In the Wire, Brother Mouzone is a silent but deadly enforcer who uses his Walther PPK/S pistol and book learning in equal measure. He’s called down from New York City to settle a drug dispute in Baltimore.
In Pulp Fiction, Vincent Vega is the hitman played by John Travolta. Vega is full of fast food trivia, can rock the short shorts, and when visiting Jack Rabbit Slim’s, catches a case of Saturday night fever.
In The Boondock Saints, Papa Joe hires the feared hit-man Il Duce (played Billy Connolly) to eliminate the McManus brothers. Little does he know that Il Duce’s real name is Noah McManus. If you wanna be as well equipped as Il Duce, you’ll want to order several sets of belts, holsters, and of course, guns.
Agent 47 stars in Hitman, the popular game series and less successful movie (Timothy Olyphant). Kidnapped by the Organization and trained from childhood as an assassin, he finds himself ensnared in a conspiracy involving both Interpol and the Russian military.
In No Country for Old Men, Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) is a cold-blooded killer with a strange appearance and stranger weapon of choice. He also plays a mean game of heads-or-tails. Call it, friend-o.
Ryan Gosling plays the unnamed “Driver” in the movie Drive. The character seems to have a stable, yet lonely, life, working three jobs as a mechanic, stuntman, and a secret getaway driver. Though his life changes when he meets his new neighbors, Driver is consistently seen in his scorpion jacket and chewing on a toothpick throughout the film.