Assassins Creed. Movie Review:

When Callum Lynch explores the memories of his ancestor Aguilar and gains the skills of a Master Assassin, he discovers he is a descendant of the secret Assassins society. rated PG-13 from. imdb.com
We work in the dark to serve the light .. we are assassins.. ~assassins creed


Now this movie is a bit different than what I usually watch but honestly if you knew me more personally you would know that this is right up my alley. This is one of those movies despite the horrible ratings that other movies that were based on video games in the past have received. This is one of those movies , and what has been learned from in the past. Were based on the game at the same they did not try to base this movie on a character from the game rather base it on the theme and world from the game. Though there is something slightly different from the game in the movie now. The annimus , hopefully I spelled that right is different than the game. The annimus is a device that is used in the game to tap within the memories of a past ancestor. They are not able to change the past but rather see it through the eyes of their ancestor. This movie once you get the aspects of it without playing the game can be helpful and makes it more enjoyable to watch. There are two secret organizations , one is the templars they want to Honestly take away anyones ability of free will. They control certain governments and they make rises to power very easy. The assassins , are a very secret organization that protect our freedom and our rights and keep the templars in check. They as well deal with any leader that has become too power hungry. Although This seems more adult in nature I wanted to make it something special for me and my brother , so I bought us some shirts to go with the movie experience. And we had a wonderful afternoon. I would highly recomend this movie to the older crowd than the younger crowd. 
( these words are my own , was not compensated for this review)

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