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Easy Money: Hard to Kill (2014)



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Former business student JW is serving time for drug smuggling as Jorge flees Switzerland following a botched drug deal, and finds himself on the run from Mahmud, who has targeted him for death in a bid to settle a sizable debt with feared Serbian crime-boss Radovan. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Joel Kinnaman
as Johan 'JW' Westlund
Fares Fares
as Mahmoud
Dejan Cukic
as Radovan
Lisa Henni
as Sophie
Cedomir Djordjevic
as Radovans män
Stanko Sasha Dzakovic
as Radovan's Man
Oliver Krstic
as Radovan's Man
Sasa Petrovic
as Radovan's Man
Hamdisa Causevic
as Radovan's Man
Rolf Jenner
as Axel Bolinder
Kina Jacobsson
as Crime Care Manager
Silvana Mardini
as Woman at Wedding
Joanna Voss
as Woman at Foster Home
Mads Korsgaard
as Nippe's Friend
Elin Swedsudde
as Receptionist
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Critic Reviews for Easy Money: Hard to Kill

All Critics (20) | Top Critics (12)

Thin, intense and yet somehow cool, Kinnaman is on his way to stardom, and it's easy to see how these movies gave him lift off. This is a tough, crackling crime story, well-executed and tense throughout.

February 21, 2014 | Rating: B | Full Review…

A deep pool of underworld characters and a focus on multicultural tensions in Stockholm lend crime drama some added interest in "Easy Money: Hard to Kill" ...

February 20, 2014 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

...Easy Money: Hard To Kill does what sequels should-it widens the thematic playing area of the tale told so far, even while thinning out the cast further, and it makes us look forward, with only slightly tempered expectations, to installment 3.

February 14, 2014 | Rating: B

Given the substance that was already inherent in the material, it seems wasteful for the filmmakers to discard it for the sake of one more guns-cocked standoff.

February 14, 2014 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

Because JW isn't the strutting, duplicitous peacock he was in the first movie, the role isn't as rewarding this time out.

February 13, 2014 | Full Review…

Though "Hard to Kill" forges new ground on the rich character histories developed in the first film, they feel like a random trio assigned the same punishment whose lives eventually intersect - and as such, the emotional moments never land.

February 13, 2014 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Easy Money: Hard to Kill

This is the second in a series of three and the least interesting of them. As the films go on, you start simply waiting for everyone to be killed. Jorge was better as a grungy type with long hair and street clothes: he lacks style in rich trappings. The big heist by a beefy, wordless gang is implausibly professional. The gothic theme seems like a strangely misplaced cameo borrowed from Scarface, or possibly the Addams family, and ending up somehow as a spaghetti western. But the moment you see the lovers smiling at each other from their ambulance stretchers, you know that it has lost the drift and the ending of film three is a shaky fantasy. Check the fringe: it's too much. The film is mostly bloody violence as entertainment, full of anti-heroes, yet, even then, the subtitles tone down some of the language, and it ends up wanting to be mainstream. Once again, it will fill in the time, but maybe Scandi crime is getting guilty of just cashing in now.

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A taunt, stylish, tense and riveting crime-thriller. A mesmerizing and electrifying new chapter to this thrilling series. I loved how the films four leads had entirely different story-lines and showing how they were unfolding and seeing how they are trying but not succeeding in bettering their situations. A terrific sequel that has a groove that's all its own with its four leads going in different directions that eventually spins out of control. A razor-sharp and wickedly entertaining edge of your seat crime movie. It's vivid, inventive, utterly cool and very effective. A tough, crackling and well-executed thrill-ride that stands next to the original just fine, its not a superior sequel but works well and adds the right amount of flavor. Director, Babak Najafi brings the characters new challenges and makes you feel more for them and dazzles us with exciting action, tense moments and raw energy. The cast is truly fantastic. Joel Kinnaman is electrifying he is truly on his way stardom, he has the looks, charisma and energy to be one of the greats. Mattias Padin is excellent. Dragomir Mrado is outstanding. Fares Fares is terrific.

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