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3 Days to Kill

117 min | Taiwan:101 min | 123 min (Extended Edition)
Action | Drama | Thriller
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Country: USA
Release Date: 2014-02-21
Filming Locations: Paris, France
Budget: $28,000,000
Opening Weekend: $12,242,218 (USA) (23 February 2014)
Gross: $30,688,364 (USA) (11 May 2014)
Connie Nielsen
Connie Nielsen
3 Days to Kill
Amber Heard
Amber Heard
3 Days to Kill
Kevin Costner
Ethan Renner
Hailee Steinfeld
Zooey Renner
Tómas Lemarquis
The Albino
Richard Sammel
The Wolf
Marc Andréoni
Mitat Yilmaz
Bruno Ricci
Jonas Bloquet
Eriq Ebouaney
Joakhim Sigue
Alison Valence
Big John
Michaël Vander-Meiren
Paolo Calia
JPG Salesman
Eric Naggar
Alexis Jacquin
Young Man
Frederick Malahieude
Tied Up Man
Patty Hannock
School Principal
Marie Guillard
Mitat's Wife
Alizee Delaruelle
Twin Girl #1
Ilyana Delaruelle
Twin Girl #2
Laurent Richard
Xavier Lemaître
Handsome Banker
Romane Ferreira
Young Zooey
Philippe Reyno
Young Agent Vivi
Axel Keravec
Kid in the Bus
Laure Gouget
Mother of Kid in the Bus
Rupert Wynne-James
Hugh's Father
Clement Boegler
Shane Vives-Atsara Woodward
Agent Axel (as Shane Woodward)
Peter J. Chaffey
Agent 1
Milutin Milosevic
Lamont Thompson
Maï Anh Le
Yasmin (as as Maï Anh Lê)
David Coburn
Suit in Budapest
James Owen
Hungarian Doctor
Miodrag Stevanovic
Kiosk Owner (as Misko Stevanovic)
Omid Zader
Raymond J. Barry
CIA Employee
Rob Roy Fitzgerald
CIA Employee
Scott Burn
The Butcher
Dragana Atlija
Tennis Woman (uncredited)
Vincent Geirnaert
Dàrrell Hall
Boy outside Principal's office (uncredited)
Radoje Jelic
Albino Guard #3 (uncredited)
Karine Pedurand
Eric Supply
Invité (uncredited)
Nenad Todorovic
Albino Bodyguard #1 (uncredited)
Aurelie Viau
Fabian Wolfrom
Party's Student (uncredited)
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When the student is talking to Ethan after he is picking up Zooey at school, the student makes a cowboy reference. Kevin Costner played western lawman Wyatt Earp in Wyatt Earp (1994). [Alternatively, the "cowboy" reference could also be to Costner's even earlier breakout role in 1985 in the great movie, "Silverado."]
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Ethan is seen rescuing Zooey from a group of boys in the washroom then proceeds to carry her out of the nightclub. In The Bodyguard, Kevin Costner's character rescues Whitney Houston from her fans on the stage and also ends up carrying her out of the nightclub.
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Kevin Costner also played a cowboy in Open Range and was the lead role in Dances With Wolves.
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(at around 1h 24 mins) Ethan says that he had bought Chinese, then a few minutes later he is sitting eating Nigiri Sushi, which is Japanese.
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The bell of the purple bike is ringing several times, even when no one is around to ring it.
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Elevators do not just drop when a cable connection is either lost or otherwise interrupted by shooting; the safety system invented by Elisha Graves Otis in 1852 locks the car in place and prevents it from falling.
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Vivi Delay: [surveying all the dead guys] Pretty good for a jobber.
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Zooey Renner: Is dad a bad ass?
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Mitat Yilmaz: This kind of guy, he'd never give up.
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What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Unrated Version.
Even though Besson's work are usually shot based on the viewing habits of an European audience and then being censored for the more lucrative "PG-13" rating, 3 Days to Kill has written "PG-13" all over it from the very beginning. Sure, there has been released obligatory Unrated Version but additional violence can barely be found. The most significant censored scene is the one at the strip club. Other than that, the differences usually affect the story or dialogs. To get an impression of the movie, the Theatrical Version will do the trick because the 5 minutes of new footage could be called anything but elementary. Nonetheless, one would rather watch the most complete version of a movie. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
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