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Lethal Weapon director Richard Donner helms this action-adventure yarn in which Robert Rath (Sylvester Stallone), a veteran, burned-out hit man for hire who's looking to leave his profession, meets a younger, crazier, more ambitious competitor, Miguel Bain (Antonio Banderas), who is out to best Rath and make him a target in the process. Rath signs on for one last hit, but complications ensue when he falls in love with the mark, a beautiful, mysterious woman named Electra (Julianne Moore). Bain sets out to murder Electra as well, and the chase leads the two assassins into a deadly game of wits that takes them from Seattle to Puerto Rico. Critics and audiences both turned away from this thriller, which was co-scripted by Bound writer/directors Larry and Andy Wachowski and L.A. Confidential screenwriter Brian Helgeland.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/09/2010
UPC: 0883929155460
Original Release: 1995
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:13:00

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sylvester Stallone Robert Rath
Antonio Banderas Miguel Bain
Julianne Moore Electra
Anatoly Davydov Nikolai
Stephen Kahan Alan Branch
Kelly Rowan Jennifer
Kai Wulff Remy
Stephen Liska Cop
John Harms Cop
Bob Minor Cop
Barbara Anne Klein Cop
Edward J. Rosen Cemetery Caretaker
Ron Ben Jarrett Maintenance Man
Marian Collier Pet Shop Lady
Axel Anderson Bank President
Paul Tuerpé Reporter
John Procaccino Reporter
James W. Gavin Police Helicopter Pilot
Richard Blum Watcher
J. Mills Goodloe Newlywed Man
Robert Sanders Monorail Driver
Cary Sanchez Bank Receptionist
Jeff King Helicopter Pilot
Muse Watson Ketcham
Reed Diamond Bob
Wally Dalton Priest

Technical Credits
Richard Donner Director,Producer
Steve Arnold Art Director
Jon G. Belyeu Special Effects
Alexander B. Collett Co-producer
Dan Cracchiolo Co-producer
Nathan Crowley Art Director
Norval D. Crutcher Sound Editor
Dino de Laurentiis Executive Producer
Lisa Dean Set Decoration/Design
Ray Delamotte Camera Operator
Daniel Dorrance Art Director
Marion Dougherty Casting
Julie Durk Associate Producer
Bruce A. Evans Producer
Karyn Fields Associate Producer
Ray Gideon Producer
J. Mills Goodloe Associate Producer
Chad Griffin Set Decoration/Design
Lee C. Harman Makeup
Brian Helgeland Screenwriter
Petur Hliddal Sound/Sound Designer
Gary Holt Cinematographer
Lawrence Jordan Editor
Noelle King Set Decoration/Design
Andrew Lazar Producer
Mark Mancina Score Composer
Alan Manzer Set Decoration/Design
Richard Marks Editor
Elizabeth McBride Costumes/Costume Designer
Tony Munafo Associate Producer
Cynthia L. Neber Associate Producer
Conrad Palmisano Asst. Director
Ilyse A. Reutlinger Associate Producer
Robert Sallin Asst. Director
Tom Sanders Production Designer
Lauren Shuler Donner Executive Producer
Joel Silver Producer
Richard Solomon Co-producer
Jim Van Wyck Asst. Director,Producer
Andy Wachowski Original Story,Screenwriter
Larry Wachowski Original Story,Screenwriter
Gilbert Wong Set Decoration/Design
Vilmos Zsigmond Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Assassins
1. Marks Past/Present [5:32]
2. Next Mark [4:25]
3. Another Assassin [4:43]
4. Officers Down [2:54]
5. New Wheels [1:22]
6. Chat With Passenger [5:33]
7. Reckless Driving [5:28]
8. Bishop Takes Pawn [1:30]
9. New Mark [3:23]
10. A Watchful Eye [1:49]
11. Furry Mischief [1:09]
12. The Players Gather [6:16]
13. Miguel Strikes [3:58]
14. Unfinished Mark [6:49]
15. Death Up Close [4:52]
16. Birthday Blast [3:10]
17. Two Nobody's [3:44]
18. Reassigned [1:47]
19. Way to a Million [3:58]
20. Payoff For Keeps [4:29]
21. New Arrangements [3:45]
22. The Desired Mark [1:07]
23. Memory Hotel [5:23]
24. Day of the Dead [4:10]
25. Cemetery Cat/Mouse [3:42]
26. The Waiting Game [6:21]
27. Warm Stories [1:19]
28. Out of Patience [3:12]
29. Lady Takes Chance [1:21]
30. Final Chitchat [4:50]
31. Pulling Trigger [3:18]
32. Bullets In Ruin [1:27]
33. Falling Down [2:08]
34. The Contractor [2:35]
35. The Correct Mark [1:12]
36. "No Goodbyes" [3:29]

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Assassins 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Sylvester Stallone turns in an underrated performance as a world-weary professional assassin who is contemplating retirement. Robert Rath (Stallone) is wracked with guilt over having to kill his friend and mentor Nikolai 15 years ago to become the #1 assassin available for hire. On what is supposed to be his last assignment, a younger assassin named Miguel Bain (Antonio Banderas) who is Rath’s number one fan and also number one competitor, is competing with him to retire the mark, Elektra (Julianne Moore), to be known as “Numero Uno”. Favorite scene- the cab scene where Banderas is trapped behind bulletproof glass with Stallone in the front seat interrogating him it’s wise lion against young tiger. The dialogue is fantastic. An interesting side note for Assassins is that the Wachowski Brothers, who are better known as the creative force that wrote and directed The Matrix Trilogy, wrote this screenplay and got Joel Silver interested in producing the Matrix films. R- Strong Language