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  • Actors: John Ritter, Kyra Sedgwick, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Robbie Coltrane, Robin Tunney
  • Directors: Jennifer Leitzes
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen, Colour
  • Language: English, Italian
  • Subtitles: Italian
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: One Movie
  • Run Time: 95.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0056XGCU8

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By johnnie the bigkid on 19 May 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Clever script, great cast & some light touches to offset the more violent scenes. Disappointing ending, but the story to get there is well worth the time.
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By Steve on 5 Aug 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
'Not bad shoot 'em up type story. Story line a bit predictable but watchable. Don't expect too many twists and turns but worth it to see Robyn.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. WILLIAMS on 1 Jun 2010
Format: DVD
The general plot for this film is quite good and Kyra Sedgwick is well cast as the female hit-woman which made a change.Robin Tunney as Kitty the office slapper of the badly cast Robbie Coltrane plays a good part and Stanley Tucci as usual gives goog value for money.As mentioned there are enough actors around who could have played Coltranes part without employing him with his unbelievably awful and grating accent!Kyra becomes the target of her own people when something goes awry as she is trying to bring Robin Tunney back to Coltrane after she had run off and had momentarily left an almost unconscious Tunney in the charge of Coltranes slightly deranged,but over-sexed son!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Wilden on 23 Sep 2014
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Waste of time
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
�Nothing Personal� 9 Mar 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
`Nothing Personal', as this movie was originally and more aptly titled, is a low-key, darkly funny and engaging depiction of a dysfunctional 'family' of professional assassins in the throes of an internal power struggle. Claire (Kyra Sedgwick) and Nick (Stanley Tucci), a killer team with a romantic past, are sent to retrieve a wayward money-runner who has sold-out their boss (Robbie Coltrane). Thrust into the middle of a plot involving shifting alliances, challenged loyalties and crooked self-actualization theory, the attentive veiwer will be rewarded with many small moments that add up to a movie more substantial than it appears at first blush.
Strong points: The Hoebers' taut script; Director Leitzes' willingness to allow us to deduce much of the movie's background story w/out condescending paint-by-numbers scenes or lame expository dialogue; an effective cast featuring Sedgwick and Tucci's gently expressed adult partnership facing an inexorable fate; Philip Seymour Hoffman's unctuously ambitious provocateur; John Ritter's brief but effectively weighty performance; and perhaps most impressive, Robin Tunney's momentum building depiction of the consistently underestimated `Kitty'.
Weak points: Coltrane's `Boss' seems a bit scattered and inexplicably motivated; a few loose ends in the plot; a vaguely un-anchored setting devoid of police, witnesses or collateral damage.
$8.50 moments: Response of two assassins to being ordered to kill Nick; Claire's turn-about at the tree (and the little boy who drops in); Nick's impression of Elmer Fudd.
This movie's outlook and humor is reminiscent of some of the lack of "honor among thieves" and violence-based humor seen recently in `Out of Sight' and `Grosse Pointe Blank' (admittedly better movies). So, if you enjoyed those `adult' comedies, I'd wager you won't regret spending ninety-odd minutes with `Montana'.
"$8.50 moment": the point in a movie when you feel you definitely got your money's worth (value determined by the current average cost of a movie ticket in NYC).
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
More people need to see this. 23 July 2004
By Donkey Dick - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Aside from its refreshingly stripped-down plot, MONTANA is a pretty complex film. I say this because it works on so many levels, and is essentially impossible to pigeonhole stylistically. I suppose it's a crime drama more than anything else, but it's also hilarious, very violent, and not without a healthy dose of action fireworks.

Kyra Sedgewick is amazing as Claire, the only female part of a syndicate of hitmen. Her partner and possible love interest is terminally ill Nick (also played to perfection by Stanley Tucci). In charge of the whole operation is The Boss (Robbie Coltrane), and his assistant, Duncan (Philip Seymour Hoffman). When the Boss's mistress, Kitty (Robin Tunney) runs off, he sends Claire and his son, Jimmy (Ethan Embry), to go retrieve her. Once they find her, Jimmy attempts to rape her, and with nothing else to lose, Kitty shoots him in the head. This, of course, puts Claire in a very bad position.

Every aspect of this film is great. The screenplay (by Erich and Jon Hoeber) is witty, quick, very real, and devoid of convention. Leitzes's direction is down-to-earth, but hardly amateurish, and again, lacking any indie arrogance or MTV trickery. And you couldn't ask for a better group of actors -- there's a real chemistry there.

MONTANA is not going to change your life, but it is a truly exceptional film, and should certainly be unearthed from obscurity.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
You gotta love it 2 May 2004
By John Schowalter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
It is easy to see why this movie has with DVD reached cult status. It is John Woo perfect on the conflict between loyalty and integrity, with only two-thirds of the blood. "I love bananas because they have no bones and I hate peaches, because they have stones" - you gotta love it.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
It's beautifull. 21 Nov 2003
By MarianaP - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I liked the laid back feel it has.
What I remember most about the movie is the couple and their relationship. I like them because they are witty and strong, and they love each other in a sweet, loyal way that is the total opposite of the saccharine, phony romances I keep seeing in Hollywood films. They are grown-ups and they look like real people and they're charismatic individuals. That's a very needed break from all the bratty, spoiled silly, no-brain teenage movies the movie industry tries (to no avail) to force down my throat.
If it were a samurai movie or something, placed in such an alien and exotic place that your moral code somehow doesn't apply anymore, I wouldn't wonder "Why am I rooting and feeling for a couple or payed assassins?" But although it is placed in our world and our time it's like it's another dimension where it's OK for criminals to be talking to you about morals. They make me want to believe, which just might be the best compliment one can pay to a movie.
I would definitely buy it. And the boss is the giant in Harry Potter.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Fabulous work by a young talented director 30 Jan 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Guns, Blood, Deceit, Lies=Really Cool Flick What a powerful role for a woman- we need to have more of these characters. An exemplary movie by this first time female director. You go girl!!!
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