Kill Me Three Times

Kill Me Three Times

Kill Me Three Times

A sun-scorched, comic neo-noir unfolds in an Aussie surf town, which becomes a hotbed of scheming, scamming, blackmail and murder. Stars Simon Pegg, Bryan Brown, Alice Braga and Luke Hemsworth.

"A dental surgeon (Sullivan Stapleton) with gambling debts and a conniving spouse (Teresa Palmer), a hunky gas jockey (Hemsworth) looking to skip town with his secret lover, a corrupt cop (Brown), a motel proprietor (Callan Mulvey) who's become excessively proprietary over his wife: each of these characters has a scheme to realize, and each scheme requires the elimination of the same woman (Alice Braga)... Involved in all these sordid transactions is one Mister Wolfe (Pegg), a seasoned professional in the practice of snooping and, for the right price, murder." (Toronto International Film Festival)

2014Rating: R16, graphic violence, sex scenes, offensive language90 minsUSA, Australia
ActionComedy
93%
want to see

Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

Feels like poser noir all the way, never achieving the darkly comic flair or freshness of style needed to sell its fatalistic twists.

Time Out

Time Out

press

Unashamed to resurrect the laziest tropes of the Tarantino rip-offs that once clogged the shelves of every Blockbuster in the land.

1.0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Stenders, arranges bodies in spaces without distinction, but he does show a curious fondness for shots of moving cars. It's an image he returns to so many times that you wonder if he was as eager to get out of here as you are.

SBS

SBS

press

Cue 90 minutes of dutiful twisting and turning, crossing and bloody double-crossing, but not one moment of actual surprise.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Squanders a talented cast, sharp visuals and spectacular locations on a grisly trail of mayhem that rarely yields much mirth.

Variety

Variety

press

Feels like poser noir all the way, never achieving the darkly comic flair or freshness of style needed to sell its fatalistic twists.

Time Out

Time Out

press

Unashamed to resurrect the laziest tropes of the Tarantino rip-offs that once clogged the shelves of every Blockbuster in the land.

1.0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Stenders, arranges bodies in spaces without distinction, but he does show a curious fondness for shots of moving cars. It's an image he returns to so many times that you wonder if he was as eager to get out of here as you are.

SBS

SBS

press

Cue 90 minutes of dutiful twisting and turning, crossing and bloody double-crossing, but not one moment of actual surprise.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Squanders a talented cast, sharp visuals and spectacular locations on a grisly trail of mayhem that rarely yields much mirth.

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