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Hitman
     

Hitman

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Director: Xavier Gens, Timothy Olyphant, Dougray Scott, Olga Kurylenko

Cast: Xavier Gens, Timothy Olyphant, Dougray Scott, Olga Kurylenko

 

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An international assassin known only as Agent 47 (Timothy Olyphant) carries out high-profile hits for a mysterious organization known only as "The Agency" in this adaptation of the popular Eidos Interactive video-game series. Agent 47 is an elite, genetically engineered assassin who takes great pride in his work. His lethal grace,

Overview

An international assassin known only as Agent 47 (Timothy Olyphant) carries out high-profile hits for a mysterious organization known only as "The Agency" in this adaptation of the popular Eidos Interactive video-game series. Agent 47 is an elite, genetically engineered assassin who takes great pride in his work. His lethal grace, steady shot, and unparalleled precision have all served to make him one of the most sought after assassins in the world. But when the killer without a conscience is faced with an unanticipated series of developments, his entire perception of reality begins to shift. On assignment to take out a Russian head of state Bellicoff (Ulrich Thomsen), Agent 47 is caught off guard by the appearance of presidential look-a-likes. When the high profile hit captures the attention of such powerful intelligence organizations as the CIA and Interpol, agent Mike Whittier (Dougray Scott) is dispatched to reign Agent 47 in. Meanwhile, a mysterious Russian prostitute named Nika (Olga Kurylenko) has walked into Agent 47's life, causing the methodical killer to become overwhelmed by emotions that were previously foreign to him.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/11/2008
UPC:
0024543502791
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
R
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:33:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Alternate ending

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Timothy Olyphant Agent 47
Dougray Scott Mike Whittier
Olga Kurylenko Nika Boronina
Robert Knepper Yuri Marklov
Ulrich Thomsen Mikhail Belicoff
Henry Ian Cusick Udre Belicoff
Michael Offei Jenkins
Christian Erickson General Kormarov
Eriq Ebouaney Bwana Ovie
Joe Sheridan Captain Gudnayev
Jean-Marc Bellu Hitman #2
Nicky Naude Hitman #3
Abdou Sagna Hitman #4
Ilya Nikitenko Hitman #5
Loic Molla Hitman #6
Youssef Diawara Hog-Tied Prisoner
Patrick Ligardes Another Buyer
Ancuta Radici The Sad Girl
Peter Hudson Mr. Price
Cyril Guei Old SUV Leader
Ivan Yurukov Russian John
Vladimir Kolev HRT Guy
Maxim Genchev Yuri's Guy #3
Kamen Ivanov Russian Captain
Stefka Yanorova Belicoff's Wife
Yasmine Meddour Belicoff's Daughter
Iosis Shamli SWAT Team Leader #1
Desislava Bakardzhieva Female News Reporter
Paul Barrett Reporter #3
Viktoria Dimova Mike's Daughter - 8 Years
Svejen Ivanov Mladenov Russian Forensic
Bilyana Ognyanova Petrinska Another Officer
Emile Abossolo-M'Bo General Ajunwa
Paul Bandey Director McRay
Nikolay Valentinov Lukanov Swanky Restaurant Waiter #1
Boyko Boyanov SWAT Team Guy #3
Deyan Donkov Russian EMT
Sabine Camille Crossen June
Assen Blatechki FSB Driver
Dobrin Dossev Clergyman
Vili Dimitrova Terrified Maid
Anatolli Nachev SWAT Team Guy #2
Blagovest Argirov Swanky Restaurant Waiter #2
Nikolay Stoyanov Ilchev Russian Soldier With Radio
Milko Marinov Milanov Interpol Driver
Elvis Delannay Leader Assistant
Dessislava Zidarova Belicoff's Whore
Lisa Jacobs Diana
Atanas Srebrev News Correspondent
Samantha Timmerman Reporter #1
Patrick Albenque Reporter #2
Borislav Parvanov Young Agent 47
Velizar Nikolaev Binev The Priest
Hristo Neykov Neykov Video Game Player #1
Nikolay Milev Video Game Player #2
Alexandr Kuznetzov Voice Only
Mathieu Gonet Conductor

Technical Credits
Xavier Gens Director
Olivier Afonso Makeup Special Effects
Daniel Alter Co-producer
Andrea Arnone Camera Operator
Adrian Askarieh Producer
Seydina Balde Stunts
Laurent Bares Cinematographer
Olivier Beriot Costumes/Costume Designer
Luc Besson Producer
Jacques Bufnoir Production Designer
Serge Crozon Casin Stunts
Mathieu Cavillon Special Effects
Yann Cuinet Asst. Director
Gueorgui Danailov Stunts
Hubert Devinck Special Effects
Vin Diesel Executive Producer
Emmanuel Engrand Sound Editor
Bouchra Fakhri Casting
Sabine Fevre Makeup
Janos Flosser Executive Producer
Johann George Art Director
Charles Gordon Producer
Prolet Gueorguieva Art Director
Thierry Guilmard Production Manager
Laëtitia Hillion Makeup Special Effects
Philippe Hubin Special Effects Supervisor
Christian Kaplan Casting
Frédéric Lainé Makeup Special Effects
Gregory Loffredo Choreography
Maud Lombart Sound Editor
Alexandre Mahout Musical Direction/Supervision
Debbie McWilliams Casting
Gilbert Pelosi Special Effects
Pierre-Ange Le Pogam Producer
Cyril Raffaelli Choreography
Frederick Renard Stunts
Carlo Rizzo Editor
Sylvie Rousselin Special Effects
Eric Le Roux Camera Operator
Roumen Stoytchev Special Effects
Jean-Yves Thoreau Special Effects
Ilka Valcheva Casting
Antoine Vareille Editor
Skip Woods Screenwriter
Ventzislav Yondov Special Effects
Geoff Zanelli Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Hitman: Full Screen
1. Main Titles [:23]
2. One Question [2:33]
3. The Very Best [2:06]
4. Going Public [3:10]
5. Eyewitness [2:11]
6. Storming the Hotel [3:07]
7. My Boy Doesn't Miss [4:10]
8. As Good As Dead [:54]
9. The Train Station [5:36]
10. Dying With Dignity [2:08]
11. No More Interference [:38]
12. A Royal Mess [3:16]
13. Thrown to the Wolves [4:52]
14. Istanbul [:31]
15. Dinner at Eight [7:44]
16. Mr. Price [3:19]
17. Road Trip [2:05]
18. The Key [1:51]
19. Bait [:16]
20. Just a Bureaucrat [3:45]
21. A Brother's Funeral [4:10]
22. Knowing How It Ends [:34]
23. A Good Man? [4:30]
24. End Titles [2:21]
Disc #1, Side B -- Hitman: Widescreen
1. Main Titles [:23]
2. One Question [2:33]
3. The Very Best [2:06]
4. Going Public [3:10]
5. Eyewitness [2:11]
6. Storming the Hotel [3:07]
7. My Boy Doesn't Miss [4:10]
8. As Good As Dead [:54]
9. The Train Station [5:36]
10. Dying With Dignity [2:08]
11. No More Interference [:38]
12. A Royal Mess [3:16]
13. Thrown to the Wolves [4:52]
14. Istanbul [:31]
15. Dinner at Eight [7:44]
16. Mr. Price [3:19]
17. Road Trip [2:05]
18. The Key [1:51]
19. Bait [:16]
20. Just a Bureaucrat [3:45]
21. A Brother's Funeral [4:10]
22. Knowing How It Ends [:34]
23. A Good Man? [4:30]
24. End Titles [2:21]

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Hitman 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
dragoncat More than 1 year ago
In the video game, Agent 47 is supposed to be one of the clones. Where as in this movie, all the agents comes in different races and looks very different. Overall, the movie is entertaining. Don't expect lots of action. A sequel is difinitely worth waiting.I hope Timothy Olyphant will play Agent 47 again.
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I completely agree with you on the main character, sexy. I enjoyed the movie greatly, good begining, middle, and end. I felt like this movie had nothing missing, which is not something I find in every movie I watch nowadays.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This boy is an absolute hottie in this movie! So cute..so charming and sexy. I watched the movie in theaters.. I really enjoyed it :"
resorte More than 1 year ago
Timothy Olyphant was a very good and sexy hitman. Good chemistry between Timothy and Olga. Good action movie. Love the plot, script and soundtrack. Would love to see a sequel.
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I am a HUGE fan of the Hitman videotron personal entertainment system discs, so naturally I creamed my jeans at the thought of a real-life motion picture. At the moving picture viewing-room, I was hard with anticipation. However, I was left with only a wind-sock by the end of the filmed-movie. The climax was not as intense nor as messey as I had presumed. LONG story short: it inflated my Oscar Mayer Blimp, yet it went soft and crashed like the Hindenberg. ...hundreds dead.