The Whole Nine Yards
In the heart of suburbia, a hit man with heart has just moved in.
A mobster named Jimmy the Tulip agrees to cooperate with an FBI investigation in order to stay out of prison; he's relocated by the authorities to a life of suburban anonymity as part of a witness protection program. It's not long before a couple of his new neighbors figure out his true identity and come knocking to see if he'd be up for one more hit, suburban style.
"It's not important how many people I've killed. What's important is how I get along with the people who are still alive."
I wasn't really sure what to expect from this. It was quite funny and has a good premise for a story. I enjoyed Willis, as usual.
Ahh, 2000. When Matthew Perry was still relevant and Bruce Willis had hair. A good year indeed.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Not nearly as clever as it thinks it is. Would have benefited from a harder edge.
Fun little gangster/hit man movie. A little over the top at times, but still a fun watch.
I watched this knowing it was going to be absolute crap. On that score it surprised me. It managed to get progressively worse (though I'm still not sure how that was possible).
Mathew Perry was adorable and his physical comedy was exactly what I was looking for. Lighthearted, comedic goodness that I could watch to take my mind off of things.
Everything else was worse than I expected, and I expected the worst.
Rosanna Arquette was, hands down, the absolute hardest thing to even watch. I've never liked her (with a single exception) and this movie proves that I never will. Most embarrassing fake French accent EVER.
A full star for Mathew Perry. Everything else was just... sad.
I love Matthew Perry and Bruce Willis.
A bit of an embarrassing mess for most people involved, especially Amanda Peet and Rosanna Arquette, but Matthew Perry's physical comedy skills are near perfect. Perfectly enjoyable and slightly amusing caper.