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Disc 1: Widescreen Feature **Forced Trailers - Alien vs. Predator: Requiem, Hitman Teaser Trailer, Hitman Theatrical Trailer
**In the Crosshairs Featurette **Digital Hits Featurette **Instruments of Destruction Featurette **Para-Ordnance P18.9 Featurette **Blaser R93 LRS2 Featurette **M16 Featurette **FN F2000 Featurette **Micro Uzi Featurette **M240 Featurette **Settling the Score Featurette
**Deleted Scenes - Ovie's Pool Scene, Hospital Scene, A Different Train Platform, Udre's Death
**Alternate Ending **Gag Reel
Disc 2: Digital Copy **Portable Digital Copy of Hitman
Its hard not to feel like one has entered a certain dimension of video-game logic while watching Hitman, a lightly enjoyable action-suspense movie indeed based on a popular and bloody game about a mysterious hired gun with a bar-code tattoo on his bald head and a number (47) in lieu of a name. Living like a chaste monk while slipping past borders to kill his targets, 47 (Timothy Olyphant of Deadwood) moves like a determined shark and speaks softly to his contact at the enigmatic "the Organization," which raises cast-off children to become well-paid assassins. Fruitlessly pursued by an Interpol cop (Dougray Scott) who can never get sovereign governments to cooperate, 47 has no trouble slipping in and out of countries to ply his trade. Until, that is, hes set up to take a fall in Russia by shooting a national leader who is promptly replaced by a lookalike double. Suddenly on the run, 47 has to retrace his steps and formulate a lethal plan for extricating himself from a trap. Caught in the chaos is the lovely Nika (Olga Kurylenko), forced into sex slavery by 47s new enemies and the one person who seems uniquely qualified to break through 47s many personal barriers. Directed by Frances Xavier Gens, Hitman features loads of bloody mayhem and unabashed moments of pulp absurdity, such as a scene in which 47 and three other Organization killers agree to fight one another respectfully, then proceed to pulverize each other with swords and fists. As fodder for gamers, however, Hitman is packed with visuals and dramatic moments that seem so odd on the big screen until one realizes they are basically placemarkers for the video-game edition. --Tom Keogh
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|what is different in unrated version||
Besides the little bit of nudity that is shown, they also show a man getting his arm hacked off (very early part of the film) and a slightly extended scene of the lovely Olga Kurylenko getting the stuffing beat out of her by Mr. Belicoff.
Feb 27, 2009 by D. S. HARDEN | See all 3 posts
yes, the blu ray version has that and more, along with alternate ending.
Mar 2, 2008 by C. Garcia | See all 3 posts
|Have You Played the Game?||
I played the games and I must say, game movies rarely comes this good. One other good game movie was Mortal Kombat but the sequal sucked big time.
Apr 20, 2010 by Ugur Galatali | See all 2 posts
|will it include rated version as in theaters?||
It doesn't but personally I really liked the extras, which were many and not just "a few". If you read my review there will be more details there, I'm too lazy to retype everything. The digital version is good to have unless you plan on making illegal copies from the Blu-ray.
Dec 6, 2008 by M. Voltaire | See all 3 posts
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