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  Assassins (1996)
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Two hit-men (Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas) have a deadly rivalry.

The kind of movie whose press kit lists seven producers, headed by the obnoxious Joel Silver, ahead of the three writers, who, however, prove to be equally obnoxious. And, further, the kind of movie whose plot you cannot really follow because it is a) convoluted beyond unscrambling by the ordinary brain, b) distasteful beyond endurance by a normal stomach, and c) stupid.
(John Simon, National Review)
Quite a few action movies insult the intelligence, but this one is so idiotic, incomprehensible and interminable that it is clearly based on the assumption that its audience has no intelligence to insult.
(Chris Tookey, Daily Mail)

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