|Directed by||Wallace Wolodarsky|
|Produced by||Larry Estes
Michael J. Fox
|Written by||Wallace Wolodarsky|
|Music by||Steve Bartek|
|Cinematography||Robert D. Yeoman|
|Edited by||Craig Bassett|
|Distributed by||IRS Media|
Cosmo Reif, an affectless mob bookie who lives in the basement of a retirement home, is promoted to hitman against his will. He learns his new trade from Steve, a seasoned killer, and proves to be a natural marksman despite having no experience with firearms. He falls in love with a yoga teacher, Jasmine, and must figure out a way to leave the mob so they can be together.
|Jason Priestley||Cosmo Reif|
|David Anthony Higgins||Lance|
|Buck McDancer||Fleeing Man|
|Marcos A. Ferraez||Man w/Uzi|
|Gilbert Rosales||Man w/Briefcase|
|Michael J. Fox||Tim Alexander|
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- LaSalle, Mick (September 15, 1995). "FILM REVIEW -- Hit-Man Comedy Misses / `Coldblooded' overworks its joke". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved July 17, 2012.
- Caro, Mark (October 27, 1995). "`Coldblooded' Aims For Satire But Misfires". ChicagoTribune. Retrieved July 17, 2012.
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