DVD 96 mins IMDB 5.8 (465 votes)
Warner Brothers (2002)
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(2004 )
Comedy, Crime
Canada  /  English

Pete Postlethwaite Ben Cutler
Neil Morrissey Pete Maynard
Donnie Wahlberg Terry Malloy
Adrian Dunbar Andy Jarrett
Michael Rapaport Tommy O'Brian
Claire Forlani Emma Cutler
Amanda Plummer Penny Archer
Saul Rubinek Jazzer
Mark Thomas Hobo
James Collins Johnny
Louis Di Bianco Franco D'Amico
Jaya Johnston Girl in Lobby
Tony Johnston Hobo #2
Natasha Kinne Bridesmaid
Shawn Lawrence Roger Deschamps

Director John Bradshaw
Producer Deborah Kiss; Mark Thomas; Sabine Mueller
Writer Tony Johnston
Cinematography Barry Stone
Musician Terence Gowan; Blair Packham
User Credit 1 Lisa Grootenboer
User Credit 2 Kimberley Ann Rush

A high-strung yet winning crime comedy, Triggermen features an appealing cast in the story of two British con artists mistaken for a pair of seasoned assassins. Adrian Dunbar and Neil Morrissey play displaced, small-time thieves rotting away in Chicago and desperate to get home to the U.K. Morrissey's character has a solution: He takes a briefcase full of cash left in a hotel lobby for a pair of laidback, Yankee killers (Donnie Wahlberg, Michael Rapaport) hired through a second party to murder a Windy City crime boss (Pete Postlethwaite). The client (Louis Di Bianco) pressures the Brits to get the job done, while the real hitmen figure out they've been supplanted. It all makes for an enjoyable (and violent) lark, but an interesting angle finds Wahlberg's soft-spoken criminal anxious to get out of his trade (he falls for Postlethwaite's gorgeous daughter, played by Claire Forlani) while Morrissey becomes increasingly convincing as a gangster. --Tom Keogh

Edition Details
Barcode 085393977726
Region Region 1
Release Date 8/17/2004
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Standard 1.33:1 Color
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo [CC]
SPANISH: Dolby Digital Stereo
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

Color Closed-captioned
Personal Details
User Lookup 1 DVD Copy
User Text 1 Language and some violence.
User Text 2 Murder Is A Dying Profession
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