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Hit Man | Review by: Luke Elisio

  It’s quite shocking that “ Hit   Man ” is directed and co-written by veteran, big-time director, Richard Linklater. So much of this romantic-action-comedy presents much more like the work of a writer / director. The comedic elements of the movie feel half-hearted, the action is practically non-existent and the tone is all over the place. Then again, that shouldn’t be the most surprising considering that star Glen Powell is not only the co-producer of “ Hit   Man ” but the co-screenwriter as well. Maybe that’s also why the movie begins and it feels like we in the audience are dropped in at the 25 minute mark. The opening of “ Hit   Man ” is so slow, confused and not nearly as fun or as cool as the premise promised that had someone been watching this at home (“ Hit   Man ” is scheduled for a Netflix release this summer, FYI), it wouldn’t be surprising if they turned it off before the first half hour. There are definitely some shortcomings when it comes to the plot and a large majority

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