Triggermen (2002)

Triggermen (2002)

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John Bradshaw's crime comedy Triggermen begins when a pair of professional killers (Michael Rapaport and Donnie Wahlberg) are hired to execute one of the major figures in organized crime (Pete Postlethwaite). Soon the pair are mistaken with a pair of British conmen (Neil Morrissey and Adrian Dunbar). When the money they were promised for completing the task turns up missing, the duo has a remarkably difficult time tracking it down.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Drama
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Studio:
Millennium Media Services

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Cast

Pete Postlethwaite
as Ben Cutler
Neil Morrissey
as Pete Maynard
Donnie Wahlberg
as Terry Malloy
Adrian Dunbar
as Andy Jarrett
Michael Rapaport
as Tommy O'Brian
Claire Forlani
as Emma Cutler
Amanda Plummer
as Penny Archer
Saul Rubinek
as Jazzer
James Collins
as Johnny
Tony Johnston
as Hobo No. 2
Louis Di Bianco
as Franco D'Amico
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Audience Reviews for Triggermen

its been a while since ive seen this movie, but it was cute but not the best movie in the world. not enough action or enough killing.

Christie Brandt
Christie Brandt
½

Triggermen starts off extremely slow, but seems to pick up steam without the audience noticing. With pretty poor performances all the way around it's kind of a surprise this movie went down as easy as it did. This action comedy didn't provide much in the way of an in depth plot, had zero character building and not to mention it was a bit predictable; yet brought enough cheap comedy bits to keep us entertained. If your a fan of gorgeousity then you will really enjoy Clair Forlani's role, as she looks just stunning as always. I rate this movie 54/100 Review # 40

Ryan Robins
Ryan Robins
½

A bit slow moving, but it's entertaining. The dialogue between the Brits is very funny indeed if you can understand what they're saying. Complications develop and everything gets resolved satisfactorily.

Stewart Rorer
Stewart Rorer

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