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Assassin's Creed Movie
ByAthena R. Schafferon December 30, 2016
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*”Assassin’s Creed” (the movie) brings new dimensions to the popular game while staying true to the first two game installments (my advisors - hubby Keith and Crowgrrl’s Entertainment Source Gamemaster Collin – tell me). Personally, though, I’ve never actually played the game, so both the storyline and the experience were new to me, and despite some scenes wreaking havoc with my vertigo (we saw it in 3-D), I enjoyed the living daylights out of it!
The one variation from the game – Callum is given a backstory as to how he ended up in the lab in the first place. Otherwise, gamers will find some of the narrative and certainly the scenes very familiar.
The official synopsis is: “When Callum Lynch explores the memories of his ancestor Aguilar and gains the skills of a Master Assassin, he discovers he is the descendant of the Secret Assassins Society.”
The opening scenes thrust us into a cabal meeting of the Assassins society members in 15th Century Spain, vowing to keep an artifact known as the Apple of Eden out of the hands of the Templars, who intend to use it to control the Free Will of the populace. I love the Assassins’ quote: “We work in the Dark to serve the Light”.
Jump forward in time to a young Callum riding his bike – he arrives home to find his mother dead at the kitchen table clutching a necklace with an arcane symbol on it, with his father standing nearby looking as if he were the culprit. At that instant, however, speeding cars surround the house. Cal’s father tells him to run!
Segue to modern times, Cal (Michael Fassbender) has been scheduled to die by lethal injection, presumably for a murder he had committed. The execution does indeed happen, but then he inexplicably wakes up alive in a hidden laboratory. Scientist Sofia (Marion Cotillard) explains to him that as far as the world knows, he’s known to be dead. Therefore they are using him in an experiment to access the memories of his ancestor Aguilar (also Fassbender). Sofia and her father Rikken (Jeremy Irons) are modern day Templars. The order is still trying to hunt down the Apple of Eden, and think they can find its whereabouts if they search Aguilar’s memories.
This is where it gets really interesting – we go back in time with Cal/Aguilar as he attempts to rescue the son of Sultan Muhammad XII (Khalid Abdalla), who the Templars are keeping hostage and threatening to kill if he doesn’t hand over the Apple.
The stunts are spectacular, the scenery vivid, and the storyline is strong. Fun movie! I’d definitely love to revisit it when it comes out on DVD/Blu Ray!