Pick a random title The Suicide Theory

2015 3.0/5 R SuperHD 96 minutes

After failing to commit suicide, Percival pays a hit man to kill him. When that doesn't work, Percival learns that he's cursed with immortality.

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Steve Mouzakis, Leon Cain, Zoe de Plevitz, Sean Frazer, Christian McCarty, Matthew Scully, Paul Geoghan, Todd Levi Directed by Dru Brown

Dramas, Crime Dramas, Independent Dramas, Thrillers, Crime Thrillers, Independent Thrillers, Independent Movies, Australian Movies

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A contrived but weirdly compelling thriller involving a tortured hitman, his willing prey, and the inexplicable curse that keeps them both from realizing their shared goal.

Justin Chang, Variety, 2015-07-12

 

"Suicide Theory" does boast a couple of intriguingly complex characters, however, and some interesting points on how little satisfaction is derived from retribution, especially when what goes around reliably comes around.

Martin Tsai, Los Angeles Times, 2015-07-09

 

It sounds preposterous, and much of the movie is over the top, but the energy of the actors carries it for long stretches.

John Hartl, Seattle Times, 2015-07-09

 

Its faults aside, The Suicide Theory is a truly touching story about our need for human contact. It's strange, goofy, surreal, and deeply gratifying.

Tirdad Derakhshani, Philadelphia Inquirer, 2015-07-09

 

the Australian neo-noir thriller The Suicide Theory is a smartly written and satisfying take on the hitman genre featuring a standout performance from Steve Mouzakis.

Cary Darling, Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com, 2015-07-09

 

Hit man thrillers are a dime a dozen, but director Dru Brown's Aussie variation on the familiar genre takes some seriously clever, nasty turns.

Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter, 2015-07-08