Based on the top-selling, award-winning videogame franchise, "Agent 47" is an all-new motion picture about an elite and genetically engineered assassin, known only by the last two digits – 47 – of a barcode tattooed on the back of his neck. His latest target is a young woman on the run from powerful and clandestine forces. Th...more
Based on the top-selling, award-winning videogame franchise, "Agent 47" is an all-new motion picture about an elite and genetically engineered assassin, known only by the last two digits – 47 – of a barcode tattooed on the back of his neck. His latest target is a young woman on the run from powerful and clandestine forces. The mission brings startling revelations about the lethal agent and his prey, hurtling them on a collision course with their pasts. And this time, his number may be up. less
“Aleksander Bach's version of Hitman: Agent 47 makes more sound than substance.”
Too much of anything makes things worse and Hitman Agent 47 is no exception. While the film could be presumed to be slick and stylish making a perfect action thriller, you’ve set yourself up to be deceived by all that you’d thought would be great.
Hitman Agent 47 is a reboot of Hitman (2007), a film adapted from the IO voice interactive video game about a genetically engineered assassin.
A programmed assassin, Agent 47 (Rupert Friend) heads to Berlin and tracks down Katia (Hannah Ware) a young, beautiful lady who’s spent most of her life looking for her father. Katia possesses both a mysterious ability to foresee the immediate future and a mysterious connection with Dr. Litvenko (Ciaran Hinds), the creator of the programmed assassins. John Smith (Zachary Quinto), pretends to be Katia’s protector from Agent 47 and his life giving her hints and clues of what’s in store.
Eventually, the flip sides of the coin are decided as the coin is tossed.
Will Agent 47 help you uncover his truth?
Hitman Agent 47 travels across the globe making great tourism ads. Visually, the film is highly appealing. But you’d wish you had encountered better writing in a slick thriller like this, as it is expected to be. Rupert Friend maintained a stoned straight look throughout the day.
Aleksander Bach could’ve totally hired better writers to create a rather feasible piece of right.
Except for the excessive gunshots and over ambitious action statements, the film has much to perform. However, it falls flat for everything, yes everything that falls under the category. It’s dull, plain, boring and not worthy spending either your time or your money on!
Brainwashed mayhem can cause a lot of trauma I’d same. But this film was special!