Starring Ashton Kutcher, Katherine Heigl, Tom Selleck, and Catherine O'Hara
Directed by Robert Luketic
Good Lord...Movies this awful don't come along too often.
Seeing as how I'm not a fan of either of the two leading actors in Killers, I'm not quite sure why I rented it, but I did and I forced myself to sit through the dreck.
Honestly, it's not even really worth talking about. The characters are poorly developed, the script is paint-by-numbers bland, and the the direction is tv Movie of the Week style. The whole thing is a mess. The only thing saving this from a complete and epic failure is that I was moderately entertained by Tom Selleck and Catherine O'Hara as Katherine Heigl's parents. That said, even they were saddled with a ridiculously bad subplot by the film's end.
I mean, let's face it. Look at the poster to the left...is there anyone who actually thinks that the movie could be good based on that? You've got Heigl going "This is a gun...I'm a woman...How do you work this darn thing? Teeheehee...giggle giggle.
" And then you've got Kutcher going, "Who is this prissy chick? Why am I saddled with her? Why am I even in movies? Doesn't anyone know I can't act?"
Avoid at all costs.
The RyMickey Rating: D-