Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas star in this great action-thriller.
Sylvester Stallone plays Robert Rath, who is supposed to kill this guy at a
funeral, but someone beats him to it. He tracks the man and has a nice
little talk with him. The other man is another assassin, Miguel Bain
(Antonio Banderas). Rath (who is the best assassin there is) gets another
assignment worth two million dollars. Eliminate buyers and return girl and
disk and he can retire. Bain wants to beat Rath and complete the task
first. What follows is a battle between the two assassins. Sylvester
Stallone looks sleepy, at one time they show a close-up of his eyes and
Julianne Moore's eyes. You can see the difference so easily. Banderas is
alive, which is good. The best performance is probably from Julianne Moore
who is the girl they have to get the disk from. Special effects are good,
as is the ending climax. Overall, it is thrilling, with a fair amount of
action and violence..
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full of action and comedy good one.
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STALLONE IS COOL IN THIS MOVIE AND ALWAYS BETTER THAN ARNIE RAMBO 4 IS BRUTAL AND CONVINCING.
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sly and antonio how can you go wrong.
EXCELENT MOVIE .
a good movie too..
when you see this film hold your breath.
Bang Bang, You're Dead
The word "assassins" has an interesting etymology. It's from Arabic and
was used to refer to a tribe of murderers who wrecked themselves on
hashish before doing the dirty deed. Well, they may have used it, but
not while murdering anyone. Hash is much too mellow a high. Which is
something that can't be said about this movie. You may or may not know
it but you've seen this movie before. Think back to the last dozen or
so action movies you've watched, pick out the typical characters and
set pieces, put them together in a slightly different order or locale,
and you have "Assassins." You will need a high-speed car chase,
exploding fireballs, pistols with silencers, a sniper's scoped rifle, a
sinister villain with greasy and unkempt hair, the supposedly dead body
that has just been shot and fallen through four floors and suddenly
comes rip-roaring back to life, bodies crashing through windows in slow
motion, guns that never need reloading, a hero rushing madly through a
flock of pigeons to save his girlfriend who is in immediate jeopardy,
someone hanging by the fingertips of one hand from a rickety old pipe,a
hit man who wants to retire, and a plot involving a MacGuffin and a
rivalry between assassins to see who is going to be the best assassin
in the world, the second best, and only the third best. Put them all
together and you have "Assassins." The suspense associated with
awaiting the outcome whipped me into a frenzy of indifference. There is
one surprise, though. If Stallone managed to take off his clothes and
flex his pecs again I managed to miss it, thank God. His muscles have
acquired such bulk that his sports jackets look made by Adrian. If his
shoulders get any wider he'll look like Joan Crawford in some 1944
movie. It's hard to tell from this movie that Julianne Moore is really
an actress with some range. Nothing much is asked of her here except to
be the helpless, trapped female, but see her as a vacant personality in
"Safe," in which she turns in an excellent, subdued performance. She
isn't stunningly pretty and she doesn't ooze sex and collagen, but she
has the kind of ordinary good looks that might draw glances in a
supermarket. She needs a vehicle..