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15th Apr '16 12:31:56 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: Agent 47 is a ConsummateProfessional who would never share any details of his contract with the outside world so trying to kill him just results in him having a reason to ruin the antagonists' lives. Likewise, Nika has no loyalty to the [[spoiler: dead Belicoff.]]
1st Dec '15 11:16:02 AM TheRoguePenguin
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* AssassinOutclassin: The duel on the train seems to share elements of this as the other Agents are there to kill 47 but also seem to fight each other.
** Possibly justified since it seems that [[{{Greed}} whoever completes the contract will get the payment]].

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* AssassinOutclassin: The duel on the train seems to share elements of this as the other Agents are there to kill 47 but also seem to fight each other.
**
other. Possibly justified since it seems that [[{{Greed}} whoever completes the contract will get the payment]].



* CriticalResearchFailure: In-universe example. When 47 meets Udre Belicoff as a "weapons buyer", Udre misidentifies pretty much every gun he offers. For example, he refers to an [=M4A1=] with [=M203=] Underbarrel Grenade Launcher as "an [=M203=] with an Underbarrel Grenade Lancher." 47 actually points this out as evidence of how clueless Udre really is.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: CriticalResearchFailure:
**
In-universe example. When 47 meets Udre Belicoff as a "weapons buyer", Udre misidentifies pretty much every gun he offers. For example, he refers to an [=M4A1=] with [=M203=] Underbarrel Grenade Launcher as "an [=M203=] with an Underbarrel Grenade Lancher." 47 actually points this out as evidence of how clueless Udre really is.



* FanDisservice: Nika's FullFrontalAssault flashback, where she is strung up and being whipped by Belicoff as his leering friends watch.



** FanDisservice: ...except for Nika's FullFrontalAssault flashback, where she is strung and being whipped by Belicoff as his leering friends watch.



* KatanasAreJustBetter: The train duel shifts from a four-way GunsAkimbo MexicanStandoff, to hectic fencing match to the death with everyone [[GunsAkimbo dual-wielding]] small katanas.

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* KatanasAreJustBetter: The train duel shifts from a four-way GunsAkimbo MexicanStandoff, to hectic fencing match to the death with everyone [[GunsAkimbo dual-wielding]] DualWielding small katanas.



* [[LaxativePrank Purgative Prank]]: 47 covertly drugs his impersonation mark's drink to send him to the bathroom to be dispatched.

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* [[LaxativePrank Purgative Prank]]: LaxativePrank: 47 covertly drugs his impersonation mark's drink to send him to the bathroom to be dispatched.



* MexicanStandoff: Just before the train duel with the other Agents, 47 gets caught up in one with the other agents as the each point their [[GunsAkimbo dual]] pistols at one of the others.
* MythologyGag: When Agent 47 crashes through the window of the hotel room below his, the two kids who stare at his entrance are playing one of the Hitman games on TV.

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* MexicanStandoff: Just before the train duel with the other Agents, 47 gets caught up in one with the other agents as the each point their [[GunsAkimbo dual]] pistols at one of the others.
others. They decide to switch to swords for an honorable duel.
* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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When Agent 47 crashes through the window of the hotel room below his, the two kids who stare at his entrance are playing one of the Hitman games on TV.



* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Nika doesn't mind strutting her stuff in front of 47 while wearing nothing more than some ''very'' skimpy panties.

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* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: ShamelessFanserviceGirl:
**
Nika doesn't mind strutting her stuff in front of 47 while wearing nothing more than some ''very'' skimpy panties.



* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: 47's electrocution trap uses way more amperage than is necessary to kill a person, a fact he lampshades when explaining that he wants his victim to know just how serious his demands are.



* TrojanPrisoner: One of 47's jobs is to assassinate a warlord. He accomplishes this by grabbing a mook the warlord was looking for, stuffing a grenade in the guy's mouth, then dropping him off for the inevitable boom.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:It's not made clear if Yuri Marklov survived 47's elaborate execution setup, since the clock hits zero despite him doing as asked, followed by a cut.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:It's WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
** It's
not made clear if Yuri Marklov [[spoiler:Yuri Marklov]] survived 47's elaborate execution setup, since the clock hits zero despite him doing as asked, followed by a cut.]]
25th Oct '15 9:41:00 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* WantsAPrizeForBasicDecency: After her second ride in the trunk, Nika complains to 47. He doesn't see the problem; he got rid of the body she complained about last time.
29th Aug '15 1:39:48 AM CharlesPhipps
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: Agent 47 is a ConsummateProfessional who would never share any details of his contract with the outside world so trying to kill him just results in him having a reason to ruin the antagonists' lives. Likewise, Nika has no loyalty to the [[spoiler: dead Belicoff.]]
26th Aug '15 1:59:47 PM CharlesPhipps
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A reboot titled ''HitmanAgent47'' was released on August 21, 2015. It is an American-German action film directed by Aleksander Bach and written by Skip Woods (who also wrote the original ''{{Film/Hitman}}'' film) and Michael Finch.

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A reboot titled ''HitmanAgent47'' ''Film/HitmanAgent47'' was released on August 21, 2015. It is an American-German action film directed by Aleksander Bach and written by Skip Woods (who also wrote the original ''{{Film/Hitman}}'' film) and Michael Finch.
26th Aug '15 1:23:51 PM Nuxx
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The movie follows Agent 47, a genetically engineered [[ProfessionalKiller hitman]], employed by "[[MurderInc The Agency]]," a clandestine organisation who offer their elite employees to the highest bidders. After assassinating a public official, 47 becomes ensnared in a political conspiracy. He finds himself pursued by both Interpol and the Russian military.

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The movie follows Agent 47, a genetically engineered [[ProfessionalKiller hitman]], hitman]]. 47 is employed by "[[MurderInc The Agency]]," Agency]]" a clandestine organisation who offer their elite employees services to the highest bidders. After assassinating a public official, 47 becomes ensnared in a political conspiracy. He finds himself pursued by both Interpol and the Russian military.



A reboot titled ''HitmanAgent47'' was released on August 21, 2015. It is an American-German action film directed by Aleksander Bach and written by Skip Woods (who also wrote the original ''{{Film/Hitman}}'' film) and Michael Finch. Please add any tropes relevant to the reboot on it's own page.

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A reboot titled ''HitmanAgent47'' was released on August 21, 2015. It is an American-German action film directed by Aleksander Bach and written by Skip Woods (who also wrote the original ''{{Film/Hitman}}'' film) and Michael Finch.

Please add any tropes relevant to the reboot on it's [[HitmanAgent47 own page.page]].
26th Aug '15 1:18:54 PM Nuxx
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In it, Agent 47 is a genetically engineered hitman who works for "the Agency." After assassinating a public official, 47 becomes ensnared in a political conspiracy. He finds himself pursued by both Interpol and the Russian military. The film stars Creator/TimothyOlyphant, [[Film/MissionImpossible Dougray Scott]], and [[Creator/OlgaKurylenko Olga]] [[{{Film/QuantumOfSolace}} Kurylenko]].

A reboot titled ''Hitman Agent 47'' was released on August 21, 2015. It is an American-German action film directed by Aleksander Bach and written by Skip Woods (who also wrote the original ''{{Film/Hitman}}'' film) and Michael Finch.

Agent 47 (Rupert Friend) teams up with a woman named Katia van Dees (Hannah Ware) to help her find her father and uncover the secrets of her past. Together, they aim to take down the leader of Syndicate International, a {{MegaCorp}} based in Singapore. Along the way, they must contend with a superhuman killer named John Smith (Zachary Quinto) and an small army of goons.

It was released on August 21, 2015.

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In it, The movie follows Agent 47 is 47, a genetically engineered hitman [[ProfessionalKiller hitman]], employed by "[[MurderInc The Agency]]," a clandestine organisation who works for "the Agency." offer their elite employees to the highest bidders. After assassinating a public official, 47 becomes ensnared in a political conspiracy. He finds himself pursued by both Interpol and the Russian military.

The film stars Creator/TimothyOlyphant, [[Film/MissionImpossible Dougray Scott]], and [[Creator/OlgaKurylenko Olga]] [[{{Film/QuantumOfSolace}} Kurylenko]].

A reboot titled ''Hitman Agent 47'' ''HitmanAgent47'' was released on August 21, 2015. It is an American-German action film directed by Aleksander Bach and written by Skip Woods (who also wrote the original ''{{Film/Hitman}}'' film) and Michael Finch. \n\nAgent 47 (Rupert Friend) teams up with a woman named Katia van Dees (Hannah Ware) Please add any tropes relevant to help her find her father and uncover the secrets of her past. Together, they aim to take down the leader of Syndicate International, a {{MegaCorp}} based in Singapore. Along the way, they must contend with a superhuman killer named John Smith (Zachary Quinto) and an small army of goons.

It was released
reboot on August 21, 2015.
it's own page.



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[[folder: Hitman (2007)]]



* WouldHurtAChild: Threatened; 47 warns Mike that, should he be forced to kill Mike in his own home, the gun would be loud enough to wake up his family. 47 doesn't leave witnesses, so they'd have to be eliminated.[[/folder]]

[[folder: Hitman: Agent 47]]

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hitman_agent_47_poster_2.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350: He always fulfills his contracts.]]

* ActionSurvivor: Katia is this as her superpower. She's inhumanly capable of surviving. Fighting? Not so much.
** Until later in the movie, at least.
* AdaptationalBadass: John Smith, if he's meant to be Agent Smith from the games. [[spoiler: Also a case of AdaptationalVillainy.]] He's also a far more effective opponent to 47 than [[spoiler: Mark Parchezzi III]], the other character from the games he seems to be based off of, ever got to be (due to gameplay limitations).
* AdaptationalHeroism: Doctor Litvenko is a substitute for Doctor Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer. Ort-Meyer was an evil MadScientist. Doctor Litvenko is not. Also qualifies as an AdaptationalNameChange.
** Agent 47 seems to be helping Katia because he remembers her from his childhood. [[spoiler: He was actually contracted to kill her father.]]
* AmbiguousSituation: Is 47 [[spoiler: honestly trying to help Katia or there to kill Litvenko? Is his second target Litvenko or Katia?]]
* AndTheAdventureContinues: The ending of the movie has 47 and Katia facing [[spoiler: another Agent.]]
* ArcWords: "It's what you do which defines you."
* ArmorIsUseless: Averted in the sequel, to an extent. The normal armor is useless but [[spoiler: John Smith's special armor]] is able to take not only a knife through the shoulder but also several gunshot wounds at point blank range.
* BadassAbnormal: Agent 47, of course, is this. So is Katia [[spoiler: a.k.a 90]]. [[spoiler: John Smith turns out to be one as well.]]
* BadassBoast: The opening target talks about how he managed to take down an Agent after four weeks of searching for him. It was the finest achievement of his career. [[spoiler: It doesn't help him.]]
* ChildhoodFriendRomance: Katia, once she remembers 47 from the Asylum, wants this. Agent 47 shows no sign of reciprocating.
* CompositeCharacter: John Smith has the name and CIA affiliation of Agent Smith from the video games, though other than that he seems to actually be a version of [[spoiler: 47's EvilCounterpart Mark Parchezzi III, aka the Albino, from ''Blood Money''; he's a "failed experiment" of the Syndicate created from their attempts to create their own Agent, considers himself TheRival to 47 and wants to prove himself as the truly superior supersoldier, and has a penchant for white suits. He even gets white hair in TheStinger after reviving from being electrocuted]].
* ConsummateLiar: Both 47 and John Smith never convey any sign they're telling lies. [[spoiler: When everything they say is a lie.]]
* ConsummateProfessional: Agent 47, of course.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Le Clerq runs a {{MegaCorp}} as well as TheSyndicate.
* {{Cyborg}}: Unexpectedly, [[spoiler: John Smith]] is one. [[spoiler: He possesses subdermal titanium armor grafted to his skeleton via nanotech--in other words, he's bulletproof.]]
* TheDragon: John Smith is almost as lethal as Agent 47.
* TheEndingChangesEverything: [[spoiler: Agent 47 was there to kill Litvenko and Le Clerq the entire time. It's entirely possible, nay, even likely, he was playing Katia to accomplish his goal.]]
** Also, that the Agency [[spoiler: has sent another Agent to deal with them.]]
* FatalFlaw: John Smith wants to prove himself better than 47.
* GunsAkimbo: Agent 47 proves to be a master of this when the time comes, though the movie shows he prefers to deal with things via stealth as well as traps.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Played with as Agent 47 is, of course, the good guy in the movie but Katia has no reason to trust him over the much-much more reassuring-looking John Smith.
* ImplacableMan: John Smith doesn't look it. [[spoiler: He is.]]
** 47, of course, is this in spades.
* ManipulativeBastard: John Smith preys on Katia's fear in order to make him trust him. [[spoiler: He's actually out to find her father to have him make his employer an army of super-soldiers.]]
** Agent 47 proves to be this as well. [[spoiler: It's entirely possible he played Katia the same way as Smith to kill her father.]]
* MeaningfulName: Katia's name [[spoiler: is actually a misspelling of the French word for Ninety.]]
* {{MegaCorp}}: Subverted by Syndicate International. While they have a massive skyscraper in Singapore, it's stated they're on the verge of bankruptcy due to how much effort they've put into their super-soldier program.
* MsFanservice: Katia swims around in a pool on the rooftop of the hotel she's staying at, topless from the back, at one point. For some reason.
* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Doctor Litvenko conducted inhuman and evil trials. [[spoiler: He decided they were too evil and fled with his family.]]
* MythologyGag:
** [[spoiler: The Agent deployed to hunt down 47 and Katia at the end of the movie]] is Agent 48, who in the games was the final boss of the first ''Hitman'' game, ''Hitman: Codename 47'', a "superior" clone created by 47's creator intended to be a replacement for 47, due to 47 having an unacceptable amount of free will.
** The movie's producer has confirmed that John Smith is actually intended to be a version of [[spoiler: Mark Parchezzi III, aka the Albino, 47's EvilCounterpart from ''Blood Money'', as confirmed by TheStinger where he revives with white hair and white eyes (which would necessitate the need for sunglasses to blend in)]].
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler: John Smith isn't.]]
* ObviouslyEvil: Agent 47 comes off as this to Katia. He should really work on his appearance.
* PlayfulHacker: You wouldn't think it but 47 proves to be one of these. He enjoys killing people with computers in delightfully silly ways.
* ProfessionalKiller: Naturally. Though, this time, it doesn't seem to be why 47 is doing this. [[spoiler: Except, it actually is.]]
* SherlockScan: Agents as well as Katia all possess this as one of their basic abilities.
* TheStinger: [[spoiler: John Smith revives from being electrocuted, now with white hair and white eyes.]]
* TheStoic: Agent 47 displays no real emotions except when talking about parenthood and sacrifice, [[spoiler: which may well just to manipulate Katia.]]
* SuperSoldier: The plot relates to the attempt to create the Agents by Doctor Litvenko.
* TestedOnHumans: The source of the Agent program.
* TrainingFromHell: 47 puts Katia through this to prepare her for their mission together.
* TheSyndicate: Appropriately, enough, named the Syndicate. Also doubles as a {{Megacorp}}.
* VillainProtagonist: The remake follows two other viewpoint protagonists with Agent 47 hunting them along with another third party that is hunting both. [[spoiler: In the end, only Katia isn't a villain.]]
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* WouldHurtAChild: Threatened; 47 warns Mike that, should he be forced to kill Mike in his own home, the gun would be loud enough to wake up his family. 47 doesn't leave witnesses, so they'd have to be eliminated.[[/folder]]

[[folder: Hitman: Agent 47]]

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hitman_agent_47_poster_2.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350: He always fulfills his contracts.]]

* ActionSurvivor: Katia is this as her superpower. She's inhumanly capable of surviving. Fighting? Not so much.
** Until later in the movie, at least.
* AdaptationalBadass: John Smith, if he's meant to be Agent Smith from the games. [[spoiler: Also a case of AdaptationalVillainy.]] He's also a far more effective opponent to 47 than [[spoiler: Mark Parchezzi III]], the other character from the games he seems to be based off of, ever got to be (due to gameplay limitations).
* AdaptationalHeroism: Doctor Litvenko is a substitute for Doctor Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer. Ort-Meyer was an evil MadScientist. Doctor Litvenko is not. Also qualifies as an AdaptationalNameChange.
** Agent 47 seems to be helping Katia because he remembers her from his childhood. [[spoiler: He was actually contracted to kill her father.]]
* AmbiguousSituation: Is 47 [[spoiler: honestly trying to help Katia or there to kill Litvenko? Is his second target Litvenko or Katia?]]
* AndTheAdventureContinues: The ending of the movie has 47 and Katia facing [[spoiler: another Agent.]]
* ArcWords: "It's what you do which defines you."
* ArmorIsUseless: Averted in the sequel, to an extent. The normal armor is useless but [[spoiler: John Smith's special armor]] is able to take not only a knife through the shoulder but also several gunshot wounds at point blank range.
* BadassAbnormal: Agent 47, of course, is this. So is Katia [[spoiler: a.k.a 90]]. [[spoiler: John Smith turns out to be one as well.]]
* BadassBoast: The opening target talks about how he managed to take down an Agent after four weeks of searching for him. It was the finest achievement of his career. [[spoiler: It doesn't help him.]]
* ChildhoodFriendRomance: Katia, once she remembers 47 from the Asylum, wants this. Agent 47 shows no sign of reciprocating.
* CompositeCharacter: John Smith has the name and CIA affiliation of Agent Smith from the video games, though other than that he seems to actually be a version of [[spoiler: 47's EvilCounterpart Mark Parchezzi III, aka the Albino, from ''Blood Money''; he's a "failed experiment" of the Syndicate created from their attempts to create their own Agent, considers himself TheRival to 47 and wants to prove himself as the truly superior supersoldier, and has a penchant for white suits. He even gets white hair in TheStinger after reviving from being electrocuted]].
* ConsummateLiar: Both 47 and John Smith never convey any sign they're telling lies. [[spoiler: When everything they say is a lie.]]
* ConsummateProfessional: Agent 47, of course.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Le Clerq runs a {{MegaCorp}} as well as TheSyndicate.
* {{Cyborg}}: Unexpectedly, [[spoiler: John Smith]] is one. [[spoiler: He possesses subdermal titanium armor grafted to his skeleton via nanotech--in other words, he's bulletproof.]]
* TheDragon: John Smith is almost as lethal as Agent 47.
* TheEndingChangesEverything: [[spoiler: Agent 47 was there to kill Litvenko and Le Clerq the entire time. It's entirely possible, nay, even likely, he was playing Katia to accomplish his goal.]]
** Also, that the Agency [[spoiler: has sent another Agent to deal with them.]]
* FatalFlaw: John Smith wants to prove himself better than 47.
* GunsAkimbo: Agent 47 proves to be a master of this when the time comes, though the movie shows he prefers to deal with things via stealth as well as traps.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Played with as Agent 47 is, of course, the good guy in the movie but Katia has no reason to trust him over the much-much more reassuring-looking John Smith.
* ImplacableMan: John Smith doesn't look it. [[spoiler: He is.]]
** 47, of course, is this in spades.
* ManipulativeBastard: John Smith preys on Katia's fear in order to make him trust him. [[spoiler: He's actually out to find her father to have him make his employer an army of super-soldiers.]]
** Agent 47 proves to be this as well. [[spoiler: It's entirely possible he played Katia the same way as Smith to kill her father.]]
* MeaningfulName: Katia's name [[spoiler: is actually a misspelling of the French word for Ninety.]]
* {{MegaCorp}}: Subverted by Syndicate International. While they have a massive skyscraper in Singapore, it's stated they're on the verge of bankruptcy due to how much effort they've put into their super-soldier program.
* MsFanservice: Katia swims around in a pool on the rooftop of the hotel she's staying at, topless from the back, at one point. For some reason.
* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Doctor Litvenko conducted inhuman and evil trials. [[spoiler: He decided they were too evil and fled with his family.]]
* MythologyGag:
** [[spoiler: The Agent deployed to hunt down 47 and Katia at the end of the movie]] is Agent 48, who in the games was the final boss of the first ''Hitman'' game, ''Hitman: Codename 47'', a "superior" clone created by 47's creator intended to be a replacement for 47, due to 47 having an unacceptable amount of free will.
** The movie's producer has confirmed that John Smith is actually intended to be a version of [[spoiler: Mark Parchezzi III, aka the Albino, 47's EvilCounterpart from ''Blood Money'', as confirmed by TheStinger where he revives with white hair and white eyes (which would necessitate the need for sunglasses to blend in)]].
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler: John Smith isn't.]]
* ObviouslyEvil: Agent 47 comes off as this to Katia. He should really work on his appearance.
* PlayfulHacker: You wouldn't think it but 47 proves to be one of these. He enjoys killing people with computers in delightfully silly ways.
* ProfessionalKiller: Naturally. Though, this time, it doesn't seem to be why 47 is doing this. [[spoiler: Except, it actually is.]]
* SherlockScan: Agents as well as Katia all possess this as one of their basic abilities.
* TheStinger: [[spoiler: John Smith revives from being electrocuted, now with white hair and white eyes.]]
* TheStoic: Agent 47 displays no real emotions except when talking about parenthood and sacrifice, [[spoiler: which may well just to manipulate Katia.]]
* SuperSoldier: The plot relates to the attempt to create the Agents by Doctor Litvenko.
* TestedOnHumans: The source of the Agent program.
* TrainingFromHell: 47 puts Katia through this to prepare her for their mission together.
* TheSyndicate: Appropriately, enough, named the Syndicate. Also doubles as a {{Megacorp}}.
* VillainProtagonist: The remake follows two other viewpoint protagonists with Agent 47 hunting them along with another third party that is hunting both. [[spoiler: In the end, only Katia isn't a villain.]]
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25th Aug '15 10:52:37 PM CharlesPhipps
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Doctor Livenko is a substitute for Doctor Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer. Ort-Meyer was an evil MadScientist. Doctor Livenko is not. Also qualifies as an AdaptationalNameChange.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Doctor Livenko Litvenko is a substitute for Doctor Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer. Ort-Meyer was an evil MadScientist. Doctor Livenko Litvenko is not. Also qualifies as an AdaptationalNameChange.



* AmbiguousSituation: Is 47 [[spoiler: honestly trying to help Katia or there to kill Livenko? Is his second target Livenko or Katia?]]

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* AmbiguousSituation: Is 47 [[spoiler: honestly trying to help Katia or there to kill Livenko? Litvenko? Is his second target Livenko Litvenko or Katia?]]



* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Doctor Livenko conducted inhuman and evil trials. [[spoiler: He decided they were too evil and fled with his family.]]

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* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Doctor Livenko Litvenko conducted inhuman and evil trials. [[spoiler: He decided they were too evil and fled with his family.]]
25th Aug '15 10:50:50 PM Joylock
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** The Agent deployed to hunt down 47 and Katia at the end of the movie is Agent 48, who in the games was the final boss of the first ''Hitman'' game, ''Hitman: Codename 47'', a "superior" clone created by 47's creator intended to be a replacement for 47, who had an unacceptable amount of free will.

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** [[spoiler: The Agent deployed to hunt down 47 and Katia at the end of the movie movie]] is Agent 48, who in the games was the final boss of the first ''Hitman'' game, ''Hitman: Codename 47'', a "superior" clone created by 47's creator intended to be a replacement for 47, who had due to 47 having an unacceptable amount of free will.
25th Aug '15 10:47:07 PM Joylock
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* CompositeCharacter: John Smith has the name and CIA affiliation of Agent Smith from the video games, though other than that he seems to actually be a version of [[spoiler: 47's EvilCounterpart Mark Parchezzi III from ''Blood Money''; he's a "failed experiment" of the Syndicate created from their attempts to create their own Agent, considers himself TheRival to 47 and wants to prove himself as the truly superior supersoldier, and has a penchant for white suits. He even gets white hair in TheStinger after reviving from being electrocuted]].

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* CompositeCharacter: John Smith has the name and CIA affiliation of Agent Smith from the video games, though other than that he seems to actually be a version of [[spoiler: 47's EvilCounterpart Mark Parchezzi III III, aka the Albino, from ''Blood Money''; he's a "failed experiment" of the Syndicate created from their attempts to create their own Agent, considers himself TheRival to 47 and wants to prove himself as the truly superior supersoldier, and has a penchant for white suits. He even gets white hair in TheStinger after reviving from being electrocuted]].


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* MythologyGag:
** The Agent deployed to hunt down 47 and Katia at the end of the movie is Agent 48, who in the games was the final boss of the first ''Hitman'' game, ''Hitman: Codename 47'', a "superior" clone created by 47's creator intended to be a replacement for 47, who had an unacceptable amount of free will.
** The movie's producer has confirmed that John Smith is actually intended to be a version of [[spoiler: Mark Parchezzi III, aka the Albino, 47's EvilCounterpart from ''Blood Money'', as confirmed by TheStinger where he revives with white hair and white eyes (which would necessitate the need for sunglasses to blend in)]].


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* TheStinger: [[spoiler: John Smith revives from being electrocuted, now with white hair and white eyes.]]
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