Oh you’ll definitely know what hit you, a bad movie. Here’s the thing, certain films are so bad they actually become kind of good, but when you have something clearly bad taking itself extremely seriously, like Hitman: Agent 47, well you know that’s one flick best ignored. How do you go from a silent assassin, a ghost, to this? Come on Fox, what is this? The idea behind Agent 47 is you don’t know who he is and if he’s after you, well you won’t see him coming. So why even call it Hitman: Agent 47, why not just Generic Action Flick 47 instead? Oh but wait, it’s Skip Woods once again writing this trash, the man behind “brilliant” films like the first Hitman, X-Men Origins: Wolverine or A Good Day to Die Hard (the one we don’t talk about). Why?
Aleksander Bach directed Hitman: Agent 47, starring Rupert Friend, Zachary Quinto and Hannah Ware. I still feel there might be a good Hitman movie somewhere out there, waiting to get made. This definitely isn’t that. Hitman: Agent 47 opens August 21st in the US.