Para matar a un asesino (2007)

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A retired hit-man emerges from retirement to track down a seemingly unstoppable serial killer. Soon the hit-man, his equally dangerous wife, and their innocent daughter become the vicious psychopath's next target.

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2 July 2007 | jakeev67
| One gem of a low budget movie
If To Kill a Killer had been made with a big budget but with the same actors in their roles, it probably would have been some sort of hit.

The premise is pretty simple: Salomon Caramona and Lyndsey Jimenez are a hit-man and his wife who have to flee Mexico to Chicago when Caramona doesn't finish a hit.

Unknown to him, the man that hired Caramona for the original hit, tracks him down in Chicago and is willing to forgive the original hit if the former assassin will find a serial killer that tortured and murdered his daughter.

Uneven at times, the suspense still keeps you enthralled to what is going to happen next. Many twists and turns keep the film from being another boring snuff film.

And Jimenez, wow, in her debut role is outstanding as the cold, callous and even more dangerous wife Annabel.

She could be a star in the making.

For low budget film making, this one was pretty masterful.

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Release Date:

12 June 2007



Country of Origin

USA, Mexico

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