"A good mechanic is hard to find," warns this trailer, tossing that cliché at us with no shame or hesitation. And, of course, when they say "mechanic," they don't mean mechanic; they mean a cute euphemism for "hitman"--as in a remake of 1972's The Mechanic, in which Charles Bronson played the titular killer. That film was particularly notable for its sixteen-minute, dialogue-free opening sequence. The remake will probably never be notable because it seems to be fine with dialogue like:
"You think you can get to me before I get to you?"
"I ALREADY HAVE."
"Time to finish the job! Save the fuel--I'll travel to your location! Stock Jason Statham character lines/behavior!"
Anyway, here's the poster. Behold: a gun made of guns!