The Hit List
The Hit List (2011) review
Allan Campbell (Cole Hauser) is having a very bad day and decides to get drunk at a bar wherein he encounters a mysterious person in the name of Jonas (Cuba Gooding, Jr.). Soundtrack and acting were decent. The plot and storytelling was solid while the action was suffice. Cuba Gooding Jr. walked funny and seemed like a T-1000 from the Terminator flicks. It was laughable how a single person can easily eliminate an entire police force. One of the best lines: "Everybody has problems." "Besides death, there is no sure thing." In any-case, The Hit List is something to view for its weird take on mistakes, loyalty and frustrations.