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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.
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as Ben Cutler
as Pete Maynard
as Terry Malloy
as Andy Jarrett
as Tommy O'Brian
as Emma Cutler
as Penny Archer
as Hobo No. 2
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Audience Reviews for Triggermen
Was very boring for the most part, didn't have very many redeeming qualities.
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.
Two bumbling Limey cons, Pete and Andy (Neil Morrissey and Adrian Dunbar) are mistaken for professional hit men, Terry and Tommy (Donny Wahlberg and Michael Rapaport), and he fun begins. Pete and Andy just want enough money to get home to the UK, until one of them steals a suitcase left in a hotel lobby. Inside the suitcase, the cons discover a large amount of cash and a contract to kill Ben Cutler (Pete Postlethwaite), a Chicago crime lord. And there's the enticement of more money when the 'job' is done. Meanwhile Terry and Tommy are waiting for their assignment and Terry becomes distracted by the lovely Emma (Claire Forlani). Terry wants out of the business; he wants a "normal" life with a wife and family. While he is busy chasing Claire, poor Pete and Andy are swept up into the high life. The client, Franco D'Amico (Louis Di Bianco), believes the Limeys are true professionals and waits patiently for the hit to be carried out. No one would care about these characters, no one can sympathize with much of what went on, with the possible exception of Wahlberg's character.
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