As watchable as it is forgettable.
His childhood home is now a quickie-mart, where there is a massive shoot-out (I love that the bullets hit a cut-out of the stars of "Pulp Fiction", a movie rife with shoot-outs.) When Martin asks the store clerk is all right, he yells "NO! I'm scared, I'm hurt and I have to find a new job!"
Minnie Driver is excellent as Debi, the jilted date and current radio DJ, who gets back at him on-air. The soundtrack is great, with Bowie's "Under Pressure", the Violent Femmes "Blister in the Sun", and great 1980s songs for their big reunion.
There, he's forced to confront the life he left behind. A life that has changed dramatically - his childhood home is now a mini-mart and the girl he abandoned on prom night (Minnie Driver) has become a local radio show host. In the midst of all this, a rival contract killer (Dan Aykroyd) is trying to either recruit him or kill him.
Directed by George Armitage and co-written by John Cusack, this is an engaging story that translates well on screen thanks to a great cast. A real find.