Small Town Killers
Directed by Ole Bornedal
When hapless and horny husbands Ib and Ed grow bored with their humdrum lives, they make a rash decision to hire a hitman to kill their wives. Enter Igor, a Russian contract killer who prefers taking shots to doling them out. Quickly regretting their dumb decision, Ib and Ed try to call Igor off, but he won’t be dissuaded. Things get even worse when their wives learn of the plot and hire their own assassin. Enter Miss Nippleworthy, a British mum with a penchant for poison. Ole Bornedal’s (NIGHTWATCH) hilariously dark comedy is definitely not for the pro-PC crowd. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.
In this Danish black comedy, two friends foolishly decide to hire a hitman to kill their wives.
Cast: Ulrich Thomsen, Nicolas Bro, Lene Maria Christensen, Mia Lyhne
Hilarious dark comedy.
Entertaining, enough funny parts to keep you interested. Igor was the best part of the movie...would love to hang out with him if I knew for sure he wouldn't kill me
Yikes! Every joke is an old one: "Racist joke, disability joke, wives and husbands don't have enough sex! Whuuuuut??" The characters are likeable/hateable enough, and the actors do a good job with them, but there are few good, chilly moments--and they ultimately build to nothing (Autumn Leaves moment was cool). Me-di-ocre !!
A fantastic black comedy. I'll never look at "Autumn Leaves" the same way again. Lol
This was pretty clever and had a number of moments that had me snort with laughter. It's not uproarious but it's smart and unfolds well. The ending was cutesy but not in an overly saccharine way.