Tippit Hannah Tippit ... Carolyn Anderson
Kyle Robins Kyle Robins ... Damien Waterman
Bree Katz Bree Katz ... Connie
Michael Ridley ... Rocko Vivaldi (as Michael Gertsen)
Jason Dobson ... Thug #1
Liam Woodward Liam Woodward ... Thug #2
Richard Stebbins ... Thug #3 (as Studley McAnsom)

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Storyline

After being injured on an assignment, Mark is forced to give up his job as a hit man and live an ordinary life. However, upon discovering an eviction notice, Mark decides to return for one last assignment: Dario "The Butcher" Brasso. What he doesn't know is, Dario has also taken an interest in him. In a race against the clock, one man must finish his final assignment before his assignment finishes him. Written by Decades Apart Productions

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Action | Drama

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Trivia

Several scenes in the film were dubbed because of nearby rivers interfering with clarity of dialogue. See more »

Goofs

During the final confrontation, Dario's sucker changes colors many times. See more »

Quotes

Dario Brasso: Grab him!
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Connections

References Death Wish (1974) See more »

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Like a Freak
Written and Performed by Bad Elastic
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Indie Filmmaking Alive and Well
27 December 2016 | by creepyhomeboysSee all my reviews

I would first off like to state that I really like independent films, it's because kids are forced to think on their feet about how to solve a problem and not just throw money at it like the big studios do.

I saw this movie on a very limited theatrical run in Denver, Colorado. I was not even aware that the movie existed, but the actor who plays the Russian guy was standing outside of the theater trying to get anyone in. I guess they spent all their advertising budget on the film.

I decided to see what all the fuss was about. My ticket was $5, wow, when was the last time I paid $5 to see a movie? I sat down in a basically empty theater and watched as the movie began.

I'll admit, there is dubbing and it is not the best but I noticed a lot of the dubbing takes place in the main character's home, maybe there was a noisy air conditioner or something that they had to dub the lines. The story wasn't anything spectacular, but it was interesting to see it pulled off on such a small budget.

There's a part where a car blew up and it's obviously a toy car that's burning but I found this more charming than a deterrent, it reminded me of a film from the 1980s.

The film does have a lot of problems: the aforementioned dubbing, the third act is really confusing, and some acting is really amateur; an indie film standard.

I got to meet with the director and the actor who played the Russian and they were very cool with answering some of my questions. I actually thought the film was shot on Super 8 or maybe 16mm but the director informed me they shot it on a HDV camera and adjusted it to LOOK like film.

Like I said, it's not the greatest film ever made (that would be Hitchcock's Psycho) but it's a low-budget indie film that really wants to be at home with silly B-movies and I feel it really succeeds in that aspect.


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10 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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Aurora, Colorado, USA See more »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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