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68 Kill (2017)

68 Kill (2017)

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5.6 90 votes

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Chip’s problem is that he can’t say no to beautiful women. This weakness gets him into a world of trouble when he agrees to help his girlfriend steal $68,000.

IMDb Rating 5.6 90 votes

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(38) comments

  • Michael DMarch 17, 2017Reply

    If you’re looking for a great ride, this is it. It’s fresh and loud. Now, if you’re the khaki pants, vanilla drinking person who cried at the end of You’ve Got Mail, I’d take a rain check on this one. But if you love film, love stories, and love characters and go to the cinema is be entertained, above everything else, then 68 Kills gives you everything.

    There is nothing wrong with vanilla lattes, but this film is three shots of whiskey. See it!

  • ryan wMarch 17, 2017Reply

    Most thrilling vulgar over the top insane joy ride I’ve seen in years so good wow just holy shit a must for anyone

  • Ryan WMarch 17, 2017Reply

    This is so good you will shit yourself over and over

  • Josh FMarch 19, 2017Reply

    Relatively snappy for a horror comedy deal.

  • Jennifer TJuly 28, 2017Reply

    Very interesting…. all I can say!!

  • Rodney BAugust 3, 2017Reply

    68 Kill is an instant midnight masterpiece!

  • Bill RAugust 7, 2017Reply

    I found this very entertaining and it had a wild ride. However there were moments that killed it’s momentum into greatness. I found there to be missed opportunities that could of elevated this higher up and into the complete B movie genre. I will say I can see this becoming a cult classic, it’s a fun ride and wketj a watch

  • Shannon OAugust 7, 2017Reply

    Loved everything about this movie.

  • Justin SAugust 9, 2017Reply

    You need to watch this ASAP!

  • Sayer FAugust 12, 2017Reply

    68 is great pulp fun, with a surprising metaphorical message as well.

  • Gimly MAugust 27, 2017Reply

    When it comes to Redneck Schlock, Rob Zombie is the undisputed king. 68 Kill is not at that level, but it’s very watchable, if you’re up for that sort of thing.

  • Chiyo YSeptember 21, 2017Reply

    I just love Matthew Gray Gubler. But his movie choice is always a bit horrible.

  • Shawn ROctober 6, 2017Reply

    Lots of over the top action that makes this film pretty solid.

  • Mandy HDecember 30, 2017Reply

    Love this film reminds me of some of my friends lol lol haaaa

  • Waleed AJanuary 12, 2018Reply

    good movie with a relatively unpredictable story. entertaining and dark fun (1 viewing)

  • David MJanuary 13, 2018Reply

    Alright for a Saturday noon.

  • Russell RJune 16, 2018Reply

    Not bad, but also not done on a blockbuster budget. Worth watching, but don’t expect it to be your favorite movie, although memorable.

  • Ian HJune 19, 2018Reply

    One Part Quentin Tarantino mixed with one part Rob Zombie.

  • AnonymousJune 21, 2018Reply

    Pretty good movie. Though the story is thoroughly familiar and the character development isn’t the best, there’s fun to be had in this cheap and dirty midnight thriller that features awful people doing awful things and all of the performers having fun doing them.

  • Samuel MAugust 24, 2018Reply

    Vaya,vaya, cuan equivocado estaba cuando me negaba a ver esta película tras su trailer. No solo la trama me ha ido sorprendiendo a cada nuevo giro, sino que además su deliciosa mala hostia y comedia negra ha sido todo un deleite.

    Aunque las actuaciones son exageradas y Matthew Gray Gubler no me sigue llegando del todo (va mejorando en esta película bajo mis ojos), la buena factura técnica de la cinta y lo loco de su argumento las hacen totalmente comprensibles.

    Solo puedo decir: Bravo Trent Haaga, Bravo. Espero que nos traigas mas cosas como esta en el futuro.

  • AnonymousSeptember 4, 2018Reply

    This movie is bonkers in the best way even with a weaker story. Sex, violence, insanity, all cranked to 11.

  • AnonymousSeptember 9, 2018Reply

    It’s got rednecks. That’s all I’m gonna tell ya.
    Great little movie!

  • Khay PNovember 3, 2018Reply

    This Actually turned out to be much more entertaining than anticipated.

  • Miraken MNovember 8, 2018Reply

    Wait for 4 or 5 Years. This film will be a reference of serie B genre. Trent Haaga is an awesome director !

  • Jesse ODecember 21, 2018Reply

    I’ve never been that big of a fan of punk rock. Not saying that I can’t appreciate its raw energy and emotion, particularly if it’s really fast (the type of punk that I’d probably gravitate to anyways if I did listen to it). In fact, right now, I’m probably more likely to appreciate punk more than I’ve ever done in the past, I just need to find that gateway punk band to get me into it. One of my closest friends in school loved punk, he listened to NOFX, Pennywise, The Offspring, stuff like that. I used to make fun of him for liking punk because I was a metalhead. This was all well-natured and he made fun of me as well. Let’s be honest, if you and your friends do not make fun of each other, then you’re probably not real friends to begin with. Regardless, at the time, I didn’t understand why he liked it and, at the time, I probably wouldn’t have understood referring to a movie, such as this, as punk rock in nature. I don’t mean like SLC Punk, which is openly influenced by that culture. I mean it as something more like in its feel and execution, particularly during the second act, when this goth character is introduced and how she, and the people she lives with, play into the climax of this story. As far as this movie is concerned, honestly, it sort of defies description. I find that to be a good thing. I don’t wanna say it’s genre-bending (like Save The Green Planet) or genre-defining in any way, but it is a movie that’s difficult to describe in a few words because, inevitably, that means that you’re gonna leave something out that might be relevant to the narrative and its characters. Interestingly enough, I guess the best way I could describe this movie would be to say that it is a subversive exploration of abusive relationships. Chip’s relationship with Liza is, clearly, abusive as Liza constantly belittles him, berates him, physically assaults him during sex without his consent. In short, Liza is like Miss Piggy and Chip is like Kermit, except it’s not as funny and Miss Piggy isn’t exactly as verbally abusive, to Kermit at least, as Liza is to Chip. Thing is, however, that Chip is completely infatuated with Liza and he’d do absolutely anything she says just to make her happy, including stealing $68,000 dollars from Liza’s sugar daddy. Of course, Chip, is easily manipulated into agreeing with this, as Chip has a non-confrontational attitude to things, he fails to stand up for himself. So he agrees to this and, of course, nothing goes according to plan as Liza kills her sugar daddy and his wife, while they also kidnap Violet, a young woman who Liza’s sugar daddy had his eye on, while they worked together. Violet rebuffed his advances, so he fired her and, through his connections, got her kicked out of her apartment. So, now, naturally, in order to get by, she has to do what he and his wife ask of her, for money, of course. Wonderful people, these two. Regardless, Chip feels an actual connection to Violet and their plan, after Liza faints twice after catching up to Chip, is to take the money and just escape from this life. Not as simple as that, of course. Violet ends up dead after an encounter with this goth chick at this gas station, where she, the goth lady, was trying to extort some money from Chip in order to keep her mouth. Here’s the thing about the movie, honestly, I was sort of on the fence about it. Like, prior to the Violet’s murder, I would have struggled to say whether I thought this film was good or not. I just didn’t feel one way or another about it, I was sort of in the middle. It was certainly not bad or anything, but it never really clicked for me. Parts of it were good and parts of it were average and, to me, unless the good parts are really good, they’re not gonna be enough to make up for the average. Another issue I had was the fact that the movie had some jarring tonal shifts, like it didn’t know if it wanted to be funny or if it wanted to be serious or if it wanted to be something resembling a horror movie, which it does have elements of. And that’s why I mentioned, at the beginning, that I didn’t find it easy to describe this movie in just a few words. It’s a lot of things at once and, honestly, in some parts, it doesn’t really know how to mix and match all the genres it is juggling. With that said, however, when Monica, the goth lady from the gas station, and her group of trailer trash friends are introduced, I feel that this is when the movie is at its best. While I do think that Violet and Chip’s relationship was nice and sweet, at least compared to what Chip was used to, I feel that, after their escape, the movie was sort of aimless. Like you didn’t know what direction it was gonna go in and what the endgame of it all as. You knew Liza was gonna come back sooner or later, you just didn’t know how sooner or how later that was going to be. And, really, you could make the argument that this is a good thing and it can be, if there’s still a clear direction in mind. However, I don’t think that the movie had a clear direction in mind at this point. I mean, it clearly did since that was what was written on the script, but it just gives off the appearance that it’s not really going anywhere, because nothing really seems to happen. And I do suppose that these quieter moments were meant to establish Violet and Chip’s relationship and how Violet is the type of woman that Chip should actually be with, I just wish it wasn’t so directionless. But when Monica and her friends are introduced, I do think the movie gains its focus again, because now you know that, at the very least, now Liza is gonna show up and she and her brother Dwayne are gonna fuck Monica and her friends up. This is where the punk rock aspect of the movie comes through, in these scenes with Monica and her trailer trash friends. It’s just dirty, grimy and gritty. I feel this is when the movie really sort of finds its own identity, instead of just juggling through multiple genres not knowing what it wanted to be. Ultimately, to me, the introduction of these trailer trash characters ends up being the saving grace of the movie as I felt that, in spite of its flaws, this added up to a pretty good movie. I also liked the more dominant and assertive roles the women in this film take and that’s why I feel it’s more a subversive examination of abusive relationships where Chip, in this case at least, takes role that, in media, is traditionally reserved for women, where she’s controlled and dominated by all the men in her life. Chip is meek and is easily manipulated by Liza to do everything that she wants just because he feels like he’s so lucky to have her. I don’t wanna say Chip is useless but, until the third act of the movie, the people who drive the movie forward are the women and, again, I liked that approach. It’s a fresh take and, to their credit, AnnaLynne McCord, Alisha Boe and Sheila Vand (Liza, Violet and Monica respectively) all knock it out of the park, particularly AnnaLynne, who’s tremendous here. Matthew Gray Gubler is also really quite good and I’ve always enjoyed his work and the fact that he really seems to be invested and into whatever role I’ve seen him in and, really, most of them are smaller, independent movies, which I respect and admire since, as a series regular on Criminal Minds, which I’m certain is a cushy job, he doesn’t really NEED to do anything else and yet he does and he does it quite well. So props to Matthew for clearly being passionate about the movies he’s in and he’s great here as well. Another thing I liked about the movie was how it was not afraid to be in your face, not necessarily with its violence, per se, though it does get quite violent in the third act. I just mean with its portrayal of its characters, like they’re not afraid to show the absolute worst of these people and having them completely revel in it. Not afraid to show its characters uglier traits. With that said, this movie has its flaws for sure and I’ve gone over them here, but in spite of its identity issues and its directionless second act, I feel that this adds up to a pretty good movie. Not gonna reinvent the wheel in anyway, but it has enough fresh ideas to warrant a watch.

  • AnonymousFebruary 12, 2019Reply

    I loved the first 30 minutes. The movie had an original strong set up. They movie then got a little too silly like a dramatic TV series that stayed on the air too long that reached for weekly cliff hangers and became unrealistic. Still for an under the radar movie I would recommend checking it out.

  • rose cMarch 1, 2019Reply

    This is 93 minutes of “WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT???” This was definately a wild ride of a movie. My better half and I figured we’d watch the beginning and if we didn’t like it, we would change the channel. Welllllll I found I couldn’t turn it off and was determined to watch until the end….which did not disappoint!! Totally reminded us of Rob Zombie films, but had a lot of laughable moments! If you get a chance to see it, just sit back and enjoy the laughs and gasps!

  • AnonymousMay 18, 2019Reply

    Crazy, out-of-control and thoroughly entertaining!!

  • Alex RAugust 28, 2019Reply

    i thought it a very interesting and actually a family friendly movie great for the kids. Lots of educational moments and an all-round great movie. Defo must be rated PG no higher. Make sure to watch with younger kids.

  • Greg MSeptember 3, 2019Reply

    First of all… what does this have to do with punk rock? Ok, forget that. It has B movie cult classic all over it. Honestly, it’s actually reasonably entertaining for a movie filled with despicable characters and awfulness of all varieties. Not the best, but not the worst either. Just somewhere in the middle of forgettable. Maybe just left of center.

  • AnonymousSeptember 8, 2019Reply

    I had no idea what to expect going in . I have to say it was a better time than I thought. Sort of a gender swap with the man being the damsel in destress . Some will say it hates women be I see it much differently with Chip being the weak character.

  • edward wSeptember 11, 2019Reply

    craziest thing I loved it reminded me of a young Rob Zombie / Quenton Tar film loved the shots remined me of another Rodreguiez as well !!~ LOVE it and awesome quirky but great !!~

  • command ZSeptember 15, 2019Reply

    Fun, sexy, raunchy trailer park psychopathy.

  • Ok Ok 1November 24, 2019Reply

    Though I found the movie to be pretty hilarious, there are way to many conveniences and the 2nd half of the film feels sloppy and rushed.

  • Derek RDecember 14, 2019Reply

    Everything you want in a B movie, sex, violence, torture and a fluid plot.

  • Natalie MJune 26, 2020Reply

    Horrible. Unpleasant. Only watched bc I love Matthew.

  • Becca WAugust 1, 2020Reply

    Over the top in the best way. Amazing performances from the whole cast.

  • Toni MDecember 27, 2020Reply

    I absolutely loved this movie just finished watching it the murder scenes are great haha.

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