Longing to get out of the assassination business, a hit man decides not to follow through with his latest assignment to kill a pretty art thief. And soon he finds himself drawn to her, his intended victim.
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Las Vegas Weekly
December 02, 2010 When the various elements all fizzle, all we're left with is some likable actors trying their best to save a fading film.Read in Source
November 18, 2010 The film has to fly by its wits -- and its witty lines -- and by the charm of its stars. This it does, just barely.Read in Source
New York Post
October 29, 2010 An eccentric little comic thriller filled with enough laughs that I was mostly willing to overlook the fact that it makes virtually no sense as a thriller.Read in Source
October 29, 2010 There have been a lot of black comedies about assassins lately -- there have been a few just this year -- but Wild Target may be the first one to contain genuine laughs.Read in Source
December 25, 2010 "Wild Target" bears all the hallmarks of [director Jonathan] Lynn's best films, despite being, even at a tidy 90 minutes, a bit too long.Read in Source
November 12, 2010 It's never a good idea to cast Bill Nighy as a buttoned-down hit man.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
November 14, 2016 A few tart, amusing lines echo the fabled Kind Hearts and Coronets, yet this British movie based on a French farce falls into morbid silliness.Read in Source
Christian Science Monitor
November 01, 2010 Practically a text book in how ugly things can get when you don't have the right, light touch for this sort of thing.Read in Source
December 10, 2010 Wild Target is the sort of madcap comedy that breaks a sweat trying to generate a steady stream of laughs, but ... the film only works in fits and starts.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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