Three Holes, Two Brads, and a Smoking Gun
Three Holes, Two Brads, and a Smoking Gun (2014)

19-year-old Jack Ariamehr toils daily as a sign spinner on the street corners of New York. But under the gaze of the Statute of Liberty, he dreams of bigger things -and who wouldn't? No one is more aware of this than Jack's teacher,… More

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Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter

While it might have made for a mildly diverting stage thriller -- the hugely successful Deathtrap, for instance, was built on similarly absurd contrivances -- the endlessly talky 3 Holes and a Smoking Gun founders onscreen.

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Staci Layne Wilson
StaciWilson.com

If you're in the mood for a talky little neo-noir potboiler, 3 Holes and Smoking Gun is just the ticket.

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Nick Schager
Variety

"3 Holes and a Smoking Gun" proves that there's a chasm-wide difference between talking about what constitutes - and actually being - great writing.

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Betty Jo Tucker
ReelTalk Movie Reviews

Actor James Wilder excels as a washed up screenwriter in this fascinating psychological thriller. He takes charge of the screen and never lets go.

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Michael Rechtshaffen
Los Angeles Times

Director Hilarion Banks dutifully captures all of it in a series of nicely shot extended takes, which would have been fine if the cast had been able to interact in some sort of uniform tone.

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