3 Days To Kill Wednesday, 01 April 2020

3 Days To Kill

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    M: Violence, mature themes and coarse language.

  • The pitch:

    3 cool ways to torture.

  • Starring:

    Kevin Costner, Amber Heard, Hailee Steinfeld, Connie Nielsen, Tómas Lemarquis, Richard Sammel, Marc Andréoni, Bruno Ricci

  • Directed by:


  • Running time:

    117 minutes

  • Rated:

    M (Australia), 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)


    People are decapitated (implied), shot, dragged, pursued, held at gunpoint, threatened, pistol-whipped, near-strangled, punched, bound, gagged, electrocuted, stabbed, wrestled, hit with objects, kicked, scalded, pushed, hit by a car, hit by a train, elbowed, kneed. Shootouts. Vehicle explosions, building (hotel) explosions/bomb blasts. Vehicle collisions, car over bridge, vehicles rammed. Fireballs, property damage, shattered glass, debris, carjacking. Hitting classmate mentioned. Screaming. Blood/gore: Corpses. Bloody noses, bloody face, bloody cuts/scratches, bloody hand, bloody clothing, bruising. Hypodermic needle injected into skin (prolonged close-up).


    A couple is seen having sex against a wall. A couple is seen beneath the sheets after implied sex. A teen girl is near-assaulted. Flirting, kissing (male-female; female-female). Nude statues, erotic dancing. Nightwear, cleavage, skimpy clothing, shirtless man, topless woman (back views).


    Alcohol (wine, spirits, champagne, cocktails). Underage drinking, intoxication. Smoking. Gambling. Experimental drug injected into skin, hallucinating. Youths appear to be doing drugs in an alley. Cough syrup consumed. Bar/rave setting.


    F-words, s-words, sonofab*tch, bastard. Name-calling. Terrorist, cultural, CIA, police, teen stereotypes. Religious exclamations.


    Intelligence, CIA, plots, cancer, father-daughter relationships, family, squatting, Paris, experimental drugs, life insurance, contract killing, expatriates, hair removal, tattooing, pregnancy, childbirth.


    Deceased colleague, brain cancer. Estranged wife, daughter. Birth scene. Hospital, bar settings. Plane, peacock, pigeons, fish, cobweb (images), toilets. Fish market, slicing ham, tattooing. Some French and Italian languages (subtitles).


    Zany, entertaining, trashy, serio-comic, over-the-top, dopey, mad, absurd, preposterous, deadpan, amusing, competent, slick, watchable. Old-fashioned opening credits, high-octane action sequences, large-scale fight sequences, crowd-pleasing plot twist, pleasing visuals, believable performance from Costner.


    Daft, slappy, scruffy, discomfiting, absurd, preposterous, messy, meandering, silly, overdetermined, overblown, overdesigned, contrived, convoluted, flawed. Overdone plot devices, uneven tone, lazy humour.

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