Hitman (+ Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]
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Bald and serious, dressed in an expensive suit, red silk tie and an impeccably crisp white shirt the Hitman is a force to be reckoned with. He's not too emotional but rather straightforward with a little bit of a charm threw in as he works his meticulously planned hits until one day everything changes. In a very short time the predator turns into juicy prey and he must use all of his killer skills to catch the bad guys. Trouble is finding out who the bad guys are, I liked watching this movie without knowing anything about it, but I will just say it involved the Russian secret police and the Interpol chasing the Hitman while someone from the inside of his secret agency was trying to put him in the harm's way. The twists and turns, betrayals laced with action and ferocious weaponry all in one were a feast for the mind and eyes.
This movie was like a day at the beach, the bullets spraying the sky like the morning surf hitting the warm sand.Read more ›
Timothy Olyphant fits perfectly into the role of Agent 47, an orphan who is taken in and trained by an agency that trains children to be the most stealthy and deadly hitmen in the world. Agent 47 is the best of the best of all the Hitmen raised and trained by "The Organization." He is called in to perform on a hit on the Russian President Mikhail Belicoff, however the hit is a setup and 47 finds himself on the run from Interpol & The Russian Secret Police.
While on the run, 47 endeavours to get revenge and find the truth about who set him up and why. This unravels a tangled web of lies and deceipt as one by one he kills those who have done him wrong, including those who are also members of "The Organisation."
During his streak he comes across an unlikely companion in Nika Boronina who we come to see gives 47 emotions and feelings that he's never encountered before.
This is a really good movie and something that at times keeps so close to the game that you come to think this is a game in itself. Timothy Olyphant plays 47 incredibly and although 47 is conventionally an emotionless character but within the movie we are given emotion that is being held back. That may be a bit of an oxymoron but the way in which Olyphant portrays it is amazing as it's a character that has all this emotion built up inside but is trying to hold it back.
The action, dialogue and cinematography of this film I found to be incredibly intelligent. It has moments in it that you can identify to the game and there's one point in particular which the game itself is given a nod. 47 breaks through the window of a hotel room and it cuts to a vision of kids playing the video game hitman.Read more ›
Anyway, the action rocked and it was exciting and entertaining beginning to end. It was pretty good and fun to watch.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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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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