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“Hitman” isn’t just laughably bad – it manages to botch one of the easiest film genres to get right: the guilty pleasure.

Loosely based on the action series of the same name, Olyphant stars as Agent 47, a professional assassin working for a secret organization known only as – get this – The Organization.

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It seems everyone had an opinion on the matter: Based on the facts (Olyphant spotted alone with a cute sweater), is there trouble in paradise or is it much ado about nothing?

ou can’t say that you didn’t see it coming – “Hitman” sucking, that is.

Plucked away as a child and crafted into a cold-blooded killer, 47’s only identity is the barcode tattoo on the back of his head.

When his latest assignment to take down Russia’s new president backfires on him, however, 47 finds himself in the middle of a political takeover.

Director: Xavier Gens, 15, 100min Stars: Timothy Olyphant, Olga Kurylenko, Dougray Scott On general release The Hitman videogame may not have been based on a specific movie, but I will wager that it was created by someone who spent way too much time watching Leon and Nikita – and, funnily enough, Luc Besson is one of the producers here.

Perhaps that is why this English-language French co-production feels like a third-generation facsimile of a real movie.

“Hitman” could have been one of the year’s best guilty pleasures, but instead, the studio should feel guilty just for releasing it.

The single-disc release of “Hitman” features some of the strangest bonus features I’ve ever seen on an action flick, including a five-minute gag reel and a behind-the-scenes look at scoring the film (“Settling the Score”).

At 16, she went to Paris and learned French in six months and was signed by the Madison agency.

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