Kill Me Again Reviews

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½ August 4, 2007
Solid little detective film with some strong moments. Could have been better with regards to pacing and twists. Val Kilmer is not at his best but he is still good. So its no True Romance but a good crime drama.
½ July 19, 2007
Wasn't all that impressed, even though it had a pretty cool cast., which included Michael Madsen. Too bad he couldn't have brought some of his Mr. Blonde fire to this weak film.
½ April 18, 2015
Madsen steals the movie in this rather pedestrian thriller.
½ November 23, 2011
Jack Andrews is a man down on his luck. Recently widowed and drowning in gambling debts, Jack wants nothing to do with life other than to float by and eventually be buried in the plot beside his deceased wife. That is until Fay Forrester turns up. This young damsel in distress asks Jack to stage her murder in the hopes of getting away from her violent criminal of a boyfriend, Vince. Little does Jack know how close he might come to getting his ultimate wish.

Not an altogether boring film, "Kill Me Again" was a good way to pass the time. It was a very typical noir film, with a very typical pseudo-romance, and an even more typical twist. Kilmer shone quite brightly in this film, despite acting alongside fan-favourite Michael Madsen and Kilmer's stunning wife-at-the-time, Joanne Whalley. The subtle and reactive performance given by Kilmer was a breath of life into a character who might otherwise have been lost in the sea of dead-boring characters. Kilmer's talent seems wasted on smaller projects such as this. However, t'was good to see Kilmer and Jon Gries pair up again. Lazlo Hollyfeld and Chris Knight together again!
January 20, 2007
Suspenseful story, the acting was a bit cold and unfeeling but it held my interest. Las Vegas settings a plus, very good score. I am surprised the chemistry between the two main stars was not particularly evident, considering they were married at the time.
March 11, 2004
I liked this movie and I just love the ending.
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