Assassin's Bullet is a 2012 action drama thriller film directed by Isaac Florentine and starring Christian Slater, Donald Sutherland and Elika Portnoy, who is also credited for the story. The film was released directed to video.
- David E. Ornston
- Nancy L. Babine, Hans Feuersinger
- Elika Portnoy
- Isaac Florentine
Aug 03, 2012 · Directed by Isaac Florentine. With Christian Slater, Donald Sutherland, Elika Portnoy, Timothy Spall. A woman is killing off int'l bad guys (and witnesses). An ex FBI new man at the American Embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria, is put in charge of investigating the vigilante's actions there.
- Isaac Florentine
- 2 min
The review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a 71% approval rating based on 206 critics, with a rating average of 6.56/10 and the consensus, "Wanted is stylish, energetic popcorn fare with witty performances from Angelina Jolie (playing an expert assassin), James McAvoy, and Morgan Freeman that help to distract from its ...
Aug 02, 2012 · A retired FBI agent goes after a mysterious killer in exotic Bulgaria in this pro forma action thriller. The wigmakers gets a workout in Assassin’s Bullet, a B-movie thriller mainly notable by ...
- THR Staff
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Assassin's Creed is a 2016 science fiction action film based on the video game franchise of the same name.The film is directed by Justin Kurzel, written by Michael Lesslie, Adam Cooper and Bill Collage, and stars Michael Fassbender (who also produced), as well as Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, Charlotte Rampling and Michael K. Williams.
The word assassin is often believed to derive from the word hashshashin (Arabic: حشّاشين, ħashshāshīyīn, also hashishin, hashashiyyin, or assassins), and shares its etymological roots with hashish (/ h æ ˈ ʃ iː ʃ / or / ˈ h æ ʃ iː ʃ /; from Arabic: حشيش ḥashīsh).
It appears in the Movie Stars category, along with other famous cars like the Ford Torino from Starsky & Hutch and the Ford Mustang Mach 1 from Diamonds Are Forever. In the 2011 video game, Driver: San Francisco, the "Bite the Bullet" mission is based on the famous chase scene, with licensed versions of the Mustang and Charger from the film.