Brian Finch’s review published on Letterboxd:
When going into a movie which I have been told over and over again is a masterpiece, I hope that I see what everyone else sees. And not just because I don't want to look stupid -sure that is part of it- but mainly I want to have that same cinematic experience.
The first half of the film was entertaining enough. I wasn't bored. It was interesting to see how this hit man meticulously plans and executes his hits. But when the films begins to pay off some of what it set up earlier in the film, is when the film really began to capture my imagination.