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3 Days to Kill (2014)

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  • Genre: Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date: 21 February 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 113 min
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3 Days to Kill (2014)


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  • IMDb page: 3 Days to Kill (2014)
  • Rate: 6.1/10 total 736 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date: 21 February 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 113 min
  • Filming Location: Paris, France
  • Director: McG
  • Stars: Kevin Costner, Hailee Steinfeld, Connie Nielsen | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Guillaume Roussel   
  • Soundtrack: Problem
  • Plot Keyword: Father Daughter Relationship | Desperation | Number In Title

Writing Credits By:

  • Adi Hasak (screenplay) &
  • Luc Besson (screenplay)
  • Luc Besson (story)

Known Trivia

    Plot: A dying Secret Service Agent trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter is offered an experimental drug that could save his life in exchange for one last assignment. Full summary » |  »

    Story: 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: hunting down the world’s most ruthless terrorist and looking after his teenage daughter for the first time in ten years, while his wife is out of town. Written byRelativity Media

    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Bruno Amestoy known as line producer
    • Luc Besson known as producer
    • Adi Hasak known as producer
    • Ryan Kavanaugh known as producer
    • Marc Libert known as producer
    • Virginie Silla known as producer
    • Breean Solberg known as production executive: Wonderland
    • Tucker Tooley known as executive producer
    • Andjelija Vlaisavljevic known as line producer: Serbia

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Kevin Costner known as Ethan Renner
    • Amber Heard known as Vivi Delay
    • Hailee Steinfeld known as Zoey Renner
    • Connie Nielsen known as Christine Renner
    • Tómas Lemarquis known as The Albino
    • Richard Sammel known as The Wolf
    • Marc Andréoni known as Mitat Yilmaz
    • Bruno Ricci known as Guido
    • Jonas Bloquet known as Hugh
    • Eriq Ebouaney known as Jules
    • Joakhim Sigue known as Abbate
    • Alison Valence known as Sumia
    • Big John known as Louis
    • Michaël Vander-Meiren known as Jacques
    • Paolo Calia known as JPG Salesman
    • Eric Naggar known as Attorney
    • Alexis Jacquin known as Young Man
    • Frederick Malahieude known as Tied Up Man
    • Patty Hannock known as School Principal
    • Marie Guillard known as Mitat's Wife
    • Alizee Delaruelle known as Twin Girl #1
    • Ilyana Delaruelle known as Twin Girl #2
    • Laurent Richard known as Sergeant
    • Xavier Lemaître known as Handsome Banker
    • Romane Ferreira known as Young Zooey
    • Philippe Reyno known as Young Agent Vivi
    • Axel Keravec known as Kid in the Bus
    • Laure Gouget known as Mother of Kid in the Bus
    • Rupert Wynne-James known as Hugh's Father
    • Clement Boegler known as Waiter
    • Shane Vives-Atsara Woodward known as Agent Axel (as Shane Woodward)
    • Peter J. Chaffey known as Agent 1
    • Milutin Milosevic known as Techie
    • Lamont Thompson known as Techie
    • Maï Anh Le known as Yasmin (as as Maï Anh Lê)
    • David Coburn known as Suit in Budapest
    • James Owen known as Hungarian Doctor
    • Miodrag Stevanovic known as Kiosk Owner (as Misko Stevanovic)
    • Omid Zader known as Sergei
    • Raymond J. Barry known as CIA Employee
    • Rob Roy Fitzgerald known as CIA Employee
    • Scott Burn known as The Butcher
    • Dragana Atlija known as Tennis Woman (uncredited)
    • Vincent Geirnaert known as (uncredited)
    • Yvonne Gradelet known as (uncredited)
    • Radoje Jelic known as Albino Guard #3 (uncredited)
    • Karine Pedurand known as (uncredited)
    • Eric Supply known as Invité (uncredited)
    • Nenad Todorovic known as Albino Bodyguard #1 (uncredited)
    • Aurelie Viau known as (uncredited)



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • Arleen Chavez known as hair stylist
    • Giorgio Gregorini known as hair department head
    • Jovana Jovanovic known as hairdresser: Serbia
    • Mario Michisanti known as makeup department head
    • Marinela Spasenovic known as makeup artist

    Art Department:

    • Nikita Abraskin known as laborer
    • Rajko Bakic known as prop maker
    • Mina Buric known as set decorator: Serbia
    • Slobodan Cadjo known as set dresser
    • Michael A. Casey known as set property master
    • Mathieu Chatagnon known as ripper
    • Christophe Chatel known as ripper
    • Muriel Chinal known as set dresser
    • Christophe Couzon known as art department assistant
    • Branko Cvijic known as assistant property master
    • Joe Del Monte known as construction coordinator
    • Stephanie Laurent Delarue known as assistant art director
    • Jonathan Delerue known as illustrator
    • Marko Dimitrijevic known as set decorator buyer
    • Nemanja Djordjevic known as laborer
    • Ryan Garton known as set designer
    • Tristan Girault known as property master
    • Helian Goichon known as art department assistant
    • Eddie Grisco known as property master
    • Mikel Hands known as set dresser (re-shoot)
    • Goran Ivanovic known as laborer
    • Ljubomir Kricak known as art department electrician
    • Nikola Lukaja known as art department electrician
    • Filip Maricevic known as props on set
    • Nikola Markovic known as painter
    • Adolfo Martínez Pérez known as storyboard artist
    • Radoslav Mihajlovic known as construction manager: Serbia
    • Jelena Milinovic known as leadman
    • Julie Mons known as assistant art director
    • Ranko Mutic known as upholsterer
    • Zeljko Pasic known as set dresser
    • Dusan Pesic known as set dresser
    • Dragovan Petrovic known as upholsterer
    • Eric Segol known as graphic designer
    • Nikola Stojanovic known as laborer
    • Uros Stojanovic known as graphic designer
    • Uros Stojanovic known as set dresser
    • Nuhi Termet known as assistant props on set
    • Bertrand Terreyre known as construction manager
    • Ivan Vulovic known as painter




    Production Companies:

    • 3DTK
    • EuropaCorp
    • Relativity Media
    • Wonderland Sound and Vision

    Other Companies:

    • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
    • Cineplanet  steadicam rental (shooting Serbia)
    • Cinésyl  grip and lighting equipment
    • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
    • EuropaCorp  funding
    • Work in Progress  production services: Serbia


    • Big Bang Media (2014) (Hungary) (theatrical)
    • Captive Cinema Distribution (2014) (Philippines) (theatrical)
    • E1 Films Canada (2014) (Canada) (theatrical)
    • EuropaCorp. Distribution (2013) (France) (theatrical)
    • Golden Village Pictures (2014) (Singapore) (theatrical)
    • Independent Films (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
    • Relativity Media (2014) (USA) (theatrical)
    • Roadshow Films (2014) (Australia) (theatrical)
    • Universum Film (UFA) (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
    • Joyncontents Group (2013) (South Korea) (all media)
    • Mongkol Major (2013) (Thailand) (all media)
    • Prorom Media-Trade (2014) (Hungary) (all media)
    • Prorom Media-Trade (2014) (Romania) (all media)
    • TriPictures (2014) (Spain) (all media)



    Other Stuff

    Visual Effects by:
    • Jerome Auliac known as digital compositor
    • David Bauer known as digital artist
    • Laurent Brett known as title designer
    • Matthieu Chatelier known as digital compositor
    • Simon Descamps known as visual effects producer
    • Christophe Ferrier known as visual effects supervisor
    • Lucien Fostier known as digital compositor
    • Delphine Garrelis known as digital compositor (as Delphine Toullet)
    • Gilles Giordan known as digital compositor
    • Mathieu Legros known as digital compositor
    • Sergeï Lourié known as digital compositor
    • Niranjan Siva known as digital compositor
    • Sofi Vaillant known as digital compositor

    MPAA: Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some sensuality and language



    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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    1. bodnarhd from United States
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      It is a lot like " True Lies" in that a lot of the movie is played forlaughs. Amber Heard fits her role very well. Kevin Costner is great asa man who has spent too much time on work and not enough time on hispersonal life. That is something most of us can relate too. I seepeople complain about the subplots but they are what make the moviefun. The character actors are great. Not a miss among them. The chasescenes are good with out going over the top. There were only a coupleof times where the movie goes to big explosive special effects thattake away from the story. The Daughter, played by Hailee Steinfeld, isexcellent. Haiee played Mattie Ross in "True Grit". It will be a greatloss to the screen if she goes into directing like she wants.

      Get some popcorn, sit back and enjoy the fun.

    2. DarkVulcan29 (DarkVulcan29@aol.com) from United States
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      Ethan(Kevin Costner) a CIA hit-man, who is the best, is looking toretire, and has been told he is terminally ill, has a few months leftto live. Ethan goes to Paris in hopes to make amends with estrangedwife (Connie Nielson) and teenage daughter Zooey(Haliee Steinfeld). ButCIA operative named Viva(Amber Heard) says he has too complete one lastassignment before he can retire. Will Ethan make it through?

      I was entertained by this film, it manages to balance the intenseaction thriller and lighthearted family film perfectly. Kevin Costnerhas still got it, he plays an incredible bad ass who is struggling toreconnect with his family, and he plays it with such awesomeness.Connie Nielson and Halie Steinfeld are great in there roles, not reallyplaying has cliché characters. Amber Heard is also good, I can see heras a new Bond girl in the future. If you loved the first Taken(2009),then you'll love 3 Days to Kill.

    3. kvalentine926-189-516307 from Bronx New York
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      I saw 3 days to kill at a movie preview.The promos for this movielooked pretty promising but within 5 minutes, I could tell this socalled action thriller would be a let down. First, Amber Heard plays acharacter way too young to be a seasoned CIA operative. In the initialmeeting with the CIA big shots, she looked like a girl fresh out ofcollege.The CIA seems to have opened their bank accounts to her as shespends money on unnecessary sexy disguises and fast cars that shereally doesn't need to advance the so-called plot of identifying andsetting up the assassination of a deadly terrorist. At least theterrorist isn't portrayed as the typical Western-hating Islam fanatic.Most of the action sequences are pretty tame with most of the bad guysbeing dummies with poor shooting skills.The relationship that the KevinCostner character very slowly develops with his daughter is really aforegone conclusion but the ring tone interruptions by his daughterwhile Kevin Costner is going about tracking the terrorist is amusing.

    4. gumperman from United States
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      From seeing the trailers, I expected a different kind of action filmthen what I saw. It doesn't make the film bad by any means, just as Isaid, not what I was expecting. You could very well tell the Luc Bessoninfluence, who wrote the story, co-wrote the screenplay & produced thefilm, from the odd pacing / editing of the film. A lot of the dialoguealso seemed foreign, and weirdly placed. Again, I'm not saying this isa bad film, just ya know. I envisioned a more action heavy / bareknuckles kind of film and it did have more of a character driven storythen I expected, so it still was a nice entertaining film and I lovedCostner in this. I kinda feel he's making a strong comeback, that I'mexcited for. I say if you like Costner, you love Besson, then this is afilm for you! :)

    5. secragt from United States
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      3 Days to Kill is getting eviscerated by some critics and it's kind oflike fighting the tides to suggest it's not as horrible as you've beenled to believe, but there it is. It's not a solid movie or even anentirely competent one but that's not to say it's not enjoyable on somelevel. Motivational and credibility problems abound. Confusion overAmber Heard's increasingly and utterly unexplained transformation frommousy, anonymous CIA analyst to naugahyde-spandex-painted femme in dayglo wigs and lipstick is a nagging problem. The forehead smackingcoincidence of The Wolf randomly winding up at the climactic Costnerfamily evening / dance is on the level of searing gas pains. And yet…there are virtues that make this movie surprisingly watchable if yourexpectations are low (and they surely are, right?)

      Costner is definitely a plus. He's far from the fresh-faced kid whobluffed his way through a CIA manhunt in the far superior NO WAY OUT,but he's got a certain vulnerable charm and grizzled gravitas thatmakes us care about him now in middle age. Given what we know aboutCostner's real career flame out, it's almost like this Costner is thesame Yuri from NWO had he never been detected. He's older and notnecessarily much wiser, pretty broken down by life and nearing the end,but he's finally realized what's important to him and it's not savingthe world. He's not going to even save his job; in fact, he's going todie pretty soon and probably be instantly forgotten by the world (wenever see any friends or family.) Naturally he wants to reconnect withhis estranged wife and daughter before he goes and it gives himpurpose. That well-worn premise might be eye-rolling on the page, butthere's something about Costner's performance that makes you buy ithere full retail. His scenes with daughter Steinfeld are mostlyeffective and affecting. He sells the helpless vulnerability of deeplyloving someone who can't trust him based on their history with just theright touch of angst and exasperation. While the walls are broken downa bit too quickly, it is ultimately a relationship we care about andthere is some good humor along the way that helps the experimentalmedicine go down.

      Amber Heard is not particularly helpful. She's way too young to havesuch apparent autonomy and confidence from the CIA, including unlimitedfunds for flashy, unnecessary cars and dominatrix wardrobes andaccessories as well as access to experimental drugs and classy / seedynightclubs where she apparently moonlights in exotic dancechoreography. For an agency famous for not trying to stick out, Heard'sfetishistic exhibitionism feels deeply at odds. The producers probablythrew in her outfits in a panic when they realized there was basicallyno sex in the story, but it's one of the least successful conceits inthe movie, which is saying a lot.

      The action sequences aren't bad, though they're mostly confined to theloud opening (what did Heard do with that "dirty bomb," by the way?)and the late entertaining if unlikely sequence where Costner wreakshavoc on a convoy with little more than a bicycle and some small armsand tear gas. A surprising amount of cold violence is interspersed withwarmer family building scenes, which is sometimes jarring. There is afair amount of humor attempted (the daughter's running ringtone gag ismost successful) but it doesn't always work. The humor does serve tohumanize Costner, however, and he plays most of it winningly. In thewar of attrition on uneasy tone shifts and credibility, this gambitultimately pays off because it makes us willing to take this unlikelyride with him even if we aren't completely satisfied where it ends up.In movies, just like life, not all journeys wind up where you want. Butsometimes the ride isn't so bad when you take it with a friend.

    6. paris_whitney_hilton_nyc from United States
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      3 Days To Kill is your typical run of the mill action movies you'veprobably seen hundreds of times before . CIA agent Kevin Costner ischasing the Wolf who possesses some dirty nuclear bombs he would loveto sell to some very naughty terrorists . The movie begins with the nowtoo familiar shootouts, explosions, chase, and fight scenes . And thencomes the idiotic subplots . Costner is dying from brain cancer and hasonly months to live . Not to worry because a beautiful, fast driving,platinum blonde, leather clad, CIA boss, Amber Heard comes along in thenick of time . She pulls a hypodermic needle the size of a footballpump out of her handbag . It contains a not yet FDA approved anti braincancer drug . This gives Costner a temporary new lease on life . So hegoes back to his rundown tenement house located in the shabbiest partof Paris . Well guess what ? A large homeless North African Blackfamily decided to move in to his dilapidated apartment during hisabsence . They have even taken the liberty of painting his bedroom anawful shade of yellow ! Don't worry, Costner's arsenal of handguns andassault rifles have been well cared for by the older gentleman squatterwho now resides there . Subplot number 3 is next as the dying Costnerdecides to look up his ex wife and rebellious 16 year old daughter hehasn't seen in about 10 years . Predictably, the movie goes fromCostner being a complete stranger to the most annoying hands-on, knowit all dad, and of course the most merciless cold blooded killer theCIA has ever had . Unfortunately, seductive Amber Heard's sexy scenesare few and far between . I enjoyed seeing her various hair styles andleather dominatrix outfits in this otherwise tedious and imbecilicmovie . The ending is similar to that of Taken 2 . All the bad guys, Iguess about one hundred , are dead . His wife and daughter love andidolize him dearly , and for Christmas he receives not a necktie butanother giant hypodermic horse needle filled with the magic potion tokeep him alive a little longer . Hopefully, it's not to make a sequel !I would rather spend 3 days in the dentist's chair getting a root canalthan having to watch 3 Days To Kill again .

      I gave 3 Days To Kill a generous 2 ** stars out of a possible 10 . Passthis awful mess up . You will thank me later . Not Hot ! ………….PWH

    7. tristan_erwin from United States
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      3 Days to Kill is all and all a very good film. Certainly one a wideaudience can enjoy. The film is an energetic blend of action, drama andcomedy. The film itself seems to be working at it's best in the dramadepartment where we are immediately reminded why Kevin Costner has wonso many Oscars over the years. The brand of humor is pretty odd for atheatrical film in this day and age, the comedy seems to be more suitedfor a film made in the 1990's but it works here to great effect.Costner wears the role of action hero incredibly well and is easily thereason why this film is such a great movie, the flow of the film can bea tad convoluted at times but Costner's steady presence saves the movieand easily makes it likely to be one of the better films of the firstquarter of 2014. I loved the movie and will definitely be picking it upon blu-ray when it comes out on home video, I will probably even go seeit again in theaters when I have the time. It is definitely a movie tosee in theaters so grab your friends and buy some tickets and get readyfor a wild ride!

    8. steve beard (stevendbeard@aol.com) from United States
      23 Feb 2014, 6:00 pm

      I saw "3 Days to Kill", starring Kevin Costner_Man of Steel, Malibu HotSummer; Amber Heard_Machete Kills, Pineapple Express; HaileeSteinfeld_Ender's Game, True Grit_2010 and Connie Nielsen_TheFollowing_t.v., Gladiator.

      This is a comical action thriller directed by McG_This Means War, theCharlie's Angels movies_and written by Luc Besson_the Taken movies, theTransporter movies and the La Femme Nikita movies and t.v. series.Kevin plays a C.I.A. agent that discovers he has cancer. He decides toquit the business and reconnect with his estranged family, consistingof his wife Connie and his daughter Hailee. He has not seen them infive years because of his work and wants to spend his last days tryingto make up for it. Amber shows up and wants Kevin for 'One lastmission' to stop a nuclear arms dealer but Kevin refuses. That is,until Amber offers Kevin an experimental drug that may prolong hislife, if not cure him. Then, bad guys beware, because the fun beginswith car chases, gun fights, fist fights and, oh yeah, trying toconnect with a teen-aged daughter. It's rated "PG-13" for violence,language and sexual content_no nudity_and has a running time of 1 hour& 53 minutes. I am a Luc Besson fan and I really enjoyed this movie. Iwould buy it on Blu-Ray.

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