If you’re the sort of person who huffs paint and gives yourself mild concussions for fun, then you’ll enjoy the heck out of Hitman: Agent 47, in theaters today. Actually, anybody who enjoys incredibly dumb movies will get a kick out of this cinematic gem.
The best way to get interested in this new Hitman: Agent 47 trailer is to take a page out of the film’s main character: Empty your brain. Forget this is the second adaptation of the popular video game series.
In the article about crossovers of the Dark Age of DC Comics, I wrote a bit about Hitman, one of the only good things to come out of the Bloodlines crossover. And now I want to write a bit more, because Hitman is just so good, it deserves its own article.
You know what? When you have an assassin as the central character of your movie, he doesn't necessarily need to be a good guy. He can be one hell of a villain.
There are plenty of great ways to murder someone. Poison in the champagne, ninja star, running them over with a tractor—but whatever you do, don't try to solicit a hitman with your Facebook status.
Oklahoma native and rebellious speller Tonia Mullins, in a spectacular act of self-incrimination, used text messages to contact a hit man to "take care" of her lover's wife. Mullins conspired with her beau, Army soldier Michael Andrew Crawford, to have the poor Mrs. Crawford killed and her insurance money used to buy…
We were among the 10 people to actually see this videogame-to-movie adaptation in the theaters, but now you can watch it for free in your own home thanks to a mis-price by iTunes. Just follow the instructions after the jump and you'll be able to download all 1.09 GB of bald gunplay for yourself, all for the price of a…
16-year-old Cory Ryder is awaiting trial for hiring a hitman to whack his parents because they took away his PlayStation. But the man paid to do the job wasn't a hitman, but an undercover cop...hired by the kid's mother.