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Killshot

Year:
Duration:
95 min
Genres:
Crime | Drama | Thriller
IMDB rate:
6.1
Director:
John Madden
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2008-11-13
Filming Locations: Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA
Earnings
Opening Weekend: $10,741 (USA) (25 January 2009)
Gross: $17,007 (USA) (1 February 2009)
Cast
Actor
Character
Thomas Jane
Wayne Colson
Diane Lane
Carmen Colson
Mickey Rourke
Armand 'Blackbird' Degas
Rosario Dawson
Donna
Alexis Butler
Girl in Hotel Room
Hal Holbrook
Papa
Brandon McGibbon
Blackbird's Kid Brother
Robert Gow
Prospective Buyer
Catherine Hayos
Prospective Buyer
Peter Kelly Gaudreault
Blackbird's Brother
Craig Blair
Construction Site Foreman
Michelle Arvizu
Nurse
Lynne Deragon
Mrs. Palino
Richard Zeppieri
Son-in-Law / Mafia Boss
Hazel Desjarlais
Old Woman, Walpole Island
Aldred Montoya
Lionel (as Aldred Wesley Montoya)
Don McManus
Nelson Davies
Tim Campbell
Michigan Officer
Tim Eddis
Michigan Officer
Beatriz Yuste
Checkout Girl
Tom McCamus
Paul Scallen / FBI Chief
Michael Joseph Bernier
Mechanic
Jim Codrington
1st FBI Agent
Karen Robinson
2nd FBI Agent
Lois Smith
Lenore
Steve Cumyn
3rd FBI Agent / Real Estate Guy
James Anthony
Drydock Foreman
Craig Eldridge
Cape Girardeau Buyer / Gerald
Mark-Cameron Fraser
Dockworker (as Mark Cameron Fraser)
Tony Nappo
Dockworker
Michael Rhoades
Dockworker
Inga Cadranel
Linda
Christine Brubaker
Dockworker's Wife
DTeflon
Agent Daniels
Joshua Rollins
Deck
Shanly Trinidad
Mob Boss's Wife
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Trivia
The script had uncredited rewrites by late producer/directors Sydney Pollack and Anthony Minghella. The film was also dedicated to their memory in the end credits.
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Originally set up in 2002 with Tony Scott directing, Robert De Niro playing Amand Degas, and Quentin Tarantino playing Richie Nix.
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All the scenes involving corrupt cop Ferris Britton (Johnny Knoxville) were cut from the final movie because test screenings audiences didn't like the character.
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Goofs
When Armand puts a .45 pistol to Richie Nix's head in the car when they first meet, the distinct sound of a hammer cocking is inserted but the hammer is obviously disengaged.
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After Armand comes back to pick up Richie after the attack at the real estate agency, as they are driving away you can clearly see the street sign "30 MPH/H BEGINS".
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When Wayne is working on the barge he is not wearing a Type II flotation vest as required by US Coast Guard while in motion and working.
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Quotes
Armand 'The Blackbird' Degas: Real life? What the fuck is real life?
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Wayne Colson: Look, honey, just hear me out. I drove 400 miles. And 15 years to think about this. And a lot about what you've said lately. You're right, five's not a good number. It's terrible. So let's try six. And if we can make it to six, then we can try for seven.
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Girl in Hotel Room: Are you through?
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Faq
Q
A Note Regarding Spoilers
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The following FAQ entries may contain spoilers. Only the biggest ones (if any) will be covered with spoiler tags. Spoiler tags have been used sparingly in order to make the page more readable.
Q
Why is this film opening with a limited release with 5 theaters in Arizona?
A
According to a local news report from Arizona, the Weinsteins decided to release the film in a select five theaters to see how well the film does. If they are satisfied, they will go national with the release. So far the film has earned around 14.5 thousand dollars. Early critics in small newspapers and web-sites are reporting the film works mildly because of Rourke's solid performance. It may be possible the film will reach more theaters, but it's a small chance. A DVD release in 3 to 6 months seems more likely. Similar to other upcoming projects such as "Fanboys", the Weinsteins have not given much information about if the release will be national. The news report can be viewed here, and box office information is available here.
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How much sex, violence, and profanity are in this movie?
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For detailed information about the amounts and types of (a) sex and nudity, (b) violence and gore, (c) profanity, (d) alcohol, drugs, and smoking, and (e) frightening and intense scenes in this movie, consult the IMDb Parents Guide for this movie. The Parents Guide for Killshot can be found here.
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Photos from cast
Joseph Gordon-Levitt