Kill Me Three Times Bluray Movie Review

129378_front-2Kill Me Three Times

Bluray

Release Date: July 7, 2015

Released By: Magnolia Pictures

Cast: Simon Pegg, Alice Braga, Teresa Palmer, Luke Hemsworth

Run Time: 90 Minutes

Synopsis:

“Kill Me Three Times is a darkly comedic thriller from rising star director Kriv Stenders (Red Dog). Simon Pegg plays the cunning assassin, Charlie Wolfe, who discovers he isn’t the only person trying to kill the temptress (Alice Braga) of a sun-drenched surfing town. Charlie quickly finds himself at the center of three tales of murder, mayhem, blackmail and revenge.”
My Review:

I knew that I was going to like this movie as soon as I saw that Simon Pegg was in it. I haven’t really seen anything that I haven’t enjoyed him yet. The story is basically about an assassin named Charlie Wolfe (Simon Pegg) who is hired to kill a woman named Alice. When he tracks her down, he finds out that he isn’t the only one trying to complete the same mission. Now, one thing that bothered me about this movie is the lack of Simon Pegg. In the trailers he is basically shown as the main character but while watching the first half of the movie, you’ll find out that he is just one character mixed in with a handful of others. Thankfully his role picks up more towards the second half. There are a lot of moving parts within this movie because you’re getting more than just one story line. You’re seeing each persons view of things which can sometimes get a little too much. Luckily, it all ties in well by the end. With those things being said, the movie still works well, and was definitely a fun watch. Simon Peggs witty sense of humor, and fast speaking, always adds to whatever he is in. The fact that he is an assassin and wears all black clothing in an area where the environment is full of bright colors is funny in itself. There are quite a bit of special features in this set which I really enjoyed. I loved watching the Making Of, the Q & A, and the Behind The Scenes Photo Gallery. The Picture Quality of the Bluray is crystal clear, and the Audio Quality is top notch as well. Overall, despite a few flaws here and there, you get a pretty fun action/comedy/thriller which really is a fun watch. I would definitely recommend checking this one out.

Special Features:

Filmmaker Commentaries

Deleted Scene

Making Of Kill Me Three Times

Q & A

Behind The Scenes Photo Gallery

Poster Gallery

Storyboards

Overall Rating:

7 Out Of 10 Stars

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