Hitman: Agent 47


Action / Adventure / Crime / Sci-Fi / Thriller

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Rupert Friend Photo
Rupert Friend as Agent 47
Ciarán Hinds Photo
Ciarán Hinds as Litvenko
Zachary Quinto Photo
Zachary Quinto as John Smith
Thomas Kretschmann Photo
Thomas Kretschmann as Le Clerq
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559.32 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 36 min
P/S 1 / 19
1001.13 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 36 min
P/S 1 / 16

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by siderite6 / 10

I have not played the game. I still didn't like the movie.

It felt like the team that made the Resident Evil films- another failed attempt to turn a game into a movie - has worked on this as well. It is an Apple-style, gun kata, Matrix derived, James Bond cloning, CGI filled, Resident Evil sequel.

I wanted to watch it because I like Rupert Friend in Homeland. He did not disappoint, but neither did he blow my mind. It is clear that he needs better direction than the one time director Aleksander Bach could provide. Zachary Quinto does a decent job as well, considering the script. Hannah Ware is... cute and has a British accent. That's about it.

I could waste time telling you about the story, but it is rather silly and obvious. Even the twists, you see them coming from miles away. I think one thing only explains the film better than any review: Jürgen Prochnow gets less screen time than Angelababy in this movie. Yeah, I had to google her, too.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle4 / 10

lifeless charisma-free characters

Agent 47 (Rupert Friend) is a genetically engineered assassin created by Doctor Petr Litvenko (Ciarán Hinds). Katia van Dees (Hannah Ware) is stressed by her super awareness. She is looking for her father and is approached by John Smith (Zachary Quinto) who offers to protect her. Agent 47 is coming after her but not necessarily for the expected.

The twist is cool but nothing else is. The play on name is a fun little reveal. The characters are charisma-free. Agent 47 has never seems to be lead character material. Katia could be the lead but Hannah Ware doesn't have it. She is absolutely stunning but there is a lack of power. The action is mostly chaos with a few cool moments. This is not a compelling movie.

Reviewed by Prismark104 / 10

The hit-man and her

Rupert Friend has replaced Timothy Olyphant as the bar coded assassin in the rebooted sequel Agent 47.

The Hit-man returns and is on the hunt for Katia van Dees, daughter of missing scientist Dr Litvenko who created the genetically engineered assassins several decades ago. Agent 47 is not the only person wanting to get hold of Katia. Their is a shadowy syndicate after her and everyone thinks she will lead them to her missing father. The syndicate want Dr Litvenko to produce more super- soldiers.

Katia herself seems to have abilities to sense danger and when danger does arrive only Zachary Quinto's mysterious John Smith is willing to help her out.

Right from the start we have a high octane action and body count as Agent 47 kills people in all manner of novel ways while he goes after Katia. John Smith really does well to go toe to toe with him.

It does not matter if you have never played the video games, the plot is just an excuse for action, killing and car chases with characters who stand still long enough for plot exposition and it has more holes than Swiss cheese.

There is some nice bit of location shooting in Germany and Singapore. It really is a film to disengage the brain and watch some action and adventure for 90 minutes. In that sense it is an unpretentious fun film. I think Olyphant would had been better if he reprised the role though.

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