• Wayne Simon

    ★★½ Added by Wayne Simon

    Silly, but still a decent amount of fun along the way. Rather like Chef, the other wholly unremarkable movie I watched today.

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  • Conor Head-McCarthy

    ★★★★ Added by Conor Head-McCarthy

    Funny, Exciting and Smart. Overall a fantastic movie.

    Also, Rupert Grint, who doesn't love Rupert Grint?

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  • John

    ★★★½ Watched by John 05 Jun, 2014

    Utterly stupid but it was fun. There's moments that completely beggar belief but they're funny so whatevs. Bill Nighy and Emily Blunt are too damn likable.

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  • Charlie Derry

    ★★½ Watched by Charlie Derry 30 May, 2014

    Crime comedies rarely work unless they involve Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Like many others in its genre, Wild Target has poor action and poor comedy. The only thing I enjoyed about this film was Bill Nighy questioning his sexuality.

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  • Luke Grima

    ★★ Watched by Luke Grima 02 Jun, 2014

    Forgettable breezy fluff. Emily Blunt though.

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  • Liva

    ★★ Watched by Liva 01 May, 2014 1

    Given the talent involved, it should be a lot more amusing than it is.

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  • Sam Donchess

    ★½ Watched by Sam Donchess 11 Apr, 2014

    Nothing in this movie makes any sense. The only real saving grace is Bill Nighy (I've never seen him do a bad job with what he's given) and Martin Freeman's robotic performance. It's unreal.

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  • jasoncinema

    ★★★½ Watched by jasoncinema 09 Apr, 2014

    A fun, frolicking romp about a hit man, his client, & a young man caught in the thick of it. Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt (enchanting as always), & Rupert Grint provide winning comic performances, ably helped by great British director Jonathan Lynn (the wonderful "Nuns On The Run", "My Cousin Vinny", "Greedy"). A fun little flick.

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  • Bob Hovey

    ★★★½ Watched by Bob Hovey 21 Feb, 2012

    Here's a fun film... "The Lives of Others" meets "Bringing Up Baby." Bill Nighy (rapidly becoming one of my favorite character actors) plays a hit man on the verge of retirement after years (perhaps decades) as the very best in the business. His last target: A lunatic con artist (Emily Blunt from The Adjustment Bureau and Young Victoria) who sold a fake painting to the wrong person and got caught. From about ten minutes in, these characters reminded me so…

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  • Shawna Howson

    ★★½ Watched by Shawna Howson 21 Jan, 2014

    5/10

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  • Chris Turner

    ★★★½ Watched by Chris Turner 19 Jan, 2014

    Funny, light comedy that really shouldn't be taken seriously. The cast are all up for a laugh, and if you are too, this is a great film to have on and relax. Predicatable, yes, character development, not really, but fun, definitely.

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  • HD_Goofnut

    ★★★½ Added by HD_Goofnut

    Victor Maynard is 54 years old, a career hitman, keeps furniture encased in plastic wraps, and is the main character in this funny British film known as Wild Target. After a rather successful career Victor is given a new assignment to assassinate a woman who has recently swindled 900,000 pounds from an art collector with a fake Rembrandt portrait. He soon discovers that the woman, named Rose, is just an average person who hasn't even hurt anyone. Victor then decides…

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