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The Assassin's Code is a movie starring Justin Chatwin, Peter Stormare, and Mark Thompson. A rookie detective, son of a dead disgraced cop, works to solve his first major case while under the watchful eye of a ghost-like assassin.

Genres
Thriller, Action, Crime, Drama
Director
David A. Armstrong
Starring
Justin Chatwin, Peter Stormare, Mark Thompson, Robin Thomas

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Product details

Genres Thriller, Action, Crime, Drama
Director David A. Armstrong
Writer Valerie Grant, Edward Lee Cornett
Stars Justin Chatwin, Peter Stormare, Mark Thompson, Robin Thomas
Country Canada, USA
Also Known As Suikastçi, Legacy, ダブル・ミッション 報復の銃弾
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A rookie detective, son of a dead disgraced cop, works to solve his first major case while under the watchful eye of a ghost-like assassin.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 14:46

David Mamet's The Assassin's Code tells the story of a dangerous, modern-day serial killer who targets political leaders and their families. Two years after a failed assassination attempt, an international murder investigation team led by a man with a deep personal history with the suspect (who is now an international spy), has an opportunity to catch the killer before he carries out a deadly attack on the president. We follow the investigation from the start, and the team's personal relationships with their superiors, including the editor and the general manager, are examined. Mamet's focus on characters is sharp and his treatment of each plot point is superb. The performance of Clive Owen as the lead killer is excellent. The audience learns more about his character as the story goes along, and Owen's subtle reactions to the situation are brilliant. The supporting cast also provides strong support. Some characters have little to do, but their interactions with Owen's lead are highly engaging. Owen's portrayal of a wily and dangerous killer is one of the film's highlights. Matthew Goode as the editor is also excellent, but Owen's performance is superior. I particularly enjoyed the relationship between Owen's character and Christian Bale's who plays the general manager. Both play their parts with class and gravitas. "I knew you were a bad guy, but I never thought you were THAT bad!" In the hands of an actor as good as Owen, the audience is taken on a wild ride with their reactions to the terrible events. As a viewer, you will be thoroughly engrossed in the action. There are many tense scenes throughout, and the suspense is heightened throughout by Mamet's way of framing and cutting. The use of slow motion is also very effective. Although I found this movie to be slow and drawn-out, I did find it to be a good piece of work. It is clear that the director was focused on using his characters and giving the audience a good story. Although this is a serious subject, the movie is entertaining and entertaining alone is not a bad thing.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 16:07

SPOILERS The trailer gave us a good idea of what to expect from "The Assassin's Code". I was expecting a cinematic thriller. The first time I watched this movie I was in tears. It really made me think about my family history. I could relate to the events in this movie because I had just lost my sister to breast cancer. The movie gave us the story of two sisters. One was naive and naivete leads to her death. The other was a sadist who killed one of her own family members. I loved how the two sisters and their relationship developed. This movie was really heartwarming. I could relate to the situations these two women were in. I really think this movie was great. It gave us a story about a family and a family's relationship to family. The director did a great job with the film and I think it will be great for young girls to watch. The movie had a great pace. It kept me guessing and wanting to know more about what happened. I am glad that this movie was made because it was truly one of the best movies I have seen in years. This is a must see. I would recommend it to anyone. If you have ever had a family member who was a victim of violence or a member of your own family who has been killed. This movie will make you think. It will show you that no matter what you do, nothing will change. I think everyone should see this movie because it shows you that no matter what you do or how hard you try to do something good can still not bring back your loved ones. I would also like to thank James Cromwell for making this film because he really gave us a great movie. I also think this is a great movie to see with your friends because it makes you all feel a little better about the world.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 05:11

Wow, I have not seen a bad movie for a long time. And even though I'm only a novice at watching movies, I do watch most every movie I can find. But this movie was excellent. I liked it so much that I wanted to write a review. Well, I do like it, but I need to add my comments, so that you can read mine. This movie is the best I have ever seen. It has a good story line, a good cast, and a good plot. It has a lot of action and suspense. It is more realistic and realistic than a lot of Hollywood films. Even though there were many things that didn't make sense, I still thought it was great. You can tell that the director tried to make it as real as possible. I did not see a lot of movies that were as realistic as this one. The direction and acting was excellent. The story was good, and the actors made it believable. The story was good, and the acting was great. This movie was so realistic that it makes you feel like you are there with the characters. I was in complete awe of the way the actors acted. I just cannot describe how good they were. The best part of the movie is the cinematography and the music. The cinematography is great, and I thought it was great. The music is very good. I could not find any bad music in the movie. The soundtrack was also excellent. The movie is good, but there were some parts that were not as good as I thought. It did have some cliches, but it was still good. I thought that the plot was good, and the story was good. The ending of the movie was great. It had a great ending, and it was just like the book. The ending was great. I just can't say enough about how good this movie is. It's not like a lot of movies out there that are great. This movie is a must see.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 20:13

In the last few years, the director has been shifting his focus, more and more towards original ideas, rather than copying from the past. His last film, Dead Silence, was a low-budget thriller with big stars and a pretty good director, and that was very entertaining, but not entirely original. The Assassin's Code is a film based on a novel written by American author William Daniels. I have not read the book, and have only seen the short film, so I cannot comment on the book and the film, but I believe it is a very good adaptation of the book, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the novel. The first hour of the film is very well done, with many interesting story elements. There are a few points in the film where the characters are very shallow, and one-dimensional, but in the end, this is a big part of the appeal of the film. The cast, with two notable exceptions, is fantastic, with strong performances from all the actors. Morgan Freeman and Michael Fassbender are two of the best actors of their generation, and their scenes together are very well acted. The movie is visually stunning. The scenes are well filmed, and the production design is beautiful, with a very dark tone throughout. The action scenes are exciting, and never boring. One of the most interesting things about the movie is the fact that the film is set in the present, instead of the past. This allows for a great tension, and the film is extremely action packed, at times, with many shots of the action in the street, and in the movie theatre. The ending, while not a perfect one, is very satisfying, and in my opinion, perfectly suited to the film. My vote is eight. Title (Brazil): Not Available
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 02:29

I've been searching for this movie for years. I'm a huge fan of John McTiernan and I was really looking forward to seeing this film. But there is something about this movie that just wasn't quite right. At first I thought the acting was terrible. Even with some decent actors like Ricardo Darin, Richard Roxburgh, Robert Loggia, Christopher Plummer, and Robert Mitchum, the acting still just wasn't very good. So I was very disappointed in the acting. But after watching the film a second time, I realized that this wasn't the whole problem. This film had some very bad directing. The pacing in the film is very slow and the film is very long. This makes it difficult to follow. But the directing in this film was also very slow. Some of the characters are extremely cold and almost seem to lack any emotion at all. But the direction was also slow in some scenes. For example, when the bomb goes off, the characters start crying and just the start of the film. This is something that I was really looking forward to seeing. I thought this was going to be a very emotional film but it wasn't. The ending to the film is extremely predictable and the direction is extremely slow. But I think it's a good movie. The only thing I didn't like about this film was the acting. And that is mainly because the acting is really bad. But the directing is really slow and the pacing is really slow. And I think this is a good film. It has a good ending and it is really well acted. But it just wasn't a very good film. But if you are a fan of the original, I would definitely recommend this film.


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