Mr. Right


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 40%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 55%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 37398


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Anna Kendrick as Martha McKay
Sam Rockwell as Mr. Right / Francis
Anson Mount as Richard Cartigan
Tim Roth as Hopper / Reynolds
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705.73 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 7 / 38
1.46 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 6 / 36

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by namashi_1 7 / 10

Absurd, But Great Fun!

'Mr. Right' is an absurd Action-Comedy, but its undeniably Great Fun too! Its fast, witty & violent, but it makes for a good watch, thanks to its mostly Crisp Writing & Strong Performances.

'Mr. Right' Synopsis: A girl falls for the "perfect" guy, who happens to have a very fatal flaw: he's a hit-man on the run from the crime cartels who employ him.

'Mr. Right' induces romance, comedy & some pulsing action in those 92-minutes. Max Landis's Screenplay is crisp & moves on a fast-pace, wasting no time in any unwanted subplots or prolonged sequences. Its perpetually absurd & its fun to see its violent protagonists take on love & the bad-guy in the goings-on. Paco Cabezas's Direction is good. Cinematography & Editing are decent. Action-Sequences are sharply executed.

Performance-Wise: Sam Rockwell & Anna Kendrick are in Tremendous form. Rockwell doesn't miss a beat as the hit-man with a soft heart, while Kendrick is a hoot as the heartbroken & yet love-driven young blood. Kendrick steals the show, reassuring her remarkable talent. Tim Roth is effective, as always. RZA is alright. Others lend able support

On the whole, 'Mr. Right' gets it Right. Recommended!

Reviewed by MartinHafer 3 / 10

Sam Rockwell had a well written and interesting character...Anna Kendrick was not so lucky.

He's honest about killing--she thinks he's kidding at times, writing seemed dumb--such as with her laughing some dialog is surreal and funny--hers isn't her powers are dumb

Martha (Anna Kendrick) has just broken up with her boyfriend after catching him cheating on her. Now she's on the rebound and stumbles upon a really neat guy--he's sweet, he's thoughtful and he is adorable. Unfortunately, Francis (Sam Rockwell) is an assassin who's taken to killing his clients. After all, they want someone murdered so he feels no problem in just killing them instead. But what will Martha do when she discovers that Mr. Right is not quite as perfect as she'd hoped?

Sam Rockwell's character is cleverly written and the dialog is nice. Unfortunately, Kendrick's character is pretty stupid, unconvincing and stupid. Yes, I said stupid twice...and her badly written character was simply annoying and awful.

Reviewed by denis888 2 / 10

Hm, What Was That?

People will tell me, Come on, this is just a movie, this is a joke, and take it easy. Well, I can't. This is the movie which steadfastily drills an idea into watchers' minds that being a hitman is fun and can be cute. I cannpt buy this. Nor can I agree with usually great Sam Rockwell, as well as super sute Anna Kendrick or Tim Roth's parts. I felt more like a deep shame or a terrible uneasiness than fun or giddiness. I am sorry, I cannot buy this concept, nor am I more thrilled with endless F-bombs or endless gore, blood and violence. Hey, I could have, had the message of the movie been different. Here, it goes on praising a murderous, bloody and merciless lifestyle. I can't get that. I feel like three great talents are wasted here and the whole movie is a huge unnecessary joke.

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