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Suicide Kings (1998) Movie Information

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Suicide Kings (1998)
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Overall Rank:

3557

Avg. Rating:

2.72/4

# of Ratings:

48

Genres:

Drama, Comedy

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

04/17/1998

Director:

Peter O'Fallon

Actors:

Christopher Walken
Denis Leary
Nina Siemaszko
Sean Patrick Flanery
Jay Mohr
Jeremy Sisto

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

A group of desperate young men kidnap a mob boss when one of their sisters his held for a $2 million ransom.

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Armando Sanchez 01/26/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
2/4 

to be honest,im not really sure if this is a good movie or a bad movie.by the time this film ended,i forgot about it after four minutes.the film is slow at times.the characters are interesting,but not likeable.i see these characters as villians,rather than characters you root for.like in Reservoir Dogs,where the main characters are kind of like villians,but you like them,you care for what happens to them.unlike this film,everything and the characters feel dull.people call this likea quentin tarantino movie,i highly doubt that.the dialogue is nothing special,the humor moment aren't that great,the characters aren't likeable.Christopher Walken was of course great,as always.so to end my review,this film was okay.

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Ikkinbot 03/15/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
4/4 

Fantastically written and full of great characters. The acting of everyone involved is great. Chrisopher Walken is hysterical and scary as always. The movie is quite dark, but in a fun way. It has a bit of a mystery to it, but not the type you have to try to figure out. It is great just to sit and watch.

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05/30/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Suicide Kings review

A film that has twists and turns that is unexpected and worth the wait based on the plot alone. Avery (Henry Thomas), Max (Sean Patrick Flanery), T.K. (Jeremy Sisto) and Brett (Jay Mohr) are friends who holds a Mafioso named Charlie Barret (Walken) captive. Avery's sister, Elise, has been kidnapped, and that the kidnappers (Frank Medrano and Brad Garrett) are demanding $2 million ransom for her release. Pace of the picture somewhat drags due to the numerous flashbacks and character development. Soundtrack was upbeat and acting spectacular especiialy from Mohr and Walken. Though some of the dialogue was iffy, some lines were effective especially from Charlie Barret – “You should never lie to your friends.” “But I come from out there, and everybody out there knows, everybody lies: cop...

Rating of
3/4 

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