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In typical romantic-comedy fashion, Jen Kornfeldt (Heigl) has just been broken up with at the start of Killers. She travels with her parents, played by Tom Selleck and Catherine O’Hara, to Nice, France, where she meets the handsome and charming Spencer Aimes (Kutcher). Jen agrees to go out with Spencer for a drink, but before the big date, Spencer has to … plant a bomb on a helicopter. He soon ends up falling hard for Jen and wants to give up his life as a professional assassin, asking her father for her hand in marriage.

Killers then picks up years later when the two are married and living a simpler life. Jen surprises Spencer on his birthday with a trip to the place where they first met — which Spencer isn’t exactly thrilled about because it puts him in contention with his old life. As expected, Spencer soon finds himself in his former boss’ crosshairs and is given an ultimatum to take on one last job or suffer the consequences. Will his marriage be able to survive the increasingly hostile stakes Spencer finds himself in the middle of?

You’ll find plenty of familiar faces (and voices) when you watch this movie in 2021 — including the likes of Katheryn Winnick (VikingsBig Sky), Rob Riggle (The HangoverThe Other Guys), and Alex Borstein (MADtvFamily Guy).

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