Hitman: Agent 47

An assassin teams up with a woman to help her find her father and uncover the mysteries of her ancestry.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Agent 47: Rupert Friend
  • John Smith: Zachary Quinto
  • Katia: Hannah Ware
  • Fabian: Emilio Rivera
  • Dr. Delriego: Rolf Kanies
  • Le Clerq: Thomas Kretschmann
  • Sanders: Dan Bakkedahl
  • Litvenko: Ciarán Hinds
  • Katia’s Mother: Mona Pirzad
  • Surveillance Tech: William E. Morris
  • Hall of Records Clerk: Michaela Caspar
  • Franco: Jerry Hoffmann
  • Diana: AngelaBaby
  • Tobias: Jürgen Prochnow
  • Tenement Woman: Charlene Beck
  • Berlin Police Officer #1: Michael Bornhütter
  • Gardens by the Bay Woman with Baby: Melissa Broughton
  • Syndicate Doctor: Nils Brunkhorst
  • Gardens by the Bay Man #1: Alvin Chan
  • Robert’s Dad: Michael Corcoran
  • Russian Soldier: Manuel Depta
  • Gardens by the Bay Man #2: Andrew Di Bartolomeo
  • Salzburg Syndicate Operator Driver: Georg Ebinal
  • Ruassian Soldier: Jörg Ellmer
  • Gardens by the Bay Man #3: Waye Leon Goh
  • Marine Task Force: Matthias Günther
  • Young Agent 47: Jesse Hergt
  • Lead Syndicate Operator: Florian Hotz
  • Garad: Sebastian Hülk
  • Embassy Marine #2: Michael Knese
  • Salzburg Syndicate Operator Driver #1: Felix Koch
  • Salzburg Syndicate Operator #1: Alrik Kreemke
  • Robert – Kid in Elevator: Daniel Michael Nelson
  • Salzburg Syndicate Operator Driver #2: Peter Paes
  • Young Katia: Helena Pieske
  • Russian Agent / Driver: Markus Ranglack
  • Baby Katia: Kira Smidt
  • John Smith’s G-Wagon Driver: Daniel Stockhorst
  • Young Litvenko: Johannes Suhm
  • Marine #2: Eskindir Tesfay
  • Berlin Police Officer #2: Asuka Tovazzi
  • Robert’s Mum: Janice Koh Yu-Mei
  • Businesswoman (uncredited): Melanie Benna
  • Syndicate International Hacker (uncredited): David Brückner
  • Bystander in Action Scene (uncredited): Dennis Heath
  • Woman in Subway Station (uncredited): Jessica Lois
  • S.I. Tactical Ops (uncredited): Chris Theisinger
  • Marine (uncredited): Joe Toedtling
  • Tenement Man: Tomas Jester
  • Woman in Airport (uncredited): Gillian Tan

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Denise Chamian
  • Costume Design: Bina Daigeler
  • Stunt Coordinator: Volkhart Buff
  • Original Music Composer: Marco Beltrami
  • Editor: Nicolas De Toth
  • Producer: Charles Gordon
  • Production Design: Sebastian T. Krawinkel
  • Action Director: Chad Stahelski
  • Action Director: David Leitch
  • Supervising Art Director: Stephan O. Gessler
  • Rigging Gaffer: Dietmar Haupt
  • Set Costumer: Dietke Brandt
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Glenn Freemantle
  • Sound Designer: Ben Barker
  • Hair Designer: Sharon Martin
  • Set Decoration: Yeşim Zolan
  • Story: Skip Woods
  • Producer: Adrian Askarieh
  • Executive Producer: Daniel Alter
  • Executive Producer: Marco Mehlitz
  • Line Producer: Arno Neubauer
  • Steadicam Operator: Tilman Büttner
  • Makeup Artist: Irina Tübbecke-Bechem
  • Stunt Coordinator: Jonathan Eusebio
  • Producer: Alex Young
  • Screenplay: Michael Finch
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Andrew Caller
  • Helicopter Camera: Stefan Müller
  • Hairstylist: Valeska Schitthelm
  • Art Direction: Sabine Engelberg
  • Camera Operator: Adrian Cranage
  • Co-Producer: Mike Wiluan
  • Stunt Driver: Tanner Foust
  • Hairstylist: Jenna Smith
  • Art Department Coordinator: Robert Blasi
  • Camera Operator: Florian Emmerich
  • Music Editor: Ted Caplan
  • Camera Operator: Sebastian Meuschel
  • Still Photographer: Reiner Bajo
  • Stunt Coordinator: Chris O’Hara
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Brendan Nicholson
  • Second Unit Cinematographer: Duane Manwiller
  • Script Supervisor: Zoe Simijonovic
  • Director: Aleksander Bach
  • Fight Choreographer: Jon Valera
  • Stunt Coordinator: Ralf Häger
  • Makeup Artist: Dollei Seah
  • Director of Photography: Óttar Guðnason
  • Casting Associate: Liz Ludwitzke
  • Makeup Effects: Tamar Aviv
  • Wigmaker: Christine Herzog
  • Line Producer: Fran Borgia
  • Sound Recordist: Tim Maxwell
  • Art Direction: Bryce Tibbey
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Adolf Wojtinek
  • Armorer: Mario Uy
  • Armorer: Lutz Zeidler
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Daniela Backes
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Claudius Rauch
  • Helicopter Camera: Norwin Hatschbach
  • Still Photographer: Stefan Mohn
  • Gaffer: Björn Susen
  • Stunts: Thomas Hacikoglu
  • Executive Producer: Michael Hendrickson
  • Co-Producer: Freddie Yeo
  • Line Producer: Little Suzy Yeo

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > A complete action pack, with not so popular actors.

    This is the second version, or we could say the reboot after the 2007 film did not receive well. This should have been a franchisee with at least 3-4 films by now. It’s very clear that something is not working out for it. As for this film, there are several issues. But fairly did at the box office, which is poor for an action film like this. From the director who had never worked on any project before and the writers with good experiences.

    The money was well spent, the production quality was so good, then what is the trouble? Well, my first point out is the casting. Preferably someone top star who can pull the crowd into the cinema halls. Perhaps Jason Statham would have been a better choice, after Paul Walter’s death who was suppose to play the lead. I’m not denying, but Rupert Friend was very good in the replace. But my point is there’s no star value in this project, especially for the foreign markets, these lead stars are the strangers.

    The other drawbacks are, this film rated R, which is utterly pointless. Because there are no kisses, no sexy outfits, or drugs consumption, but only violence and gore which are mostly CGI works. Could you believe what the films are turned out to be nowadays. LOL. Though, I enjoyed the action sequences, so I can’t thumb down and it does not enough to me to thumb up as well. Decent story with a speedy narration. Definitely an average film. Never seen Singapore better than in this film before. You could watch it for the time-pass and for the stunts, or in a situation when there are no other options available.

    6/10

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: I know, I know, this movie is rather superficial and simple. More effort has been spent on cool action than on depth of the story. Well, you know what? I do not care! I quite liked this movie. Agent 47 is cool and kicks ass. The bad guys gets plenty of ass whooping. The action is good. There is quite a lot of high tech and gadgets. What is there not to like?

    The movie starts of with a quite cool sequence introducing Agent 47. I have to say that I got into quite a bit of “wow” mode right a way there. The movie continues with plenty of action sequences with just a wee bit of slowdown in between. Actually the first-half, at least, of the movie is pretty much one long chase.

    Perhaps I should point out that I have not played Hitman and do not really know what the original story is about. From a lot of the comments I have read it appears That this might be to my advantage when it comes to enjoying the movie.

    Some people are probably complaining about bad acting since Agent 47 do not really show much in terms of facial expressions or emotions. Well, news for you, he is not supposed to! He is supposed to be a cold emotionless killing machine so stop whining. Personally I found Agent 47 to be an excellent character. the re is on scene in particular that I liked where Agent 47 intentionally allows himself to be caught in a embassy. Once inside he, to no one in the audience surprise starts to tear the place apart. You have to see it to know what I mean.

    The second part, or perhaps just the last third, of the movie turns into more of a search and destroy for Agent 47 and his new “partner”. this part is of course as action filled as the first part of the movie. Naturally it all leads to a big show down between the Agent 47 & Co. The end itself did not really deliver any surprises but was satisfying.

    The one thing in the movie that annoyed me was this subdermal armor stuff. The idea was not a too bad one but they really overplayed it. Come on! Just shoot him in the head or an eye or some other “sensitive” part for Christ sake. Bulletproof my arse!

    I honestly do not understand the low rating this movie has received. 5.7 at IMDb is really a bit harsh. Rotten Tomatoes rating is, not very surprisingly, abysmal. Rotten Tomatoes and their “critics” ratings must be the worst of any ratings site. When these dickwads rate down a movie, that’s when I start to get interested. First step is to drill down into the real audience ratings which more often that not gives a different picture.

    Any way I digress. Bottom line is that, for me, this is a simple, straightforward, high octane action movie and I quite enjoyed it.

  • snunes97: **This movie makes the 2007 Hitman movie look like a freaking masterpiece**. The source material is thrown completely out of the window. The story is now about super-powered Terminator-like assassins and some woman trying to find her father. The methodical stealth game is turned into a brainless action movie with no originality or stakes. Fans of action movies are going to fall asleep. Fans of the game are going to hate it. **Just watch the 2007 Hitman**. It is a bit more respectful of the source material, it’s more fun and it’s even somewhat smart in places.
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