Stressed to Kill (2016)

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Stressed to Kill: Directed by Mark Savage. With Armand Assante, Bill Oberst Jr., Tamara Austin, Lance Tafelski. To reduce his blood pressure after a heart attack, a man begins killing the people who are stressing him out.

“In Alfred Hitchcocku0026#39;s u0026quot;Strangers on a Trainu0026quot;(1951), two strangers each agree to kill someone the other person wants disposed of. In u0026quot;Stressed to Killu0026quot; (2016) history repeats itself, only this time the protagonists are two very good friends. One of them he does more than that, he first train himself by killing several very annoying people that appear in his pathetic existence, managing to escape the stress permanently produced by his own wife, who has an affair with a big belly idiot. Bill Oberst Jr. is very effective in the role of Bill Johnson. I found myself in the character, I do not like neither to be bothered by morons in cinemas. The difference is that I do not kill people. I beat a few, thatu0026#39;s right, on several occasions, in different theaters at different films. Armand Assante is OK in the role of unorthodox policeman and a little mental disturbed himself. The movie is good but I would have liked it more faster, more dynamic, it has some moments when the pace is too slow.”

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