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Lynch discovers he is a descendant of the secret Assassins society through unlocked genetic memories that allow him to relive the adventures of his ancestor, Aguilar, in 15th Century Spain. After gaining incredible knowledge and skills he’s poised to take on the oppressive Knights Templar in the present day.
ActorsStarring: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, Charlotte Rampling, Michael Kenneth Williams, Ariane Labed, James Sobol Kelly, Denis Ménochet, Callum Turner, Khalid Abdalla, Essie Davis, Carlos Bardem, Javier Gutiérrez, Hovik Keuchkerian, Crystal Clarke, Brian Gleeson, Rufus Wright, Matias Varela, Coco König, Michelle H. Lin, Julio Jordán, Angus Brown, Kemaal Deen-Ellis, Aaron Monaghan, Thomas Camilleri, Marysia S. Peres, Gabriel Andreu, Octavia Selena Alexandru
Critic Reviews About Assassin’s Creed
Pyrotechnics and Michael Fassbender can’t save this preposterous adaptation of the computer game.
In “Assassin’s Creed,” Michael Fassbender is like the ultimate special effect. Just by showing up, he confers respectability on two hours of semi-coherent overly art-directed video-game sludge.
Assassin’s Creed is a step in the right direction for video game movies but slick action and beautiful visuals are undercut by a hollow hero story.
Despite a high-class cast, this fantasy-battle movie — based on a video game series — is disorienting, makes very little sense, and, worst of all, is a terrible, humorless bore.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
Between its tortured logic and its fatalistic view of religion, Assassin’s Creed does little more than kill off a couple of hours that might have been better used.
Pretentious poppycock aside, “Assassin’s Creed” isn’t quite as bad as one might fear, based on the abysmal track record of movies inspired by video games.
Video game thrills are lost in translation.
New York Daily News
It’s not unusual to see great European actors appearing in big-budget dreck, of course, but the participation of Fassbender (who also produced!) and Cotillard seems particularly unnecessary.
Often confusing and far too po-faced, Kurzel’s stabby period piece is redeemed by its sumptuous vistas and top-notch fight work.