Artisan Entertainment | Release Date: April 17, 1998
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Universal acclaim based on 53 Ratings
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Compartment46Feb 16, 2016
Suicide Kings has a terrific, classic performance from Christopher Walken. The cast does a fine job of building tension and keeping the plot convoluted for the audience. The movie is surprising and is a witty addition to the crime thrillerSuicide Kings has a terrific, classic performance from Christopher Walken. The cast does a fine job of building tension and keeping the plot convoluted for the audience. The movie is surprising and is a witty addition to the crime thriller genre. Johnny Galecki from The Big Bang Theory is also hilarious in this movie as Ira who owns the house. Expand
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CalibMcBoltsMay 30, 2016
I really dont get the low scores by anyone everywhere. I loved this film, it was tense, entertaining, surprising, well-acted and well-written (some parts). What more do you want. It's by no means a perfect movie and the script is a bitI really dont get the low scores by anyone everywhere. I loved this film, it was tense, entertaining, surprising, well-acted and well-written (some parts). What more do you want. It's by no means a perfect movie and the script is a bit conventional, but it sure as hell is an entertaining crime mystery.
It's surprisingly good. Starts off maybe a bit silly and random, but gets better and better as it goes on. The twists at the end are completely unpredictable, but there are so many twists it does become a little bit ridiculous. However, very surprising.

Great cast, of stars and stars-to-be: Christopher Walken, Dennis Leary, Jay Mohr, Sean Patrick Flannery. Christopher Walken brings his usual brooding intensity, Dennis Leary the humour and wisecracks (apparently many of his lines were ad libbed) and Jay Mohr the insanity. Also includes Johnny Galecki, long before he was famous for Big Bang Theory.
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