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The Hit Girl


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  • Directors: James Ward
  • Format: Color, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Three Degrees OFF Center Productions
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BR7XRYG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #217,665 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

THE HIT GIRL tells the story of a hit man named Bill, while on a mission encounters a magical statue which transforms him into a teenage girl. Renamed Jessica by his timid, movie quoting niece Suzy, 'she' must now rely on Suzy's help in dealing with both the problems that come with being a teenage girl, and completing 'her' latest assignment. A job made that much more difficult now that Jessica stands at 4'11" and weighs under a hundred pounds. How will she be able survive a gang of armed gunman, when she now finds herself being easily bullied by a group of catty teenage girls? Will Bill ever get his life back or will 'she' be stuck as Jessica forever?

Customer Reviews

Acting was good, story was good.
Chris Winchester
I highly recommend this movie and look forward to seeing more from this studio in the future!
SuperMom
Which by the way I liked both movies I just mentioned.
Shelly Huband

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By GJ on April 24, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I saw this movie advertised on another web page earlier this yr.Then in a random search here.I came across this movie.Surprised at all the positive reviews .I decided to give this movie a chance.It didn't disappoint. An odd mix of tough guy,teenage,slapstick and a little crude humor this is just one funny ride.acting and sets were good,the sound track seemed too be a bit off had to adjust volume for action scenes and some talking(if was possible id give it 4.5 for this).Warning may have spoilers.
The movie in a nutshell -Bill is a hit man ,who takes a job in his old neighborhood.He decides too visit his sister and his niece who still live there.His sister's work allows her too bring home museum .pieces,one of which is a statue of a woman holding scales.Bill is talked into babysitting his movie buff niece ,when his sister is called into work over night. At one point they end up in the same room as the figure.He leans on it and says he'd rather have the problems of a teenage girl as opposed too his own.From going too bed 44 yr old man to waking up 14 yr old girl.Life or is it magic has thrown Bill now dubbed Jessica -quite a large curve .But the job must get done. So begins training ,quite humorously too as those manly heavy dumbbells along with those big guns,aren't going too cut it anymore.Not when his new smaller body can be pushed around by bigger girls.Its the smaller dumbbells,and guns for this kid.Adding too this is learning new life lessons from other girls,niece and his sister. Can she get the job done? Will she go back too normal? Take a chance on this movie and find out.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Geoffrey Kidd on March 18, 2013
Format: DVD
Disclaimer: I was one of the project's backers on kickstarter.

And I'm very pleased that my money was well-given. This is a fun romp from beginning to end. The story is engaging, the people (except, of course, the bad guys) likeable, the dialogue funny and surprising and the ending was superb. This was worth my time to watch, and I'll enjoy sitting through it again. I'm familiar with an awful lot of the "tg-transformation" tropes, but James Ward managed to surprise me and engage me with a story that, once you accept the premise, never once strained my suspension of disbelief and got me to laugh like hell.

This one is a keeper.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lisa McKinley on March 15, 2013
Format: DVD
Wow! I love supporting indie-anything, and this endeavor by indie film maker James Ward really delivers!! The Hit Girl is a surprisingly well-rounded effort; the script is fresh and entertaining; the characters are extremely likable; the acting is extremely well done, and the cinematography is pretty darn seamless - - nothing jarring to take you out of the moment while watching. I hate to sound like a skeptic by using a word like "surprisingly", but the quality of this movie is much more "mature" than I was anticipating. I am willing to compare it to Robert Rodriguez' first effort, El Mariachi, which was more low-budget-looking than The Hit Girl, in my opinion.

I am the mother of 4, but my kids are all >13+ yrs now, so this movie was appropriate for them all to enjoy. No gratuitous language, some violence (after all, it is about a hitman, errr, hit girl!), and some fairly tame strip club action, but overall a movie that parents can enjoy with their teens. There is plenty of humor, subtle humor, not in your face farce humor. I am a sucker for strong female characters who are forced by circumstances beyond their control to conquer their fear and discomfort in order to defend and protect others (a la Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and I have to say, the characters of the hit girl and the niece were strongly written to fit that bill. As the mom of girls, I really appreciate that! I highly recommend The Hit Girl!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Megan on March 11, 2013
Format: DVD
We loved watching this movie! We found it to be action packed and filled with laughs!

My husband and I both found the writing & directing to be superb! Awesome job!

The entire cast deserves major applause for delivering some of the best acting we have seen!

This is definitely one we are recommending to friends and are watching again! :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris C. on March 12, 2013
Format: DVD
From the director/writer who brought us "Identity Theft", James Ward has done it again! Using his "body-switch" playbook, he has upted the antie with another winner! Increased production values, more locations, and a larger cast makes Ward's latest indie movie move into the world of theatrical-looking releases. His efforts of writing are never condescending or blatantly crass, going for the "shock value" most indie film makers go for these days. Instead, Ward carefully crafts his movie with an obviously eye for flair and comedy without having to stoop to the lowest common demoninator of F-bombs, gratutious sex, or 'dick jokes'. "The Hit Girl", although a movie about an assassin, has so little blood that it reminded me of an early John Carpenter and his movies. This is an enjoyable movie that you can easily see that the actors were having as much fun making as was the crew. And best of all, the acting is a cut above the usual smaller indie films which pull acting talent wherever and whenever they can find it. Ward cast many of Ventura County's theater people in his movie for his talent pool and it shows on screen...another feather in his resource cap. I, personally, am looking forward to his next endeavor!
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