Movie | Assassin's Creed (2016)

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Title: Assassin's Creed (2016)

Tagline: Your destiny is in your blood.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction

Director: Justin Kurzel

Cast: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, Charlotte Rampling, Michael Kenneth Williams, Ariane Labed, James Sobol Kelly, Denis Ménochet, Callum Turner, Khalid Abdalla, Essie Davis, Carlos Bardem, Javier Gutiérrez, Hovik Keuchkerian, Crystal Clarke, Brian Gleeson, Rufus Wright, Matias Varela, Coco König, Michelle H. Lin, Julio Jordán, Angus Brown, Kemaal Deen-Ellis, Aaron Monaghan, Thomas Camilleri, Marysia S. Peres, Gabriel Andreu, Jeff Mash, Yuric Allison, Joe Kennard, Gertrude Thoma, Juan Pablo Shuk, Octavia Selena Alexandru, Iain Batchelor, Dacio Caballero, Emma Clay, Flor Ferraco, Graham Curry, Jem Kai Olsen, Louis Dulanto-Sime, Malcolm Ellul, Dino Fazzani, Lee Nicholas Harris, Bruce Lester-Johnson, Mohammed Ali, Jade Clarke, Alexander Cooper, Ty Hurley, Matthew Leonhart, Simon Manley, Juan Carlos Martínez Antuña, Martyn Mayger, Stephen McDade, Anthony Milton, Ross Moneypenny, Jassie Mortimer, Cali Nelle, Emeson Nwolie, Massimo Portelli, Jonathan Pyatt, Mike Ray, Jonathan Ronin, Steve Saunders, Jasper Schellekens, Rahji Shrinarine, Clem So, Clyde Vassallo, Sean Vassallo, Roberto Vivancos, Roberto Vivancos, Abi Whetton, Christopher Whitlow, Cerys Wrigley-Moss

Release: 2016-12-21

Runtime: 115

Plot: Through unlocked genetic memories that allow him to relive the adventures of his ancestor in 15th century Spain, Callum Lynch discovers he's a descendant of the secret 'Assassins' society. After gaining incredible knowledge and skills, he is now poised to take on the oppressive Knights Templar in the present day.

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I have played almost all of the AC PC games, from the beginning it seemed such a strange story to be painted, yet so eerily similar to things I have run across. Memories being searched for one moment in time, for one item that may give control over others. Like our minds are but a toy to someone else.
“Movies are Dream Factories.” Theodor Adorno Tavistock Institute.

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Exactly, and which is fraudulent is exactly the thing that we cannot prove 100%. The math of things adds up sometimes, because if numbers lie, then the house over your head shall fall and the internet doesn't exist. Or does it all just because we will it to be. Belief is a strong thing, maybe why religions exist to try and channel that idea, maybe why we are so fragmented now because of so many different beliefs, or religions that we may call them now. So why wouldn't it shape our reality as so proven by the double slit experiment. So multiverse, if an infinite amount of us, on an infinite amount of earth's, are everywhere at the same time, wouldn't an alignment of beliefs bring us closer to something greater?