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Film Review - Hitman: Agent 47


We already endured this less than a decade ago. 2007’s “Hitman” was an attempt to launch another video game-inspired franchise after a few others titles, notably “Resident Evil,” began to dominate the box office, hoping to lure players in with a big screen exploration of genetically-modified ultraviolence carried out by a bald man with a barcode on the back of his head. The feature underperformed and slipped out of sight, but a little profit is still profit. The producers have decided to try their luck once again with “Hitman: Agent 47,” a decidedly more plasticized version of the same old story, replacing previous star Timothy Olyphant with Rupert Friend, though I doubt anyone will notice. The emphasis is on CGI and scowling, and “Agent 47” is filled to the brim with cartoon imagery and angry faces. Anything more challenging simply confuses an already brain dead production. Read the rest at


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