Best Hitman Assassination Movies

You won’t know the facts until you’ve seen the fiction. Director Quentin Tarantino’s film released in 1994 called Pulp Fiction is the winner on the flick chart. Pulp Fiction is considered the most influential movie of the 90’s, it has a love for languages, is time twisting and outrageously violent. Director and co-screenwriter Quentin Tarantino combines disparate traditions with serious violence in this totally wacky gangster movie mixed with a fragmented story telling pattern. An Oscar winning script intertwines three off beat stories, two hit men, a gangster’s wife and violence of diner bandits.


John Travolta is casted in the role of Vincent Vega with Samuel L Jackson as Jules, both hit men with a proclivity for philosophical discussions. Uma Thurman, plays Mia the actress wife of gangster boss Marsellus Wallace and Bruce Willis takes the role of a struggling boxer named Butch Coolidge. The film was nominated for seven Oscars including Best Picture and won Best Original Screenplay.

Kill Bill:

Here Comes The Bride, released in 2003 is yet another Hitman Assassin film from Quentin Tarantino, originally it was scheduled as a single release but the over four hour movie was separated into two. Kill Bill features Uma Thurman as the bride who awakens from a 4 year coma, her unborn baby is missing and her revenge is set on the team of assassin who betrayed her. David Carradine is seen in the role Bill who attempted to kill his bride on their wedding day.

Kill Bill II:

The Bride is Back features the bride continuing on her quest to revenge betrayal and her goal is placed on her former lover and mob boss. The movie was awarded with 3 MTV Awards for Best Fight, Best Villain and Best Female Performance. Quentin Tarantino won the Best Directors award from the 9th Empire Awards.

The Bourne series of movies

There started off with Bourne Identity followed by Bourne Supremacy and the 3rd release The Bourne Ultimatum is regarded as the top earner of the three. The Bourne Identity releases in 2002 with director Doug Liman. The Bourne Supremacy gets released in 2004 with director Paul Greengrass, who also directs The Bourne Ultimatum, released in 2007. All three the movies features Matt Damon in the leading role as a bullet riddled man suffering from amnesia. He races off to elude assassins and regain his memory. In the second movie Jason Bourne is framed by the CIA for an operation gone wrong, which forces him to resume his trained assassin life to survive. Jason Bourne escapes a ruthless CIA official in the third release while searching for the roots of his life as a professional killer. The Bourne trilogy was recognized with a large selection of awards that includes Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing, Academy Awards for Best Film Editing, Satellite Award for Best Sound, People’s Choice Award for Best Action, Screen Actors Guild Award.

No Country for Old Men from directors Ethan and Joel Coen was released in November 2007. The film presents mayhem and violence after a hunter stumbles upon a drag deal that have gone totally wrong and two million dollars in cash near Rio Grande. There is no clear getaway. The film received numerous awards including Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor in a Supportive Role, Best Director and Golden Globe Awards for Best Screenplay to name just a few.

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