Time To Kill (2014) Short Film Review – Viewed 05/10/2015

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Director: Justin Rettke

Cast: Christopher T. Wood, Deacon Ledges

Genre: Short, Comedy, Crime

Age Rating: [Unrated]

Running Time: 10 minutes

Director Justin Rettke brings the refreshing, and surprisingly humorous story of a deadly hit-man and his four hour struggle of trying to kill time before his ‘hit’ arrives through the door.

One of the beauties of short film is that we are given the ability to experience a glimpse of a good cinematic story, with quality actors and finish watching it with a desire to watch more. Christopher T. Wood definitely demonstrates this with a great performance, leading the entire ten minutes with his cool hit-man look and yet a vulnerable and comical character which we can empathise with and relate to.

Overall, TIME TO KILL is a very enjoyable, light-hearted short with a criminal plot which you completely forget about right until the end. Brilliant comedy work from Christopher T. Wood, and he is definitely one to watch for the future.

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Recommendation: A ten minute chuckle which with a very similar feeling to scenes in SNATCH.


A huge thanks to Actor Christopher T. Wood for providing us with the opportunity to write about this film and I wish the film all the best for the rest of the year.

Watch The Full 10 Minute Film Right Here:


Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimeToKillMovie

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3503464/

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