A rookie detective, son of a dead disgraced cop, works to solve his first major case while under the watchful eye of a ghost-like assassin. The Assassin's Code is a generic Thriller starring Justin Chatwin and Peter Stormare that has some terrible dialogue, over the top perfomances and for somehow or some reason what so ever Chatwin still keeps getting more roles again and again and i don't know how and the rookie detective type doesn't suit him at all and despite Stormare's good efforts on saving the movie from being an over the top mess of boredom the end result is that he can't save this film from destruction i'm afraid. (0/10)
The Assassin's Code (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
The Assassin's Code (2018)
A rookie detective, son of a dead disgraced cop, works to solve his first major case while under the watchful eye of a ghost-like assassin.
IMDB: 5.96 Likes
- Genre: Thriller |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 815.57M
- Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 95
- IMDB Rating: 5.9/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 5 / 42
The Synopsis for The Assassin's Code (2018) 720p
Rookie Cleveland detective Michael Connelly is desperate to escape from under the shadow of his late father, a detective convicted of a drug scandal within the department when Michael was a boy. When a million dollars' worth of drugs are stolen from police custody and the detective on the case soon turns up dead, Michael begs his captain for the assignment and the chance to prove himself. But when his investigation points toward a crime network, Michael faces pressure to maintain the status quo as he plays a cat-and-mouse game with the powers that be, while under the watchful eye of a ghost-like assassin ensuring their secrecy.
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The Reviews for The Assassin's Code (2018) 720p
Well there's no suprise in there is it?Reviewed byadonis98-743-186503Vote: 1/10
This is a watchable movie more commendable because of its very modest budget. The marketing blurb was somewhat misleading in saying that a ghost-like assassin was stalking the investigative detective, as if said assassin's identity was unknown. We clearly knew the assassin's identity after his dispatch of no less than four victims in the early part of the movie!The over-riding characteristic of this film for me was the very, very pronounced audio - loud musical score, loud sound effects. But this somewhat annoying quirk had a commendable spin-off....it is one of the very few U.S. movies in which the dialogue was easy to follow - no mumbling here. Boy, what a relief. I don't think I'm alone in being critical of the audio, especially diction in films from the U.S. For this improvement here alone, it deserves six stars rather than five.
A classic thriller with a weak script and multiple lackluster perfomances. Another case of a passable story reduced to a unimaginative work that wastes the talents of decent actors. Jason Chatwin does a good job with little support and the work of Peter Stormare is first rate as the baddie. If you like John Wick or Proud Mary you may find this interesting but most will lose interest quickly.