When you take the man out of humanity, what is it that you end up with. It's not a man, it's not a machine, it's a product of years of hard work. So where does that leave humanity and what can be done? One young lady is about to find out. Her childhood memories are all that she has to go off of. What little she does remember has driven her to search for her past. The question then becomes, is she ready for the answer. Along the journey, she finds herself the target of an assassin. It will take everything she has to escape and in doing so, she's about to learn more about herself than she ever could have imagined. Agent 47 is a pivotal part of this plot, his actions set in place a series of events that will change the game for all involved. So are we ready? We're about to find out. This edgy fast paced action flick is a cross between James Bond and something more (something along the lines of I Robot without the robot)... The line gets drawn in the sand and the challenge becomes not of crossing the line but more of redrawing and redefining it. As this is based on the video game, the action fits. The story seems to lack a bit of finesse but other than a few obvious errors, it's a solid well-adapted piece of cinematography.