A young man abandons his family for a solitary life of fly-fishing. His goal was to find his own way in the fishing world and thereby find himself and love. Dying of brain cancer, a dangerous international spy is determined to give up his high stakes life to finally build a closer relationship with his estranged wife and daughter, whom he's previously kept at arm's length to keep out of danger; but first, he must complete one last mission - even if it means juggling the two toughest assignments yet: hunt down the world's most ruthless terrorist and look after his teenage daughter for the first time in ten years while his wife is out of town.
Written by Relativity Media. Continuing my plan to watch every movie in Kevin Costner's filmography in order I come to 's three days to kill. Plot In A Paragraph: Ethan Renner KC an estranged father, with limited time to live, desperately tries to reconnect with his estranged wife and daughter before his death.
I guess, that is a fair description. But there is more to it than that!! It is also an melodrama mixed in with foreign intrigue, assassination plots, kidnappings, and murders.
There is plenty going on. Maybe it would have been better in Luc Besson's directed his own script, as it seems uneven at times.
Ridiculously implausible, but that doesn't take away from its entertainment value at times. There is a silly sub-plot about a squatting family of immigrants who have taken shelter in KC's flat, but the distraction is minimal.
The annoying daughters bratty attitude grows tiresome early on I actually wanted several horrible fates to befall her but she is worth protection by the ended the movie. Confusion over Amber Heard's increasingly and utterly unexplained transformation from mousy, anonymous CIA analyst to naugahyde-spandex-painted femme in day glo wigs and lipstick is a nagging problem Kevin Costner makes this material far better than it deserves to be.
A dancer onstage appears to be naked, though she is mostly obscured by smoke, and nothing explicit is shown. A main character is shown wearing seductive clothing, and in one shot, she stands over the fallen hero wearing a leather skirt; there is some mild spoken innuendo about this incident.
Language is very infrequent, but does contain the occasional strong word, such as "f--k," "s--t," "damn," "hell," and "Jesus Christ. Characters are shown sipping wine at home, or drinking casually in clubs. When the character gets his "attacks" and begins hallucinating, vodka is said to calm him down. He drinks roughly two-thirds of a bottle and, in a comical moment, is shown to be a bit tipsy. Parents need to know that 3 Days to Kill is another slick, lightweight action movie by writer and producer Luc Besson.
Nothing is very realistic and nothing is meant to be taken too seriously, but the stylized violence includes lots of shooting and killing, with very little consequence. Some blood is shown, but the movie is not overly gory. There's also some comical torture to get information, and a brief suggestion of teen boys attempting to sexually assault a teen girl. Language is infrequent but does include uses of "f--k" and "s--t.
A naked female bottom is shown in a tattoo parlor. There is some casual background drinking and one instance of drinking to comic effect. Teens may be drawn to younger stars Amber Heard or Hailee Steinfeld.
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In the exceedingly dumb and tonally lunatic action-thriller 3 Days to Kill , Kevin Costner plays an expatriate CIA assassin whose shoot-outs with, and slow torture of, various Parisian arms dealers are routinely interrupted by calls from his teenage daughter, whose ringtone is the peppy Icona Pop song "I Love It" - the one with the oft-repeated chorus of "I don't care.
I suppose, in the end, director McG's latest is no worse than the similarly themed Liam Neeson vehicle Taken , that other Luc Besson-written and -produced movie about an American CIA operative and overprotective father forced to clean up urban France. But given five years of distance from that unpleasant smash hit, it certainly seems worse. An incoherent melange of pummeling PG violence and painfully unfunny verbal and visual slapstick - and one boasting a Costner performance that you could call "phoned in" if the actor didn't appear too lazily unmotivated to even look for the phone - 3 Days to Kill is a wretched chore to sit through.
And it's especially awful whenever the storyline is sacrificed for yet another endless montage of Costner taking screen daughter Hailee Stienfeld to an amusement park or teaching her how to ride a bike or slow dance on his feet; throughout the film, Costner's character keeps forgetting about his plans with the girl, and also appears to have forgotten that she's not six.