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A New York City money launderer named Moe Diamond (Liam Hemsworth) desperately searches for answers after waking up with no memory, millions in stolen cash and drugs, and an insane crew of dirty cops violently hunting him down.


  • Liam Hemsworth
  • Emory Cohen
  • Diane Guerrero
  • Zlatko Buric
  • Suraj Sharma
  • Nickola Shreli
  • Mike Moh
  • John Cenatiempo
  • Souleymane Sy Savane
  • Stivi Paskoski

Did You Know?


  • The 400 oz. gold bar shown in the beginning would cost over half a million US dollars. The amount of cash required would be much more than the two small bags shown. Each stack of 100 dollar bills is 10k. 50 of these would be needed. That would require a briefcase.
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Verified Review

I really enjoyed this violent tale. It was beautifully shot and takes us to a New York seldom seen anymore. The story of two best friends that get in way over their head when they foil a trap set by corrupt New York cops... the story takes many twists and turns and builds to an amazing reveal in the finale. I love this sort of film and recommend for those who enjoy gritty crime films.

Naomi S
Verified Review

Enjoyed the film from beginning to end. Slow but tense

Juan G


Aug 29, 2019

The gritty pic's aesthetic scratches an itch for lovers of '70s/'80s urban grime. But atmosphere and attitude overwhelm story here, and trotting out old tropes like amnesia doesn't help.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
Aug 28, 2019

Killerman lacks personality both stylistically and in its overall story construction.

Metacritic review by Carlos Aguilar
Carlos Aguilar
Aug 23, 2019

This movie staggers along. So many of its sins could be minimized by an unsentimental slashing of establishing shots and establishing scenes, a thinning out of that dead-zone in the middle and a vigorous pass at the nervy but too drawn-out finale.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation