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646f9e108c A young man finds out his long lost father is an assassin. When his father is murdered, the son is recruited into his father's old organization and trained by a man named Sloan to follow in his dad's footsteps.
The anxious, clumsy and abused office clerk Wesley Allan Gibson has a hell and boring routine life: his obese boss humiliates him all the time and his girlfriend betrays him with his colleague and best friend during working period. When he meets the sexy Fox, Wesley is informed that his father was a professional killer that belonged to an ancient organization called Fraternity and killed by the skilled and powerful Cross, a hit-man that has betrayed the Fraternity. Wesley learns that his anxiety actually is a manifestation of his latent abilities and he joins the society under the command of Sloan. Trained by Fox, he changes his personality and attitude, being prepared to face the dangerous Cross and find a hidden secret.
This film is a hodgepodge of better films. It borrows many of the effects The Matrix pioneered. Some scenes look like they were adapted from tossed Matrix storyboards. It borrowed the existential themes from Fight Club about a lost working drone of Generation X trying to find strength and meaning in his depressing life. It took several other plot points and ideas from other films but I don&#39;t want to spoil anything. I&#39;m not saying you can&#39;t recycle old ideas but stealing them without paying the necessary homage is very uncreative and uncool. <br/><br/>Wanted was packed to the brim with clichés in the dialogue, the plot, the characters, the sometimes &#39;Guy Richie-esquire&#39; cinematography...and well just everything. I can just see how the details of this film were hammered out. &quot;What would The Matrix look like if they could curve bullets?!?&quot; <br/><br/>Well, now we know. I recommend wanted to anyone who hasn&#39;t seen Fight Club or The Matrix. I unfortunately couldn&#39;t enjoy it when I&#39;d already seen the ideas done better in 1999.<br/><br/>What? They&#39;re making a wanted 2? Son of a...
I watched it out of boredom not expecting much else but another action flick with lots of cool visual effects. But what i saw was definitely better than what i though it would be. <br/><br/>Though the plot was BEYOND ridiculous and isn&#39;t worth discussing, it was still fun if you try to have a sense of humor. And i couldn&#39;t stop laughing after the very last line you hear coming out of the main character&#39;s mouth... Want spoil it for you, but it&#39;s hilarious. I didn&#39;t care if the action scenes, which made most of the movie length, reminded me of other movies, they were still awesome and i wish i hadn&#39;t downloaded it, but instead, enjoyed it on a big screen in a theater. <br/><br/>So if you are fond of these kind of movies, the type of Tarantino&#39;s late brainless creations, you might as well like this pile of [email protected]#$% and enjoy it without trying to wrap your brain around the fact that the plot of such an expensive movie sucks monkey balls.
As nonsense goes, this has a certain gusto and glee, and what dismayed me was that Bekmambetov felt the need to spice it with the addition of coarsely chopped violence.
Wanted is loosely based on a comic book miniseries of the same name by Scottish graphic novelist Mark Millar, with art by J.G. Jones, published in 2003 and 2004 by Top Cow as part of Millar&#39;s creator-owned line known as Millarworld. American screenwriting partners, Michae

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