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Hitman 2007 123movies

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Most believe his very existence is a sin. But others know he is a necessary evil.89 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A gun-for-hire “Hitman” is a genetically-engineered, elite assassin known only as Agent 47 hired by a group known only as ‘The Organization’ is ensnared in a political conspiracy, which finds him pursued by both Interpol and the Russian military as he treks across Eastern Europe. But even 47 couldn’t anticipate a “random equation” in his life exactitude: the unexpected stirrings of his conscience and the unfamiliar emotions aroused in him by a mysterious Russian woman.
Plot: A genetically engineered assassin with deadly aim, known only as “Agent 47” eliminates strategic targets for a top-secret organization. But when he’s double-crossed, the hunter becomes the prey as 47 finds himself in a life-or-death game of international intrigue.
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Clones and Orphans
I found this solid and competent. The curious thing is that what it did well, it did not because of what it is, but because it did not stick closely to the world of the video game. This is also why the fan base rejected it.

Apparently, the agent in the game is one of the 47th generation of clones, where the movie has him as the best of a collection of specially trained orphans. Instead of a name, he simply has the number 47.

I also liked the mashup, conventional as it is: Russian mafia, secret supercapable murder enterprise, worldwide conspiracy of priests. Its the spice of the priests that matters, after the Dan Brown conspiracy to make it seem ridiculous and taking the style out of it. It is easier somehow to believe a cabal lead by a Moscow Patriarch instead of the inept Rome.

The girl does what the girl is supposed to do: claim that she is sexually exploited, and then proceed to be exploited by us in much the same way. The assassin does what he is supposed to and does it well: show us unexpected ways that he can manipulate the world, anticipating coincidences and odd subplots. Our designated watcher, the typical American detective, also does his job: watching at a distance.

Why this film deserves a comment and others I see do not, is the way it ends. The form here is reverse noir. In noir, we have a hero, an everyman, who is manipulated by the world of the viewer. He is subject to cosmic coincidences that come not from any natural unfolding, but from our need to have a structured narrative. The watcher unconsciously manipulates the character.

In reverse noir, the character somehow can control the world, so that minor coincidences are anticipated, even controlled by a plan he has that we do not know. We, the viewer, are placed in the thing to be befuddled as we end up as the manipulated soul. I am not sure when this reversed form first appeared; I am hoping a reader can advise. But the form is common enough now to have some endemic problems, the most challenging of which is how to end the film.

This film does that admirably, and it can be said that all the automatic stuff in the middle of the film is arranged to set up this satisfactory ending. The film starts with the beginning of that ending, with the remainder an implicit flashback (meaning only that the story is recalled and not repeated aloud). The ending is set up emotionally as our hit man is incapable of controlling the world so far as a mate, a family. We see him tortured about this. Yes, it is a juvenile portrayal of such an emptiness, but we get it.

So the only way he can get the pleasure of a family is the same way we get the pleasure of killing scads of bad guys: by watching. So while for 90 minutes our detective has been our surrogate watcher, giving us expected thrills and surprises, we reverse once again at the end: now the hit man is the watcher of love and family. We know he will never approach ‘the girl’ or the detective again, but that he will watch, which we see him doing through the only instrument available, a rifle sight.

This is good writing my friends, where the screenwriter understands the form well enough to manipulate it and us. He was able to give the fanboys something; he was able to give the studio bosses their key elements (boobs, explosions, creation myth, societal anchoring); and yet he was able to give himself a cleverly well ended story. Of how many films can you say that? I see he is working on the next Bruce Willis ‘Die Hard.’ Bet it is well written too.

Ted’s Evaluation — 2 of 3: Has some interesting elements.

Review By: tedg Rating: Date: 2011-10-22
Sneaks onto the movie scene, misses the mark somewhat, and may die as fast as a target in one of the games
There are going to be two distinct groups that this will/may appeal to; the fans of the video-game, and your average action fan(or fans of average action). I fit into both. However, the problem is that those in the first group may very well find this as ultimately unsatisfying as I did(which is not to say I was not entertained, or regret my viewing, on the opening night, here in Denmark), and that those in the second, honestly, could do an awful lot better. I’ve heard this described as Bourne light, and those who are familiar with both characters, even superficially, will know how wrong that is. As far as the action fans go, the action just doesn’t work as well as other efforts(though there are some fairly cool moments in there), and not that much of it is particularly memorable, though most of it seems to try, and want, to be. It’s shot fine, though there is occasional confusion, and in at least one sequence, it was downright difficult to tell what was happening. The physical fights are somewhat ineffective, with so-so choreography and *very* obviously overdone sounds(I would guess they were trying to make it “bigger”, which makes sense to do, but the execution, pardon the pun, needed *serious* work). One thing, that really hits any viewer of this film, is just how little coverage there is of the background. The trailer describes what may be the intended background for the film… but if you haven’t seen that, you might not know much of it, because hardly any of it is present in the film. Guys, a hint; if you’re going on “people know it from the video game”, you sorta have to actually use the *same* background. Apart from the bar-code, the baldness and the… (wait, that’s actually it), the background really isn’t that of the games. That is acceptable(if it does rob the character of his most interesting qualities), my complaint goes to the lack of detail and explanation in the film. There’s a difference between mystery and simply not sharing information. Now, to those who are fans of the games, some of which may very well have desired a movie for close to a decade(be careful what you wish for). On the plus side, they did get some stuff right. They did not ruin the look by trying to give 47 hair, and the bar-coded baldy actually somehow fits in the film’s universe, not seeming out of place. He wears his trademark suit. He does seem to prefer his good old Silverballers, and the ever-recognizable symbol that’s been with the games from the beginning(which, together with the suit, may be one of the things to change the least, through the four games). There’re a reasonable number of nods to the games, and those of us who’ve been fans for years will recognize many things. Unfortunately, there is also bad… perhaps the biggest issue being Nika. From the first time I watched the trailer, I knew about her being in the film, and I had the feeling right away that it was… not good. Her inclusion makes this even *more* Bourne light, and, frankly, she doesn’t do a thing in the entire film. She was added to give the young males something to look at, and to an extent, add emotion to forty-seven(but really more the first). I would have had no problem if she had been added for a meaningful purpose, but when she spends most of her time setting up the title character’s “I’m such a bad-ass”(which he is, but we don’t need it shoved down our throats) lines, and/or walking around with little to no clothing on… it just doesn’t belong here. It could be argued that they took the name, the popular title, and turned it into mindless action. The character’s personality… he talks too much, even to the point of having one-liners. I would have liked more facial expression and body language. His awkwardness towards women is straight out of the games, but it did not work anywhere near as well as it did there, and it’s not used well, if at all, here. The casting of Olyphant has both good and bad to it. He fits, more or less, the physical(I am not kidding you, I might not have watched this at all, had Diesel actually starred… my dislike of him notwithstanding, he is *not* 47! He’s a big muscular guy) type, and his eyes and some mannerisms/movements do fit, somewhat. But I don’t know if Tim has the range, or if he understands the character. Hit-man is perfectly capable of talking, but he only really does it when it’s necessary. The film didn’t have enough of the subtlety(though it did have some, and it was pretty good) found in the games, focusing far more on him killing groups of people, guns blazing, which, while possible in the games, is something that is a lot less beneficial and encouraged, throughout them. The pacing seems in a hurry, hence the lack of these sequences. There is some build-up, however, and I would say that at least one thing does pay off… however, almost all of it, well, just doesn’t. The plot is rather messy and self-contradictory, considering how simple it is. The acting is decent. Ulrich Thomsen has done better. Scott has or uses an accent that, to me, was quite distracting. Robert Knepper isn’t too bad. Cusick, whom I do like, doesn’t look, sound, or in any other way, really fit the character he plays, not even the nationality. The dialog is not really memorable, and seldom very good. The tone can be crude, unnecessarily. One could have hoped for a more sophisticated, stylish(when this attempts to be that, which fortunately is not often, it fails) approach, more in line with the games. All in all, don’t expect the greatness of the games, but you could do worse. I recommend this to fans of action-flicks(not really fans of the games). 5/10
Review By: TBJCSKCNRRQTreviews Rating: 5 Date: 2007-11-30

Other Information:

Original Title Hitman
Release Date 2007-11-21
Release Year 2007

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (unrated) (USA)
Budget 24000000
Revenue 99965753
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Crime, Thriller
Director Xavier Gens
Writer Skip Woods
Actors Timothy Olyphant, Dougray Scott, Olga Kurylenko
Country France, United States
Awards 2 wins
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital EX, DTS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, USA (prints), Digital Factory (digital intermediate), Laboratoires Franay Tirages Cinematographiques (LTC), Paris, France
Film Length 2,534 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)

Hitman 2007 123movies
Hitman 2007 123movies
Hitman 2007 123movies
Hitman 2007 123movies
Original title Hitman
TMDb Rating 6.1 2,524 votes

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