Reviewed by: Edward Douglas
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- Ashton Kutcher as Spencer
- Katherine Heigl as Jen
- Tom Selleck as Mr. Kornfeldt
- Catherine O’Hara as Mrs. Kornfeldt
- Katheryn Winnick as Vivian
- Kevin Sussman as Mac Bailey
- Lisa Ann Walter as Olivia Brooks
- Casey Wilson as Kristen
- Rob Riggle as Henry
- Martin Mull as Holbrook
- Alex Borstein as Lily Baily
- Usher Raymond as Kevin the Manager
- Letoya Luckett as Amanda
- Michael Daniel Cassady as Milo Larry Joe Campbell as Pete Denham
- Directed by Robert Luketic
While on vacation with her overbearing parents, Jen Kornfeldt (Katherine Heigl) meets the good-looking Spencer (Ashton Kutcher). One thing leads to another and three years after getting married, Jen learns that there’s more to Spencer than he seems – he’s an assassin! And though he retired to be with her, a $20 million bounty has been put on his head forcing them both on the run from all the killers trying to collect it.
If you ever wondered who might win in an “Who is More Annoying?” Contest between Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher, their first (and hopefully last) pairing together in “Killers” makes it an even tougher call, since they both do little to endear themselves to anyone who may feel anything good or entertaining can come out of putting them together.
The obvious reference for this high concept situational comedy is Doug Liman’s “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” which first brought the pairing of Brangelina to light. For many reasons, “Killers” completely misses the point of why that movie worked by never figuring out how to blend the comedy, the romance and the action into anything that feels like it belongs in the same movie.
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