Overall Rank: 18122
Average Rating: 2.1/4
# of Ratings: 20
Theatrical Release Date: 08/21/2015
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 12/29/2015
Genre: Action, Crime
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Aleksander Bach
Actors: Zachary Quinto, Ciarán Hinds, Rupert Friend, Thomas Kretschmann, Hannah Ware, Emilio Rivera
Plot: A genetically-engineered assassin, bred for strength, speed and intelligence, is known only by the number tattooed on his neck: 47 - the culmination of the 46 clones who came before him. Now he must take on a mega-corporation, who wants to uncover the secret of his past in order to breed an army of their own. A young woman holds the key to taking down these men - as well as reveling the hidden history of his own life. -- Chris Kavan
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ikkegoemikke - wrote on 01/26/2016
"We determine who we are by what we do."
Before, when I had no responsibilities and enough time in the evening, I was hopelessly addicted to playing video games. Many hours I spent behind my monitor slogging myself through all sorts of levels. Wondering what would follow. I had this relentless drive to improve myself on all fronts. Nowadays, I can't bring myself to stare at a screen for hours as an addict. On the one hand I don't have the time anymore and on the other hand I don't feel like doing that anymore. But I do get excited every time there's an attempt to make a film adaptation of a video game. The meager attempts there have been to date (and somewhat successful in my opinion) are for me the "Tomb Raider" and "Resident Evil" franchise. But still there's something subtle …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/27/2015
Skip Woods should be fired from writing screenplays and if you don't know who he is, well lets just say he wrote such films as: X-men: Origins Wolverine, The A-Team (2010), Sabotage, Hitman (2007), and A Good Day to Die Hard.
Hitman: Agent 47 is another attempt to adapted the Hitman game franchise into a movie and the pay-off we got was a piece of shit and I'm not surprised at all. The posters and trailers didn't really convince me that it's going to be anything good and I was right.
Rupert Friend who plays Agent 47 dose a decent job in the movie, even when he's character wasn't that developed enough or even interesting.
The rest of the actors didn't do such a good job, even Zachary Quinto had nothing to do in this movie and I know he's better than this. The action scenes wasn't …
Snoogans - wrote on 08/22/2015
'Hitman: Agent 47' is a very, very slight improvement over the previous 'Hitman' movie. This reboot shows more attempt to emulate the video game series it's based off of. There are many moments throughout that definitely felt like situations from the games, and they worked within the confines of the story. The action scenes are handled decently, with fluid fight choreography being the highlight. Though, some bouts often have a few too many cuts and whipping camera movements. Agent 47 utilizes his heightened intelligence as much as his physicality when faced with staked odds. Stealth is treated as a key factor. I liked the added attention to these areas from the games. However, the rest of the film is severely lacking in any kind of entertaining value. The plot, characters, and …
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