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Hitman: Extreme Edition (2007)

Released on 31 March 2008

Featuring: Timothy Olyphant, Dougray Scott & Olga Kurylenko

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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Hitman: Extreme Edition roars to life with both barrels blazing in this hardcore action-thriller starring Timothy Olyphant (Die Hard 4.0).

Agent 47 has been educated, from his genetically-engineered "birth", to become a professional assassin for hire, whose most powerful weapons are his nerve and a resolute pride in his work. 47 is both the last two digits of the barcode tattooed on the back of his head and his only name. He is hired by a group know as 'The Agency' to kill selected targets for cash... But the hunter soon becomes the hunted...


  • In the crosshairs
  • Digital hits
  • Instruments of destruction
  • Settling the score
  • Deleted scenes
  • Gag Reel

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 Average rating (165 reviews)

 Hitman makes his target and misses.

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Adaptation after adaptation from video games, the only good adaptation was Silent Hill. When I heard that Hitman was going to be turned into a live-action movie, I was quite excited. The way I viewed was a Michael Mann type espionage thriller, not an action movie. Unfortunately, the filmmakers saw it as an action movie. They changed from 47 being a clone to an orphan. . . . why? To be different? The director said "I'm a fan of the games", if he didn't say that. . . . I would have given this movie a fair review. The script was terrible, especially with the line "the Agency is so secret, no one knows it exists". . . . then who hires 47? The other Agents are supposed to look like 47, not different bald people. Olga Kurylenko was quite bad in the role, but I'll give her a chance for Quantum of Solace since Hitman was her first acting role. The fight scenes were poorly choreographed. Being faithful to the source material? Only to the look of 47, Timothy Olyphant was okay but would have actually been better if it was played by David Bateson (the voice of 47 in the video games and the person who the creators based his facial appearance on). The music was another let-down. Jesper Kyd's music in the games is terrific, making Hitman's world dark, brutal and gothic. But instead changed it on having it trying to be like Bourne and Bond.

My advice? Play the games, THEN (rent or download) watch the movie. Just to see how Xavier Gens (his first directorial debut. . . . not promising) really screwed it up from what could have been great.

 Awful

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Worst film I have ever seen. Yet another film/game tie-in that is a complete waste of time and money. Also, Timothy Olyphant woefully miscast.

 A PROFESSIONAL GAME TO MOVIE HIT!

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Computer games to movies are usualy a hybrid from hell, hardly any have managed the transfer to the silver screen whilst balancing the quality's of the game whilst having a good enough story to drag the film along.
anybody who was unfortunate to see the pathetic Doom,The average Tomb Raiders, or the workman like Resident evil trilogy, will know exactly what i mean.
Hitman however is different, casting Timothy (Die Hard 4.0) Olyphant as agent 47 is perfect.
Agent 47 is cloned professional assassin for hire, but now the hunter becomes the hunted when 47 gets cought up in a political take over.Both interpol and the Russian miliary chase the hitman across eastern europe as he tries to find who set him up and why they are trying to take him out of the game.
The film runs at a break neck pace, from one shoot out to another. The film owes alot to the Bourne trilogy, but is never in the same class, even the music score by Daniel Alter sounds like the Bourns music score. But none of this really matters. As a film it is a very entertaing 100 minutes, that will not shatter the world for being original, but is passes the time and raises the the bar of Game to film tie- in's of the future.
Well worth watching.

 A PROFESSIONAL GAME TO MOVIE HIT!

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Computer games to movies are usualy a hybrid from hell, hardly any have managed the transfer to the silver screen whilst balancing the quality's of the game whilst having a good enough story to drag the film along.
anybody who was unfortunate to see the pathetic Doom,The average Tomb Raiders, or the workman like Resident evil trilogy, will know exactly what i mean.
Hitman however is different, casting Timothy (Die Hard 4.0) Olyphant as agent 47 is perfect.
Agent 47 is cloned professional assassin for hire, but now the hunter becomes the hunted when 47 gets cought up in a political take over.Both interpol and the Russian miliary chase the hitman across eastern europe as he tries to find who set him up and why they are trying to take him out of the game.
The film runs at a break neck pace, from one shoot out to another. The film owes alot to the Bourne trilogy, but is never in the same class, even the music score by Daniel Alter sounds like the Bourns music score. But none of this really matters. As a film it is a very entertaing 100 minutes, that will not shatter the world for being original, but is passes the time and raises the the bar of Game to film tie- in's of the future.
Well worth watching.

 An excellent Action packed 90 Minutes!!

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If you've played the game then this is a must see movie, if you havn't played the game then this is still a must see movie as its awesome. The fight scenes are brillant and the plot is really good.

Its jam packed with action , stunts and pure brilliance.

Recommend 5/5

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ActorsTimothy Olyphant, Dougray Scott, Olga Kurylenko, Robert Knepper, Ulrich Thomsen, Michael Offei & Henry Ian Cusick
DirectorXavier Gens
Certificate15 years and over
Year2007
ScreenWidescreen
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.