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Cretinous juvenilia appealing only to those who regard their recent onset of puberty as a great novelty. The worst excuse for a film ever with wafer thin plot and barely a shadow of a character present, plus some of the worst dialogue of all time. Unsuitable for anyone with an IQ above their age.
Boring and bland. Another game adaptation that is less than subpar.
I did the first one too
This movie... really shouldn't have tried to take itself seriously
It's so aweful its brilliant
So much product placement and "unthrilling" action makes for a bad nut in the pack of Hitman: Agent 47
There can't be any other Agent 47 than Rupert Friend! He's amazing and the perfect actor for the role. Every minute is quite enjoyable. You'll end up glued to your seat and your eyes on the screen as you don't dare miss any minute of it. A very awesome movie! And I hope there'll be a sequel very soon.... it's very long overdue tbh.
I think what people got wrong was agent 47 is a person born and made to kill so yes it would be a boring character with many action scenes that was the premise of the games that 47 is an efficient killer even I'm surprised that they gave 47 a dilemma here
I played all the games and I loved this movie. Rupert is an awesome Mr 47
meh. They did not even get the hair right