The Hitman's Apprentice

The Hitman's Apprentice

By Craig Viveiros

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Release Date: 2017-10-30
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 25min
  • Director: Craig Viveiros
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 0.99

Description

After Adam wrecks his crime-boss stepfather’s car, he takes a job as a driver for a business associate. He soon finds out that this business associate is Roy - an aging hitman on the eve of his retirement. Thrust into a world of murder and revenge, a series of unexpected events lands the pair in a game of cat and mouse with a mysterious Latvian woman. With an all-star cast including, Jack O’Connell (Unbroken, Skins), Tim Roth (Tin Star, Reservoir Dogs), Peter Mullan (Trainspotting, War Horse) and Talulah Riley (Westworld, Inception), and from the Executive Producer of Snatch, The Hitman’s Apprentice is an action-packed, high-octane thrill ride.

Reviews

  • Rubbish

    1
    By Lastnameeeee
    What a load of utter drivel!!
  • Excellent film

    5
    By Hanban69
    Tim Roth is superb in this well written black comedy. Well worth every penny
  • changed the title

    1
    By Blue-Dad
    bought this on dvd and it was called liability?
  • Fantastic thriller

    5
    By SilentRunnerHuey
    Great pairing of Tim Roth and Jack O'Connell. Really enjoyed this.
  • Hitman's Apprentice

    5
    By ultranick91
    Didn't know what to expect going in, but really enjoyed it!
  • ❤️ Jack O'Connell

    5
    By BeaNor91
    Tim Roth and Jack O'Connell make the ultimate crime duo - definitely worth the purchase
  • It's a hit!!!!

    5
    By HogramDaz
    This is a great, great film with great cast. Roth's breakthrough film was as a hitman's apprentice in the Stephen Frear's film THE HIT and it is great to see him handing the baton to Jack O'Connell. Smart thriller and really stylish. Definitely watch this.
  • Jack 'O Connell is the master of this genre

    5
    By melanieandmitch
    Great fast paced British crime thriller. I was gripped from start to finish. Some great performances from Tim Roth and Jack 'O Connell too, in particular the later who was perfect casting for the role.

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