Release Date : 30 December, 2016 | Duration : 140 Min
Director : Justin Kurzel
Callum Lynch (Michael Fassbender ) is a criminal who is about to get executed. Unexpectedly to his surprise he has been saved by Abstergo Industries, the modern-day incarnation of the Templar Order. Bu their planned this escape so that he can be a part of Animus Project to relive the memories of of his ancestor Aguilar de Nerha, an Assassin in the time of the Spanish Inquisition. As the experiment continues Callum evolves into something else.
It doesn’t matter if you are a gamer, a history (or movie) buff, a fan of Fassbender’s, or even an enthusiast of everything that is good in this world. Assassin’s Creed finds a way to disappoint just about everyone. Read Full Review
As soon as it’s back to the grim monotony of Callum and co, however, any inkling of life dies. As Assassin’s Creed struggles towards its conclusion - and a nonsensical heel turn from a major character - one can’t help but feel disappointed in a Read Full Review
Still, there is one scene where the filmmakers hint at why they wanted to make "Assassin's Creed" into a movie: Cal is shown a room where non-compliant Animus test subjects are prematurely aged and/or go blind (this is also poorly explained in the mo Read Full Review