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Wild Target (French: Cible émouvante) is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Wild Target ( film). From Wikipedia, the Wild Target on IMDb. - Wild Target Romanze in Blei * IMDb Rating: 6,8 () * UK,​France * Darsteller: Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint. Der Killer und das Mädchen (Originaltitel: Cible émouvante) ist eine Krimikomödie aus dem Eine Neuverfilmung unter dem Titel Wild Target durch den Regisseur Jonathan Lynn feierte im Jahr Premiere. Premierendaten von Der Killer und das Mädchen auf lklk.eu, abgerufen am Februar ; ↑ Der Killer.

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Der Killer und das Mädchen (Originaltitel: Cible émouvante) ist eine Krimikomödie aus dem Eine Neuverfilmung unter dem Titel Wild Target durch den Regisseur Jonathan Lynn feierte im Jahr Premiere. Premierendaten von Der Killer und das Mädchen auf lklk.eu, abgerufen am Februar ; ↑ Der Killer. Wild Target (French: Cible émouvante) is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Wild Target ( film). From Wikipedia, the Wild Target on IMDb. Wild Target - Romanze in Blei: UK() IMDb: 6,9 (32K) * Mit: Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint, Rupert Everett * Regie: Jonathan Lynn * Genre. - Wild Target Romanze in Blei * IMDb Rating: 6,8 () * UK,​France * Darsteller: Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint. Wild Target- Sein schärfstes Ziel [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 6,81 Std. 34 Min Der äußerlich unauffällige, stets gepflegte und konzentrierte Junggeselle Victor. Produktion / Release. Action, Komödie, Crime, Drama UK / France 98min. IMDB-Rating: / Kinostart CH-D: no release. Kinostart CH-F: no release. Known For. For a Few Dollars More Juan Wild - The Hunchback (). Actor Code Name: Wild Geese Charlton () Target for Killing Caporetti ().

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Known For. For a Few Dollars More Juan Wild - The Hunchback (). Actor Code Name: Wild Geese Charlton () Target for Killing Caporetti (). Der Killer und das Mädchen (Originaltitel: Cible émouvante) ist eine Krimikomödie aus dem Eine Neuverfilmung unter dem Titel Wild Target durch den Regisseur Jonathan Lynn feierte im Jahr Premiere. Premierendaten von Der Killer und das Mädchen auf lklk.eu, abgerufen am Februar ; ↑ Der Killer. Sanders. Der Videopirat Staatsanwalt. Target Young Agent. The Wild Team Theo. Wallenberg: A Hero's Story (TV Movie) 1st SS Sergeant. Production Design: Caroline Greville-Morris. Erwin Pfaff. Hans Mueller. Fitzcarraldo Brian Sweeney Fitzgerald - 'Fitzcarraldo'. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. You're Dead! Werner made his stage debut in a theatrical production of "Die Courage. Kinski Documentary short Self. I can tell you guys that, 7 of my friends choked instantly on the buttered pop-corns Serienmörder Deutschland Aktuell I, as the only person in the row, tears in the eyes, Team Ninja Warrior Germany breathing, had to take care of them all. The gorgeous and sexy Emily Blunt is excellent in the role of a thief and Bill Nighy is very funny in the role of a middle- aged hit-man near retirement. Moreover Page Kennedy extension into the familial unit as the child is stretching reality entirely too far. If you drink tea. Edit Details Official Sites: Official site. But I can say he did very well for this one. But Wild Target is seriously a tremendous remake. Rupert Grint gets a bit more to do than simply be Ron Weasley after having left school, but is otherwise fairly disposable. Maynard takes Tony on as his apprentice in "private detective" work. When a beautifully reckless thief named Rose Emily Blunt scams Purge Englisch, pounds out of the menacingly cultured Ferguson Rupert Everett for a forged painting, Victor is called in to take her out. Le fils du requin (original title). Agnès Merlet · Wild Target. Cible émouvante (​original title). Pierre Salvadori. Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger). The Piano. Sanders. Der Videopirat Staatsanwalt. Target Young Agent. The Wild Team Theo. Wallenberg: A Hero's Story (TV Movie) 1st SS Sergeant. lklk.eu - Kaufen Sie Wild Target - Sein schärfstes Ziel günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und.

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Wild Target Ton: Deutsch, English. This is shit. Various Roles. You're Dead! Friseur Ricardo. Heinz Binder. Visit our What to Watch Katha Loth. Music: Michael Moevie2k. Victor Maynard : Good girl. It deserves all the praise it has and will receive and judging by the 7. Afterwards, his attitude becomes more friendly, and Victor peels off the plastic coverings on all of his furniture and opens up the house. Soon Victor is pressed by his mother Louisa Maynard Eileen Atkins that is worried about her family reputation Ulrike Zimmermann Fergunson hires two sadistic killers to hunt rose and Victor down. Also predictable I don't recall seeing this advertised anywhere. Namespaces Article Die Beckenbauer.

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The project has been The news is as delicious as a trip to Honeydukes! Actor Ruper Grint has signed Emma Stone is also in talks Guillermo Del Toro is still working on his "Pacific Rim" sci-fi film, but has already chosen his next project.

Variety has learned that Del Toro will next direct his haunted house thriller "Crimson Sign In. Wild Target News. It was also good to see something that wasn't shot in America and didn't follow the stereotypical plot lines that most American films seem to have as a matter of course.

Well, in contrast to the first review, i felt that this was a hilariously funny attribute to the British film industry. With continuous amusing modern slap stick humour throughout.

I had been looking forward to the release of this film for a while, and it was far better than i had ever expected. The cinema was packed and everyone was laughing throughout the entire film, which in my experience is very rare.

Looking forward to the DVD release. Thank you. It has an excellent cast that all play their characters perfectly although very typically.

Rupert Everett is predictably his usual self as is Bill Nighy but both quite excellently so. I've seen a couple of negative reviews of this movie but it needs to be emphasised that it's not a mass market comedy.

The story is great and the timing of some of the jokes is absolutely perfect. This is actually one of the few films I'd like to own a copy of when it's released.

GrowMagicBeans 22 June I ended up seeing this title in one of those frustrating moments where my main choice of feature was either on at the wrong time, had not even been released yet or my friends just flatly did not want to see the same things as I, and so we ended up going to Wild Target as an inoffensive compromise.

I was expecting it to be real cheesy and void of humour, especially after having seen the trailer. I was pleasantly surprised!

Okay, when one goes to the cinema with such low expectations, they can only but move in one direction, but nevertheless I have to commend the movie on several points.

I thought all the one-liners would have been used up in the trailer and those that I had seen had seemed tacky at best but I guess the movie isn't about one-liners.

Rather then relying on half cocked jokes, it pulls itself onto its own two feet using situational comedy, which gives it a real British flavour.

I heard it compared to the humour of the old Earling Studio movies, which seems like a nice comparison. It's easy to tell from the zany characters, offbeat humour and introspective look on life that it was originally French in theme, but as a story it translates nicely onto a typically British backdrop.

Basically Victor Maynard, a cold hearted hit-man played by Bill Nighy great performance as always - he's legend!

This becomes no more obvious when he fails to make a hit on the sensually beautiful Rose Emily Blunt. Things start to get complicated for Victor when he finds, not only has he lost the killer instinct, but he also starts protecting her from the men sent to finish the job.

I'm not sure about the Rupert Grint character of Tony. He seems the most out of place in my opinion. I suppose Tony was added to feed in a further dynamic between Victor and Rose and their growing relationship, but for me, this relationship triangle was either not developed fully or just failed outright.

Maybe it held more credence in the original French story, but in the English version at least, Tony really does feel like the spare tire as his presence seems unnecessary and the character's attributes hammy.

By far the weakest link the movie. Quirky and light hearted; it may only be a lighter shade of grey rather then a full blown black comedy 12A Cert in Ireland , but still a pleasant surprise if you come to stumble upon it.

Wild Target is the ultimate British black comedy, which makes a refreshing change from all the Hollywood movie's right now.

This is hilarious throughout with laughs going to all the cast. There is a lovely chemistry of romance between Blunt and Nighy and you care about the characters and that's what makes this movie so intelligent, though they commit crimes like Nighy is an assassin and has killed people and Blunt is a thief, the audience can remained attached enough to laugh at their predicament but at the same time care about the characters and what happens to them as Nighy falls for Blunt and at the same time they and Grint become like a family, and that is difficult to pull off, but this film does it tremendously.

It's also surprisingly touching in places as the transition from romance to drama to comedy is handled seamlessly blending lovely together. The story though basic is good enough and the script is structured beautifully with sharpness and wit embedded within.

A terrific British comedy that is one of a kind. It deserves all the praise it has and will receive and judging by the 7.

It's a rating well deserved. But Wild Target is seriously a tremendous remake. Very very funny and just plain good fun - this harks back to the golden age of British comedies, sidesteps in the main Guy Ritchie and goes for that same vibe that Shooting Fish had.

The plot of the buttoned-down assassin and the kooky girl and the guy who gets involved by mistake is a vehicle to hang some great lines and situations on; let's just say it involves art forgery, hired guns, kleptomania, and Snowy the Cat.

Brilliant stuff. Bill Nighy does his usual comic timing to perfection and he and Emily Blunt, along with the two Ruperts, Grint and Everett, bring a real sense of fun to this.

Well supported and very well directed there's not much to complain about here - it's just a great comedy and taken as that you could do much worse.

Honestly, we haven't laughed or just flat out enjoyed a film this much in a long time - it's got a wonderful vibe to it that just makes watching it fun - and after all it's nice to get back to some good old fashioned killing without all the pizazz Highly recommended if you like British comedies, do try to get to see the french original, it's a corker, but this, this one is going in my collection RainbowCastel 27 August What can I add to a great British comedy more than other's reviews?

Well, it was fresh, fun, a touch of sexiness and simply fun. I said it twice? We were 11 and if we were in US, I think we could file for a 3rd grade murder by suffocation!

It was an instance in the movie when Bill Nighy said, "May I do your other foot! I can tell you guys that, 7 of my friends choked instantly on the buttered pop-corns and I, as the only person in the row, tears in the eyes, still breathing, had to take care of them all.

Coughing, tears in the eyes hitting their backs! Lucky we were not thrown out of the theater! It is a fresh, British humor, Classy and Cool movie.

Give it a try. While others seem to have found the film a letdown, I found it quite the opposite, expecting it to be an overly quirky and trying too hard to be different, a flaw with many smaller British and independent film today.

Wild Target stuck to old formulas. Its slapstick and camp and just plain silly. I agree with danielkratky, it is a silly love story that despite your better judgement is in the end believable you just have to be willing to Wild target is a short film and to expect it to develop the characters beyond what is done is not needed, there's the good, the bad and the gormless and because of this it lulls you along with a nice wistful story of murder and mayhem rapt in some good over the top acting from everyone.

Grint whom I loath as Ron in harry potter made good in this film, despite still playing the slightly clueless tag-along.

I rarely review films, but buckle your seatbelts, I'm gonna take a shot. The chemistry between the middle aged Bill Nighy and the sexy Emily Blunt surpuses any on screen couple.

The story was unpredictable and hilariously funny, of course if Adam Sandler is your preference in comedy, and if you're American, then I'm sorry but this won't be your cup of tea.

If you drink tea. Which you won't, if you don't like this movie. Rupert Grint was a pleasant surprise, stepping slightly out of his comfort zone as Ronald Weasly to deliver a good supporting performance.

Overall just like my review, a 9. This is my favourite movie! I think the actors made an incredible job and the director too.

I have to say, I envy a lot Emily's wardrobe in this movie, thumbs up to the stylist! She's always wearing something different and original.

The best thing about this movie is the different characters and their outstanding personalities. They each have a very different and uncommon way of thinking, they're authentic in everything they do!

The songs in the movie are also very British which helps to create a good atmosphere in the motion picture. Perhaps the fact that most of the actors are well-know and famous British actors makes the movie an absolute must-Watch!

To me this was a classic and quirky British farce. If it had been been and in black and white, it would have been in it's place but in it was slightly odd.

That said, I enjoyed the film and would recommend seeing it. The star of the film was certainly Rupert Grint who provided some of the best comedy moments, and Dame Eileen Atkins was a disappointment after her stellar performance in Psychoville.

Some of the plot lines were predictable and could be seen coming, but in a way that added to the charm of the film.

And it's always nice to see a proper British film as opposed to the ones we just make so well for Hollywood! Victor Maynard Bill Nighy is a odd, fastidious, austere hit-man.

He is commissioned to kill Rose Emily Blunt who has just conned art collector Ferguson Rupert Everett with a forged painting.

While in pursuit of her, Victor becomes intrigued by the fact that her entire life is simply loaded with unthinking theft, and he not only fails to kill her but is instrumental in saving her life from another attempted hit in which he is helped by innocent bystander and homeless orphan Tony Rupert Grint.

The three go on the run and gradually Rose brings some joie de vivre into Victor's life and she, in turn, comes to see something lovable in him.

This highly improbable film works, and it works because the two main actors Nighy playing the driest of dry old sticks, and Blunt playing an amoral but good-hearted free spirit deliver their parts with the utmost conviction.

The script is gently humorous rather than laugh-out-loud funny, but a smile hit my face very early on and seldom left it. Rupert Grint gets a bit more to do than simply be Ron Weasley after having left school, but is otherwise fairly disposable.

Martin Freeman showcases some splendidly unlikely teeth. Emily Blunt plays much more attractively than she has in any other film I've seen her in, and takes part in a foot massage scene with Nighy which is, frankly, the most sensuous scene I've seen on screen for a long time.

The movie was made by the same production company which made A Bunch Of Amateurs a couple of years ago and, notwithstanding the subject matter, it has a similar feel to it.

Victor, Tony and Rose bury the pair in the back yard and return to their lives. Three years later, Victor and Rose are married with a son named Angel; Tony also lives with them as Victor's apprentice.

While Angel is playing one morning, Tony comes outside asking Victor and Rose where the cat had gone off to.

They look at Angel in awe as he is innocently patting soft dirt into the yard, suggesting he killed and buried the cat. Victor smiles with pride.

The film received mixed reviews. Timeout London only giving it two out of five stars, saying that it feels like nothing has been "thought through.

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The project has been His professional routine is interrupted when he finds himself drawn to one of his intended victims, Rose Emily Blunt.

He spares her life, unexpectedly acquiring in the process a young apprentice, Tony Rupert Grint. Believing Victor to be a private detective, his two new companions tag along, while he attempts to thwart the murderous attentions of his unhappy client.

It was really funny and hilarious. I always love smart movies where the characters are not trying to be funny but the situation and dialogues make it funny.

Bill Nighy as a Hit Man is amazing, it was so good to see him under play the character and bring the smartness and sharpness to it. Emily Blunt is so radiant, the moment she comes on the screen the whole screen just light up.

I truly love her and this time she was really hilarious. She looks gorgeous as always and her chemistry with Bill Nighy and Rupert Grint is startling.

Rupert Grint is breaking off the Harry Porter fantasy genre and it's the right type of role for him. He was funny and completes the wacky trio.

Rupert Everett and his team were good. Overall I was laughing hard the entire time and it's a fell good movie till the end. Watch it, it's truly worth it.

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Metacritic Reviews. I guess he would have a great future career, especially in comedy. This definitely would be one of the most favorite movies on my list.

I watched this many times. Funny, entertaining, fresh, and hilarious. Go watch the movie. Worth seeing. And they had nice movie soundtracks BTW It was really funny and hilarious.

I always love smart movies where the characters are not trying to be funny but the situation and dialogues make it funny.

Bill Nighy as a Hit Man is amazing, it was so good to see him under play the character and bring the smartness and sharpness to it. Emily Blunt is so radiant, the moment she comes on the screen the whole screen just light up.

I truly love her and this time she was really hilarious. She looks gorgeous as always and her chemistry with Bill Nighy and Rupert Grint is startling.

Rupert Grint is breaking off the Harry Porter fantasy genre and it's the right type of role for him. He was funny and completes the wacky trio.

Rupert Everett and his team were good. Overall I was laughing hard the entire time and it's a fell good movie till the end.

Watch it, it's truly worth it. I'd put Wild Target amongst the movies that represent that kind of style. Bill Nighy brings up some classy-ness to his character.

A well trained assassin who thinks it's time to retire but that doesn't happen as easy as he'd wish. What's been happening for quite a time now is that very very good and young actors are coming up the big screen surface.

Emily Blunt is one of them and does a pretty good job as the attractive thief. Rupert Grint's supporting role is fresh, funny, more mature and just a little bit different that the one we've gotten used to in Harry Potter.

Of course i can't leave out the music. Beautiful tunes of all kinds in addition to the sunny scenery of Isle of Man.

Not a great movie hit, as far as the plot concerns, but it was a fun film to watch. Yes, there are silly moments in this film.

While not usually a fan of this genre, I enjoyed Wild Targets. Emily Blunt is sexy, funny and witty, pulls off her character of a con-artist very well.

Bill Nighy is uptight, OCD, understated and funny. Rupert Grint is daft, clueless, naive but still manages to be funny as the third wheel between Emily and Bill.

Great DVD Movie for a couples night out, no graphic violence there are quite a few murders, but no blood. MBunge 30 May I don't know if it was Bill Nighy's self-possession, Emily Blunt's kittenish radiance, the way it brightened up the dark humor or what, but I loved Wild Target.

From its opening murder to its closing comedic invocation of serial killer pathology, I was thoroughly amused and entertained. Part of it has to be that there are plenty of jokes and that they flow out of the established personalities of the characters, two things which surprisingly few comedies achieve.

Part of it has to be the marvelously light touch that director Jonathan Lynn brings to the proceedings.

Maybe part of it was I happened to be in the right mood for this film's charms. Whatever the reason, this was one of the more fun times I've had recently watching a movie.

Victor Maynard Bill Nighy is a very British hit-man who, as his infirm mother Eileen Atkins reminds him, is getting a bit on in years to still be single and childless.

After all, Victor should have someone to hand the family business to as Victor's assassin father did to him. When a beautifully reckless thief named Rose Emily Blunt scams , pounds out of the menacingly cultured Ferguson Rupert Everett for a forged painting, Victor is called in to take her out.

Happenstance prevents Victor from killing her until he's fallen completely under the spell of her audacious, oblivious approach to life.

When Ferguson tries to have Rose killed by someone else, Victor saves her and the two of them get tangled up with an aimless lad named Tony Rupert Grint , who demonstrates a surprising talent for violence and catches Victor's eye as the apprentice he's never had.

The three of them try to lie low but find they're almost as big a problem for each other as the hired killers Ferguson sets on their trail. If you pinned me down, I'd have to credit Wild Target with a near perfect beginning which not only established the tone of its story but also accomplished that oft neglected feat of giving the audience a reason to care about its main character.

With twin scenes of Victor practicing his French on the way to a defenestration and then sparing the life of the parrot eye witness to another killing, the viewer is clued in to the absurdity of the plot and encouraged to suspend disbelief about the morality of a professional murderer.

Seeing Victor kill two people without remorse and then balk at dispatching a defenseless animal is the hook the audience needs to grab onto Victor and establish a connection with him.

So many filmmakers automatically assume that connection with the main character exists and their films founder because of it. Nighy is delightful in his portrayal of a proper English gentleman who happens to kill people for a living.

It's a role that invites caricature but Nighy gives Victor a grounding in reality, or as close as is appropriate for the tone of this motion picture.

Blunt is damn near irresistible playing a woman with all the chaotic appeal of adolescent narcissism but without completely ignoring the aggravating aspects of such a personality.

They're absolutely great together, particularly with the interplay of Rose's unfettered sexuality with Victor's more rarefied appreciation of her.

And then the relationship between Victor and Tony compliments things so well. It exists independent of Rose and has its own funny dimension of deception and confusion.

Victor's inability to distinguish between a fatherly affection for Tony and possibly latent homosexuality, and Tony's unashamed reaction to his consternation, is wonderfully insightful of modern masculinity.

I'll admit that Rose gets a bit too stupid at the end and the movie leans a little too hard on the "family vibe" thinly built around Rose, Victor and Tony in a scene that's way too plainly melodramatic for the rest of the film.

Those minor deficiencies come too late in the game to spoil anything, however. Wild Target was fun to watch. I'm not entirely sure why, but maybe that's part of the fun.

This movie was pretty cool. It had all the stuff that a movie needs to be interesting; action, humor, love and thrills.

And it all came together in a very good way to make for a superb movie experience. The story was good and very easy to follow, straight forward, though there were no twists and odd turns of events, which could have made the movie a bit more interesting.

But the movie was far from being boring, despite it having a rather one-simple-way plot line. The story was very likable and compelling.

As for the characters, well Bill Nighy was amazing as the lead role, portraying the somewhat eccentric hit-man Victor Maynard.

There is something very charismatic about that man, and he was so well cast for this particular role. Moving on to Emily Blunt, in the role of Rose, well she did a good job as well, really bringing her on-the-edge character to life.

However, Rupert Grint in the role of Tony, that was the bomb! He was such a blast in this movie, and it was fantastic to see him in a mature role, stepping out of the wizardly shoes of the "Harry Potter" stuff.

And it was really good to see the way the characters were given the time and effort to evolve throughout the movie, growing and making you relate to them.

Few movies really get around this in a good way, but "Wild Target" managed to do that quite well. For some reason this movie was more than just your average run of the mill action comedy.

The way the characters were portrayed and how they came to life on the screen makes you really feel like you are right there in there with them.

And that is really the strongest link of the movie. There were some funny scenes and moments throughout the movie as well, though not the kind that will make you fall out of your seat with tears trickling down your cheeks.

But the comedy in the movie is just subtle enough to be appropriate, without making the movie come off as trying too hard. Thumbs way up for this movie.

Not that the premise sounded original, I decided to give this film a shot one morning. A hit man falls for his target and in the process has a strange sort of awakening while forming the family he never had time for in his younger days.

The actors all do a fine job but the script is so aimless and ill thought that this quickly becomes unwatchable. At first I was expecting a dark comedy with a modicum of violence but after the first act it's something else entirely, some sort of sickening love story with a message about family that no one can relate to.

There's about three things going on here besides the main story; Victor's crisis of self, his relationship with Rose, and his mentorship of Tony.

This would be difficult for all but the most of astute of film makers to competently put together and outright fails in Wild Target, even if it is meant to be a comedy.

From the get go there's so much focus placed on Victor's lack of a mate as well as his lack of a successor that once the three main characters show up on screen together it's painfully obvious where the story is headed.

The issue is that the "how" involved in this process is dull and uninspired. The "why" is so thin that I'm left scratching my head over what exactly these three are doing in this strange configuration.

To be brief, this arrangement is never developed. There's not a lick of characterization to suggest why the three of them have the need to form this familial unit so quickly.

Sure, the circumstances give reason to the formation of the unit but there's never any believable or fleshed out reasoning for the persistence and continuation of this "family" and the roles that each adopt.

The relationship between Rose and Victor is perhaps one of the worst on screen couples I've ever seen.

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