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    Violet and Daisy

    The film starring Saoirse Ronan, Alexis Bledel, James Gandolfini is directed Geoffrey Fletcher. The film tells a story about two teenage assassins have a happy life. One day, they agree with a mission which they think so easy but in fact they must face many dangerous challenges.
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  • Actors of "Violet and Daisy"

  • Characters of "Violet and Daisy"

    Daisy. Character of Violet and Daisy
    Played by: Saoirse Ronan
    Violet. Character of Violet and Daisy
    Played by: Alexis Bledel
    Michael. Character of Violet and Daisy
    April. Character of Violet and Daisy
    Barbie Sunday. Character of Violet and Daisy
    Played by: Cody Horn
  • Directors of "Violet and Daisy"

    Geoffrey Fletcher. Director of Violet and Daisy
    Geoffrey Fletcher
    Birthdate: 4 October 1970, New London, Connecticut, USA
  • Creators of "Violet and Daisy"

    Geoffrey Fletcher. Director of Violet and Daisy
    Geoffrey Fletcher
    Birthdate: 4 October 1970, New London, Connecticut, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Violet and Daisy"

    Chicago Sun-Times
    June 11, 2013

    A thriller that might as well have been released in 1996, when everybody and their brother and their sister and their cousin twice-removed was trying to be Quentin Tarantino ...

    Chicago Sun-Times
    June 07, 2013

    Of course, the violence is cringe-worthy and, at times, over the top. But view this as a modern comic book/fairy tale, and it's easier to accept this saga of girls with guns and the life lessons they eventually confront.

    Washington Post
    June 07, 2013

    The film's subtle visual allure is all but stamped out by the impression that the director tries too hard to be an idiosyncratic auteur in the vein of Quentin Tarantino.

    Newark Star-Ledger
    June 07, 2013

    Violet and Daisy are just violent and crazy - which is, ultimately, the real problem. And why we should care about them remains the one mystery no one here can quite unravel.

    New York Post
    June 07, 2013

    A rather dull affair.

    New York Times
    June 06, 2013

    We don't feel the weight and menace of death, nor the volatile emotions of youth, and have nothing to respond to beyond the spectacle of girls with guns.

    Movie Talk
    September 06, 2014

    This self-consciously quirky comedy-thriller... swings unevenly between passages of soul searching and bouts of cartoony violence in the Tarantino mould.

    Common Sense Media
    February 18, 2014

    Though it can't keep up that kind of energy throughout, especially as it's set mostly in one room, it's charming enough -- and short enough -- that there are no hard feelings.

    Cinema Crazed
    December 05, 2013

    Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan are way too good for material as obnoxious as this.
    November 26, 2013

    A lot of acting talent is squandered in Violet & Daisy, a sort of postmodern coming-of-age story about two teenage girls who kill people for a living, then play patty-cake as they plan their next hit.

    IGN Movies
    June 18, 2013

    Subverting audience expectations of an over the top "teenage girl killer" movie with a character study could have been great, but the character study in question feels paper thin.

    One Guy's Opinion
    June 16, 2013

    Neither as writer nor as director is Fletcher able to sustain his conceit.

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