Kill Me Later (2001) - Crime, Drama, Thriller

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Shawn Holloway has a miserable life since she was eleven, when her father left her mother and she stayed alone with her problematic mother. Presently she is graduated, works in a bank and ...

IMDB: 6.3
Director: Dana Lustig
Stars: Selma Blair, Max Beesley
Length: 89 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 6 out of 27 found boring (22.22%)

One-line Reviews (18)

An enjoyable film.

Enjoyable .

If you are looking for a fun, suspenseful, as well as offbeat, movie, this is one for you.

that idea doesn't go so well either, because he is (for lack of a better cliché) chicken.

And so, this movie is enjoyable, just not as much as it could have been.

Dana Lustig's "Kill Me Later" is a thoroughly enjoyable romantic caper.

Movie is strongest in the first 40 minutes or so, as the constant running from the authorities gets a bit tedious after that.

Even though at some points in the movie it gets a bit dull and repetative, generally your attention is kept.

Even though the ending is predictable, how they get there will, once again, surprise you.

The script is a bit immature, but still very much enjoyable.

A very enjoyable 'romp'.

What follows is busy enough with side plots, action, and snappy patter to keep the waning eye lid open in spite of the movie's many flaws including unnecessary visual effects, loose ends, Kodak moments which don't work, and a speed bump at the midway mark.

After viewing this film, I felt the compelling need to vent a bit of my frustration.

what i've said is plenty and if you wasted enough time reading this review, than for God's sake don't waste more time watching this movie.

One thing that's enjoyable about this movie is that all of the characters are generally relatable.

Obviously they made this movie with a hundred dollar note with some change left over but it was entertaining.

Sometimes the difference between a boring, uninvolving scene and one that has the audience grinding its collective teeth in anticipation is merely a sound mix.

It's a meandering, little independent film with no aspirations to be anything greater, with all the artsy-fartsy trappings and pitfalls you'd expect in a meandering, little independent film.