”How does a good man decide when to kill?” asks Timothy Olyphant’s killer-for-hire protagonist in the opening minutes of Hitman. But we have a better question for you, Timothy Olyphant: ”How does such a good actor wind up in this witless piece of action schlock?” Based on a videogame, Hitman could be the year’s dumbest movie, thanks to an idiotic premise concerning a group of secretive assassins identifiable only — only? — by the large bar-code tattoos on the backs of their shaved noggins. D
Genre: Action/Adventure, Mystery and Thriller; Starring: Timothy Olyphant, Robert Knepper, Dougray Scott; Director: Xavier Gens; Author: Skip Woods; Release Date Wide: 11/21/2007; Runtime (in minutes): 100; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
Posted November 21 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
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