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American Assassin

American Assassin

By Michael Cuestra

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Release Date: 2017-09-15
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 51min
  • Director: Michael Cuestra
  • Production Company: TIK Films
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Movie Rental Price: USD 5.99
6.1/10
6.1
From 1,012 Ratings

Description

Black ops recruit Mitch Rapp (Dylan O'Brien) is reeling from the death of his fiancée in a terrorist attack when he is assigned to shadowy CIA figure Stan Hurley (Michael Keaton) to receive special training in tracking terrorists. Rapp and Hurley are then dispatched to join a Turkish agent on a mission to stop a mysterious operative from unleashing chaos of international proportions.

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  • Books

    1
    By Josh'sPhone
    I know people complain about the movie not having every exact detail like the book but literally this movie was nothing like the book. The only thing that was kind of close was him being on the farm. That’s it. Disappointed. Also I’m curious as how Vince Flynn screen wrote this in 2017 when he died in 2013.
  • Good Action Movie!

    5
    By Otrader
    Don’t understand the bad reviews. If you take time to understand the nuances of the plot it is as good as Jason Bourne! Loved it!
  • Good action movie. Cinematography at the end was outstanding

    5
    By Dadbehj
    Good movie. Looked like it was going to be a low budget one but no, typical storyline but a very good action thriller Excellent fight scenes Cinematography towards the end was A+
  • LMAFO scenes

    3
    By Nature cat fan gaming
    Doc Hudson God
  • I think I want my $0.99 back

    1
    By Mmmmgggood
    I am blown away by just how bad this movie was. The movie's only redeeming moments were the interrogation of Michael Keaton which were shocking. Otherwise it is pedantic movie with bad acting, and an unoriginal plotline. I struggled to watch it in 30 minute chunks... You have seen this movie before, but done wayyyy better. Go rewatch a Bourne movie or read a book and save yourself the $0.99
  • Meh

    1
    By Benideto
    This movie is really, really bad. Every aspect of it sucked, from acting, to cinematography, to scripting, unless . . . you're 10-12 years old!! Still not as cool as the B-movies I grew up on, like "Revenge of the Ninja" or "Commando." You can toatally tell they producer really wanted Mark Wahlberg. Haha! What a blatant rip off. Glad I only paid a buck for this. Couldn't finish it. Mr. Mom's character and acting totally sucked, too. I guess Keaton's inspired return stopped wth Birdman. Pre-teens of the world, you'll love this! Otherwise, don't bother
  • Nothing New Typical

    2
    By systemgolightly
    there is no creativity here, if you need to kill time this is fine you are NOT walking away with anything.
  • I loved it!!

    5
    By 96kareem
    Great all around.
  • One of those it’s not like the book reviews

    1
    By EMT_Fletcher
    I’ve read every book in the Rapp series. I knew this movie would not be like the book but good lord it’s bad. Only thing that is similar to the book are character names. So glad I didn’t buy this movie.
  • Yikes

    1
    By emsps
    As someone in the Navy who has had extensive training in combat and weapons handling, I’m shocked at how many people were alive at the end of this movie. Even the simplest training was overlooked. I’ve been on many of those classes of ships in the final scenes, and it’s clear that the writers assumed how that scenario would work out without so much as consulting a single sailor or veteran. We go through hours upon hours of training, getting little to no sleep to train for this exact kind of casualty. Not once did I see any of it executed properly, even the most basic things that take literally seconds to teach. I’m very disappointed in the utter lack of consideration for reality, especially considering how real the threat of terrorism is today.

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