Watch: Mr. Right 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – After going through a painful break-up, a woman meets a man who appears to be perfect for her. However, as their relationship develops, she learns that he is a former hit-man. Their new, but genuine, relationship is tested even further as they try to save each other, from his dark past which has come back to haunt him..
Plot: A girl falls for the “perfect” guy, who happens to have a very fatal flaw: he’s a hitman on the run from the crime cartels who employ him.
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“Mr. Right” isn’t much more than a half-baked hitman romantic comedy. We’ve seen the concept before (think “True Romance” meets “Grosse Point Blank“), but the idea has never been as messy, sloppy and as ill conceived as it is here.
Unlucky in love Martha (Anna Kendrick) has her world turned upside down when she meets and falls for gun for hire Francis (Sam Rockwell). Their love story blossoms over killings, knives and gun battles. The script, written by Max Landis of “American Ultra” fame, is just too flimsy to work. I expected more from the writer.
Tim Roth and RZA turn in enjoyable supporting performances, but the two leads lend the most starpower. The film features the onscreen pairing of my dreams with Kendrick and Rockwell. The two have an undeniable chemistry, but both actors are completely wasted with this mess. I really, really hope to see them work together in the future in a good movie — they both deserve a far better vehicle than this.
“Mr. Right” is a fun idea that’s poorly executed.
In “Mr. Right,” Martha (Anna Kendrick) has recently broken up with her boyfriend after she discovers him cheating on her. A chance encounter in a convenience store leads her to start dating an unnamed hitman (Sam Rockwell).
If those two names — Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick — are all you need to hear to decide you want to see this movie, read no further. If you want to see the two of them play off of one another, this will be a meal that is mostly satisfying for you, but leaves you just a little bit hungry for something with more substance. There are probably vehicles that would have worked better for the two of them, but basically, it’s enjoyable enough as a choice for a movie night at home.
The highlights: Sam Rockwell’s dancing and dry delivery and the way that Anna Kendrick’s millennial-angsty, world-weary-but-optimistic character plays off of him. Tim Roth’s nameless soldier-of-fortune with inscrutable motivations. The rent-a-thug Steve (The RZA), who is nothing if not pragmatic. The lowlights: a terrible script that tries too hard to shoehorn a hardcore action plot into a film that works well enough without it. It’s readily apparent why this movie didn’t get a wider theatrical release.
I enjoyed seeing it, but ask me a month from now and I’ll barely remember it.
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Great watch, will watch again, and do recommend.
This has a very special recipe of madness to it, I honestly don’t know how to tell you how this movie FEELS. Sam Rockwell has a very particular style of acting to begin with, and telling him to turn it up to eleven turns out amazingly. Anna Kendrick, better know for “I’m a teen girl” acting than intense action roles keeps every pace with Rockwell in both action and madness.
While we get whiplash from how likeable Kendrick’s character is before Rockwell comes in, the fun of the movie quickly takes off in both action and writing. As “Mr. Right” carries chaos in his wake, it starts to develop multi-threading between the two characters, and while Rockwell is the main focus for majority of the movie, I think it is equal part leads between the two.
There is some funny business in the 3rd act as they do some things that would normally be 1st act establishing events, but one becomes a mini-arc of the 3rd act, and the other just isn’t explained at all, unless I misunderstood.
The only other movie that is even close to this is “Wanted”, and that’s pretty superficial, the higher philosophical points aren’t presented in the same manner at all, the movies “feel” completely differently, but they both focus on the morality of killing and high reflexes.
Definitely give this one a go if you like action movies, it’s a lot of fun.
Funny movie, not to be taken too seriously
This is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a while. At first I was kinda grossed out because the lead man is way older than the lead woman, but it kind of fits the relationship as it progresses. All the actors are great picks and do a really good job, especially Anna Kendrick, Sam Rockwell and Tim Roth. Both lead characters are obviously kind of crazy and it’s fine, and it works well! I really enjoyed this movie.
An unique spark and charm!
First of all, the soundtrack was good. Especially Norman Greenbaum’s Spirit In The Sky suited the first gun fight scene excellently, and if by then you had no idea what kind of action movie Mr. Right is, that scene tells it to you straight.
Anna Kendrick is amazing as Martha, a girl so quirky you don’t know if she’s just weird or if there’s actually something even more weird going on his head. Also the way Martha shook off “Mr. Right”‘s comments on killing people made me wonder several times if she thinks he is joking, or if she just doesn’t care too much, because he is so perfect for her. Sam Rockwell is an interesting choice for “Mr. Right”. When Martha first meets him, he comes off pretty creepy, and while Rockwell is still very charming, he still seems dangerous. Even the viewer is suspicious of whether or not to trust him, mostly because we have already seen what he does, but he just seems so nice, but it’s masking how creepy he is, but that is kind of destroying how sweet and charming he is, and so on. Right then and there it’s a vicious cycle, but of course when we learn more, we trust more.
The romantic side of the film is interesting. The romance between “Mr. Right” and Martha is cute, but you feel like it shouldn’t be. He seems older and kind of creepy, Martha just broke up with someone and also doesn’t realise how her new, uh, boyfriend is actually a killer. But their chemistry just is astonishing. Of course there are a lot of problems in their relationship if you start analysing it, but they just seem like the perfect, cute, quirky couple.
The action side of the film is very excellent. The scenes are fun to follow, and “Mr. Right”‘s skills make them even more interesting.
The character “Mr: Right” is probably meant to seem quite mysterious in the beginning, because nothing is said about him or the origin of his skills immediately. But for some reason that mystery doesn’t seem that interesting than other plot-lines in the story. I was more interested to see the action scenes, Hopper’s hunt for “Mr. Right”, the development of the romance and I wanted to see Martha become a proper action girl. When the information about who “Mr. Right” actually is, it’s just like “Okay sure”. It doesn’t seem like an important detail.
If I’d have to compare Mr. Right with another movie, it would probably be Seven Psychopaths. The reasons for that are Sam Rockwell in both movies, the humour, and just something about the plot, probably how there are several different plans and goals we are following all of them.
Mr. Right is a fun action movie. The plot seems original enough, and the film is interesting to follow. It has a certain spark and a charm. What more do you need?
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Genre Action, Comedy, Romance
Director Paco Cabezas
Writer Max Landis
Actors Anna Kendrick, Sam Rockwell, Tim Roth
Country United States
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company Circle of Confusion, 3311 Productions, Amasia Entertainment
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1 (one scene), 2.35 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa, Canon 7D, Red Epic
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format Digital (Digital Cinema Package DCP)