Kill Me Three Times


Action / Comedy / Crime / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 9%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 33%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 16745


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Teresa Palmer as Lucy Webb
Sullivan Stapleton as Nathan Webb
Simon Pegg as Charlie Wolfe
Luke Hemsworth as Dylan Smith
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700.68 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mohamed Fouda 6 / 10

Don't Miss This One

I recommend this one to movie lovers for its clever plot. I have never seen such a clever plot that keeps twisting throughout the whole movie. To be honest, I wasn't expecting much out of this movie, given the British accent. Don't get me wrong! It's just that I'm not familiar with the British movies as I am with American movies. I just don't get the British way of rending movies. I salute the writer for this clever plot. It's really gripping. At the beginning, I didn't really get what was going on, but later I realized that something smart was being done on the screen. Some real entertainment. Don't miss out on this one.

Reviewed by Prismark10 5 / 10

Not blood simple

Kill Me Three Times is a blackly comic crime thriller set in Australia.

In the small coastal community Alice Taylor (Alice Braga) is suspicious of her abusive husband Jack Taylor (Callan Mulvey.) Jack has good reason for his suspicions as she is having an affair with mechanic Dylan Smith (Luke Hemsworth) and she also plans to steal from her husband and run away with Dylan.

Jack hires hit-man Charlie Wolfe (Simon Pegg) to follow her and then take her out. Nathan Webb (Sullivan Stapleton) is a dentist, his wife Lucy (Teresa Palmer) is his receptionist and she is also Jack' sister.

They have schemed to kill Alice, switch dental records with Lucy and collect from her life insurance as Nathan has gambling debts and is being shaken down by a corrupt cop.

Charlie observes Alice being killed and surviving, it has the Tarantino type jumbled up narrative as well as heavy dose of violence but lacks the dark humour of the Coen brothers. As you watch the film more subplots are revealed as there is more backstabbing than a Roman senate meeting.

Brazilian actress Braga shines, Pegg plays against type as a nasty hit-man who seems to bounce back more times than the Terminator. The film is derivative but improves as it goes along helped by its Australian setting.

Reviewed by mistoppi 7 / 10

Entertaining, but not thrilling enough

Kill Me Three Times is off to a great start even during the opening credits. The music is catchy, the credits look amazing, and they don't take too long. And after the opening credits, the first lines are intriguing. All this ensures the viewer will stay to see what happens.

The theme song of the movie that already catches your attention in the opening credits is used throughout the movie. This is also taking a huge risk, because you could overuse that too much. However, in this case, that track is simple enough to use several times. It's exciting and perfect for an action comedy. Reminds me of the theme of Men In Black.

The story is funny (though the humour is dark), and it's just complex enough.Most of the complexity comes from non-chronological narrative. That's always risky, but when done right, it works, just like in this movie. The plot isn't just straight-forward and "as is", but James McFarland clearly did not try too hard to write some kind of artistic, complicated action thriller. The amount of complexity is just right when it comes to action comedy. You can be clever in other ways when writing a movie like this, mostly by plot twists that the audience cannot see miles away. Kill Me Three Times succeeds in that.

However when it comes to the plot twists it feels like maybe this movie won't be as great when you see it the second time. It feels like while the movie is very charming and somewhat unique and funny, it's not as clever as you'd like, or as thrilling. But can I be sure before I actually rewatch it?

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