Nighy stars as Victor Maynard, a fastidious British assassin who lives alone, carrying on the family business of killing at the urging of his demanding mother (Atkins). His latest target is Rose (Blunt), a bohemian con artist who has crossed a crime boss and art collector (Everett) by trying to sell him a fake Rembrandt.
Blunt gets to wear a super-cute, retro party dress for the occasion, though. Actually, her whole wardrobe is stylish, which only calls to mind her sharp work in "The Devil Wears Prada" and makes it glaringly obvious that she, and all the actors involved, have had better opportunities to nail their targets.
Naturally BN is brought in to take care of EB for RE and is repeatedly and accidentally outwitted by her and fate plot devices. All the near misses mean he spends longer tailing the target than usual and builds a sense of kinship****. This naturally means he ends up saving her life with some help from an adorably klutzy Rupert Grint. RG joins up with them after a highly unlikely set of random happenings and bungled killings in a car park and they speed off in a mini. Best of british and all that jazz.
Unable to kill his latest target, Rose, veteran hitman Victor winds up hanging out with her and an unexpected sidekick who thinks Victor is a detective. Meanwhile, he deals with both his overbearing mother and the angry client who wants Rose dead.
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