Assassin's Creed
USA, UK, France, Hong Kong, Canada, Taiwan, Malta
Drama, Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
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Justin Kurzel
Jeremy Irons as Rikkin
Callum Turner as Nathan
Matias Padin as Emir
Javier Gutiérrez as Tomas de Torquemada
Ariane Labed as Maria
Denis Menochet as McGowen (as Denis Menochet)
Carlos Bardem as Benedicto
Michael Fassbender as Cal Lynch / Aguilar
Essie Davis as Mary Lynch
Khalid Abdalla as Sultan Muhammad XII
Michael K. Williams as Moussa (as Michael K. Williams)
Charlotte Rampling as Ellen Kaye
Brendan Gleeson as Joseph Lynch
Storyline: Through Abstergo a company that creates a revolutionary technology that unlocks his genetic memories, Callum Lynch (Michael Fassbender) experiences the memories of his ancestor, Aguilar de Nerha (Aguilar Of Nerha), in 15th Century Spain. Callum discovers he is descended from a mysterious secret society, the Assassins and Templars, and amasses incredible knowledge and skills to take on the oppressive and powerful Templar organization in the present day.
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oh my .... this was just... boring as f..
extremely hard for me to say anything nice about this movie ... this one was just boring from the beginning to the end ... so 100% boring ... " great job " .. after a hour i was watching my clock and hoping it was over soon ... then i ask't the one by my side if she wanted to leave ... she sayd " lets see if this picks up for a few more mins ... but it didn't ... i wanted to kill my self ...afyer 1hour and 50 mins give or take thiscrapy movie was over .... god danm this was .. the most boring movie i ever seen " almost " even the main actor ... was just .. " i like him in the xman movies but ... " well let me say it this way ... i will never see a other movie with him again !!!
We Work in the Dark to Serve the Light
Besides a few yearly sports titles, I don't find myself enamored with any single video game series. That is, besides the Assassin's Creed games. The film definitely captured the game's tone, even if it sometimes makes frustrating plot choices.

I'm not willing to say Assassin's Creed breaks the video game-movie "curse" if you will, but it may be the best adaptation in years. Of course, that's not saying a whole lot, and there's still so much room for improvement. Where many films these days have way too many exposition-heavy scenes, Assassin's Creed needed a few more. If you haven't played any of the games or are not familiar with the lore, there will be more than one time you'll be saying (in the words of Callum Lynch) "what the f*ck is going on."

And frustrating or not, this story isn't necessarily structured like the games. The games are roughly 75% past and 25% present day balanced. But the film flips that into 60% present and 40% past. I'm not sure if it was budgetary reasons or the filmmakers just didn't think 15th Century Spain would be interesting to viewers, but this isn't a film about that particular time-frame. For better or worse, this is Callum Lynch's story. If that's the reason you'll dislike the movie than that's fine, but I'm not sure what the film chose not to set focus on would be the reason I would tear it apart for. Instead, the film is at its weakest when the present-day plot takes itself too seriously or you just don't fully understand certain character's motivations (i.e. Marion Cotillard).

To me, however, because of how much this film encapsulated the feeling of the video game, I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the movies. Although used sparingly, Aguilar (Lynch's ancestor in 15th Century Spain), is awesome. I would have liked some more development between him and Maria, a fellow assassin, but the action they took part in is some of the most thrilling this year. If this film makes money, I sure hope the filmmakers decide to cut down on the shadowy and smoke filled action, because when you can see fighting clearly, is when the film succeeds the most.

I can't deny that this film can be pretty confusing, especially to a casual film-goer, but if you're a fan of the game I can't see you walking away disappointed overall. There are certainly some things that need fixing, but if Fox takes a leap of faith (ha, see what I did there), this could be quite the franchise.

+When the film focuses on the past


+Action replicates the game's aesthetic

-Needed some more exposition

-Some characters are underwritten

A leap of faith that left me disappointed
Assassins Creed is a movie based on the computer game of the same name, although it is a unique story set in that universe. It focuses on the search for the Apple of Eden, the key to mankind's free will and the source of a struggle between the assassins and the Templars.

I found the story presented in this movie to be extremely erratic and bizarre, the characters one dimensional and forgettable. There was no depth or reason to care about any of the characters, and there was so much unexplained that I was frequently left wondering if I had missed something (I hadn't). And the end of the movie... well I can say i was left wanting more, but that's only because the final scene was so underwhelming I couldn't believe it was the end

Not even worth it if you are a fan of the games..
you are about to enter the Animus..
Assassin's Creed

No man, no, come on Fassbender, not from you. I didn't see this coming at all. And I am disappointed with Marion too. Why would she do such a movie? Bad script with bad direction, i mean the audience is much smarter than some silly fights or stunts and even the visual effects weren't good too. There is not a single moment or a thread of the story that you might wanna hold onto so, basically a four-year kid wrote the script. A disaster, a nightmare, a tragedy; basically a glimpse of 2017.

I would like to start by saying I am not a gaming person. So I have no knowledge of, or interest in, this film's resemblance to the game it is based on. Good things – the leading actors are all well known and capable. The fact that this film is still pretty dull essentially means that even Michael Fassberger, Jeremy Irons, and Marion Cotillard could not save this movie. I will give them full marks for trying, however. Acting was about the only thing I felt worked here. The production was visually appealing, I suppose, but all of this paled in the face of the utterly ridiculous plot. I love fantasy, and I am quite happy to suspend disbelief and enjoy a good yarn. But this plot just got beyond the whole suspension of disbelief and went happily into ridiculous from the start. What is this machine they are using? How was it made? How could such a thing be remotely possible? No attempted explanation was given, it was just there as a plot device. How could a machine possibly put you into a past life, just because an ancestor had similar dna. How can the other people possibly be seeing the things the hooked up person is seeing? And the 'apple' – the million dollar question is this- if the apple removes free will, how are the Templars going to protect themselves from having their free will removed so they can control everybody else? So many questions, no answers. I am firmly of the belief that if you are going to present a fantasy, it needs to be logical within its own universe. This wasn't.
Not as good as i was hoping
Me and my Friend went to see Assassin's Creed really looking forward to it but unfortunately we were both disappointed by it as it wasn't as good as we hoped it would be, I mean the action sequences were good but were hoping for better, hopefully the sequel might be better. Let's Hope So.
All in all pretty good
Assassins Creed is by no means perfect, but I did enjoy it. The film has the classic setting from Assassins Creed games, a modern day protagonist enters the Animus to relive the memories of his ancestor. The film does a pretty good job explaining the series mythos to those unfamiliar with the games. Sadly, we don't spend as much time with the ancestor Aquilar as we do with the present day Cal, and Aquilar feels under developed as a character. The movie also felt a bit short. It really could have benefited from a longer run time, to give more character development to the ancestors, and explain some of the characters motivations better. The action in this movie is great, the story is solid, and the characters (that are properly developed) are interesting. Both Fassbender and Irons play their roles well. Overall a decent movie any Assassins Creed fan would enjoy. The critics like to bash it because it's a video game movie, and it's cool to hate video game movies, but it's not bad at all. 8/10
What A Shame.
A nice cast -- even a great cast -- thrown into this celluloid dumpster. Fassbinder, Cotillard, Rampling, Gleason, and Jeremy Irons wasted in another movie of insubstantial value.

Fassbinder, through some scientific legerdemain of the future, is sent back in time to knock off the evil Knights of Templar, who are assassins and whose power will grow until in the present of the future (or whatever) they are slaughtering dissenters.

I guess that's the general idea. But the result is the slaughter of any touch of originality that might have made this story more than just another action adventure full of special effects.

Fassbinder? It could be Van Damm, Lundgren, Willis, Schwarzenegger, Stallone, or some rough beast lumbering out of a cartoonist's imagination.

The principals can still deliver the goods but why even try? Marian Cotillard's French-accented English has been eliminated and dubbed by an Englishwoman. Well, why not? Who cares -- as long as those medieval weapons are garnished with sharp points and hooks everywhere, and the stunt men can still provide flying kicks with the undercranked camera? Pfui.
A movie based on a video game done right.
I've heard all sorts of bad things about the movie, that there's too much Spanish, too much action outside the Animus and many more, but that mattered little since I stopped listening to critics regarding a movie a long time ago. People nowadays have strange expectations when it comes to movies in general, they want them to be as real as possible or want the movie to be according to their views. But enough about that, lets talk about the movie and the movie (in my opinion was great), to be honest, it was way better than I had originally expected, there was enough action inside and outside of the Animus, to me it seemed like they balanced it well. I absolutely loved the fact that they decided to have the actors speak Spanish when the story was focused on the assassins. I'm a fan of the video game series and I can say I'm glad they didn't use Desmond Miles as the main character and went for Callum Lynch (Michael Fassbender) who is now the lead for the movie. There are loads of easter eggs for the fans of the video game series which they'll definitely notice. The cast was great, I mean you also have Jeremy Irons as a templar (I'm almost certain he actually is a templar in real life) and Marion Cotillard who was wonderful and the all cast was great. And Michael Fassbender was a great choice for the main character, he was freaking awesome.

All in all I'll give this movie a 10 out of 10 for it's genre, because it deserves to. It surpassed my expectations and all the bad critics it has. To all the people that wanted to see Desmond Miles and Altair in the movie, I'll tell you that if you did it would have been simply dull and uninspired, this new character refreshes the series and brings about the possibility for new stories and I can't wait for another movie.
A Good movie let down by critics
I rarely write reviews and this is my first one I've written on IMDb. There was a reason why I did not go to see this movie the opening week because the reviews coming in were ranging from mediocre to bad. Apart from this there were other instances were I regretted watching a movie based and reviews as when I watched it myself I enjoyed them thoroughly(Warcraft).

Such is the case with Assassins Creed. Throughout the movie I was waiting for the instance where it would slow down or start to get me bored as was stated by a YouTube reviewer who I watched for this movie and surprisingly enough I was in on the journey till the end. I feel after watching this movie that some of the critics are indeed paid off or are in power to destroy a movie unless the studios give in on their demands or just biased.

This movie was enjoyable for what it was. The cast/acting, Screenplay, Sound etc. and I really liked and appreciate the filmmakers for keeping the language Spanish in the memories/flashback scenes. It was a good choice.

The only complaint I did have was the quick cuts and closeups of the fight and chase scenes.

Movie was overall a good watch.
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