Kate – Tits Up

Rating (1 out of 5)

Summary: In case you haven’t heard the expression “Tits Up” before, it is defined by The Free Dictionary as “having a poor, undesired, or ruinous outcome; failing completely or not coming together at all.” (Please don’t use this expression in your daily life, it is part of the experiment) That is “Kate.” Now I sort of expected this would be the result when clicking play. However, I didn’t think it would be this poor.

Compared to “Gunpowder Milkshake,” the fight scenes are dull and lack originality. The rush to seek revenge had none of the fun of “Crank” nor the singular focus of “John Wick.” Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is the top contender for the most boring assassin ever. Now it wasn’t entirely the actress’s fault. The dialogue was lame, the development of the character was forced. Bad script writing.

You can see every step of the movie as each character is introduced. If you don’t get who the bad guy is in the first 15 minutes of the film, you probably should go see a doctor. It is okay to provide the viewer with this advance notice; however, the ride better be great. Rather than a roller coaster, we received a Ferris wheel; is it over yet.

The whole movie, top to bottom, is tits up. Don’t watch it, ever.

Plot: Kate is an assassin. After her latest job, she is poisoned and runs around Tokoyo seeking revenge.