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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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> A hitman with the ‘killing is wrong’ attitude.
Something is not right for ‘Mr, Right’. It is not an event based action-comedy or something like man meets woman romance-comedy, but very random presentation. Where it begins and where it ends, you can’t clearly say it is a well written script. The actings were decent, but the scenes aren’t overwhelmingly impressive as it should be. Directed by ‘Neon Flesh’ famed filmmaker, after that film his other projects weren’t up to the standards including this one.
It is written by the one who was behind the ‘American Ultra’. There’s a strikingly similar between these two and you won’t deny if you had seen them. Especially Anna Kendrick’s character to what the Jesse Eisenberg was in that film. If we go deep, Sam Rockwell as well might fall into the same category to what Kristen Stewart was. At some point, one of the film characters mentions the same secret project. So I think it is the same universe and a spin-off.
Sam-Kendrick combo was the highlight of the film. I hope they would do some serious subject together in the near future. The action sequences were good, other than that it’s not funny at all or romantic. That means I did not enjoy it because the theme did not work for me which I felt very common these days. So it failed because of the lack of innovation and proper development, but the overall film was not bad if entertainment is the main agenda. I know there are audience for it and they will back it. I won’t stand between you and your watch if you want to try it, I just say be careful, that’s all.
Hilarious, romantic, & action packed
Much better movie than I expected. It was very funny with lots of action, and some romance thrown in for the lady in your life! If you are looking for a good movie for date night, or just love action and comedy, this is the movie for you. Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick were perfect choices for this movie. I can not see anyone else pulling these crazy characters off as well as these two have done. I gave this movie a 7 because it had some bad language and I noticed the revolvers being used in the movie were obviously empty. Had it not been for these two factors, I would have given the movie a higher rating. Still a fun movie to watch, and I definitely recommend watching this movie.
Right Stars, Wrong Director, Bizarre Script
For Pitch Perfect’s fans who think the infinitely cute Anna Kendrick could do no wrong, well, there’s a first time for everything. Here’s a film that feels like a Monday morning at work: a film with the right stars who are fully game for the lunacy promised by its strange and risky “look-at-me-I’m-so-smart” script, but is betrayed by poor, tone-deaf direction.
I will admit, I am not particularly fond of the romantic comedy genre, although there have been occasional stand- outs. This one is woeful because the script tries its darndest to make the bizarre material work, which involves clueless young lady Martha (Kendrick) falling head- over-heels with charming ‘nice’ guy (Sam Rockwell, Moon) who is actually a deranged assassin offing his contractors. Kendrick and Rockwell are very likable here, showing great chemistry between snapping some truly funny puns and dodging bullets.
But oh, how the filmmakers have let them down. A half-witty, half-annoying and fully self-aware script by Max Landis (Chronicle and son of Blues Brothers’ John Landis) would make for a decent watch if handled by a director who understood the transition of tones – Kick-Ass’ and Kingsman’s Matthew Vaughn comes into mind. Not so for misguided director Paco Cabezas (the poor Nicolas Cage thriller Rage), who shifts from breezy rom-com satire to brutally violent action thriller with jarring violence worthy of a Jason Statham vehicle. It is about as awkward and subtle as a brick to the face and it threw me off the film completely.
2010’s Wild Target did this similar material better.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Genre Action, Comedy, Romance
Director Paco Cabezas
Writer Max Landis
Actors Sam Rockwell, Anna Kendrick, Tim Roth, James Ransone
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)