Hit Man (2023)

Movie"He's not a killer, but he can pretend."
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A mild-mannered professor moonlighting as a fake hit man in police stings ignites a chain reaction of trouble when he falls for a potential client.

Hit Man Review

Glen Powell-Led ‘Hit Man’ is a funny, sexy thrill ride. Glen Powell and director Richard Linklater reteam for ‘Hit Man,’ a comedic crime thriller with all kinds of spicy twists that’s based on a true story.

Premiering in 2023 at the Venice and Toronto film festivals before being scooped up by Netflix for a reported $20 million, ‘Hit Man’ – kind of like the recent ‘Challengers,’ but very different – is a breath of fresh air: an adult-oriented genre mash-up of rom-com, crime thriller and comedy that’s all the more astounding because it’s partially based on a true story. Directed by Richard Linklater (‘School of Rock’) with a verve that’s been missing from some of his recent work, and starring Glen Powell in another star-making turn as a humdrum academic who rediscovers his passion and confidence by pretending to be a smoldering assassin, ‘Hit Man’ is smart, sensual, character-driven, and highly entertaining.

Hit Man Showtimes on June 13th, 2024

Movie Details

On Digital & Streaming:June 7th, 2024 - Watch Now
Movie Budget:$8,800,000
Movie Box Office Gross:$1,139,025 (Worldwide)
Original Language:English
Executive Producers:Scott Brown, Megan Creydt, Julie Goldstein, Shivani Rawat, John Sloss, Stuart Ford, Zach Garrett, Miguel Palos, Vicky Patel, Alan Powell, Steve Barnett
Production Companies:Aggregate Films, BarnStorm Productions, Detour Filmproduction, AGC Studios, Cinetic Media, Monarch Media, Shivhans Pictures