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Current Rating: 4.14

Current Rating: 4.14

based on 1338 votes and 205 reviews

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  • 5 stars It's a fantastically stylish film with my flavour of the month, James McAvoy. The concepts and visuals are both cartoonish and semi-plausible at the same time. When our hero admonishes someone as not being a top assassin in the Fraternity but just a "thug who can bend bullets" it actually sounds reasonable. The audience on opening night was howling, squealing and clapping along with the newly-contrived action. It felt like a bunch of friends sitting around in a huge living room. A local reviewer nailed Jolie's contribution, "..she let's her eyeshadow do the acting." An early highlight (and since the entire first half is a breathtakingly screeching, crashing delight - it was hard to pick) inv
  • our indian bond.. g8 sexy
  • this movie is fantastic.............
  • i had to give 1 star but this was the stupidest movie i think i ever saw i give o stars
  • amazing amazing this movie had well done special effects nd jolie just made it even hotter
  • This movie was amazing! Don't watch it with your kids, though.
  • Awesome! Finally an action movie that blew my socks off. Amazing effects, good plot and total, non-stop edge of your seat action.
  • This was a really good movie! Angelina looked anorexic though, but awesome movie!
  • I liked the movie but the plot could have been better
  • It doesn't take a genius to see that Angelina Jolie IS the film. I think she may have uttered 3 lines during the course of the entire movie...her star power sells tickets. It was alright, didn't expect much of it.

Wanted

Genre:  Action | Running Time:  110 min.
Release date:  June 27, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  December 2, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 4.14
based on 1338 votes and 205 reviews
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Cast: James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Angelina Jolie, Thomas Kretschmann, Terence Stamp, Common