I apologize for the delayed response. I don't watch wrestling that much (usually once in a blue moon), so I'm not as familiar with who's who right now. But The Undertaker's great, Rey Mysterio's alright, that's all I can really think of. I don't see why guys like John Cena and Seamus are so great.
I still love all the wrestlers from the 80's and 90's: Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, all the guys from the glory days; they really represent wrestling as the exaggerated good vs. evil mano y mano battle that wrestling should portray, a better time when you didn't know it was all fake.
I went back and watched a bunch of older wrestling matches and they're quite enjoyable: the infamous Warrior vs. Hogan Halloween Havoc muckup, Hogan vs. Ric Flair in a WCW cage mage, and this match between Ultimo Dragon and Chris Jericho really early in Jericho's career in Japan.
The director of "Hitman" wanted to introduce Agent 47's back-story in the sequel in which I kinda don't mind but at the same time you have to tell his story first. They could've told is story throughout the film while he was doing his missions in which they didn't do, which made the film not make sense when the other assassins showed up. There's a good reason to bring those assassins in the movie but since they didn't explain 47's back-story, there was no need for them. As for the film itself the only thing that didn't make sense was how he knew those assassins and who the hell was the guy impersonating Bellicoff, all and all it was a decent flick but suffered from those plot holes.
I don't expect the filmmakers to make the movie exactly like on of the video games but I wouldn't mind seeing that happen. Like they did with "Watchmen" that movie was over 85% correct on its source material. Although I understand why they changed the ending and got rid of some parts from the book but they made up for it in the directors cut and ultimate cut.
Overall, the film was decent, the actors were good, the plot was a 6.7/10, and the director did a good job with what he could because 20th Century Fox interfered with the movie and he said that his version was a lot more violent than the final version that came out. Plus, I liked the movie he directed before "Hitman" which was called "Frontier(s)."
I have my own take on how I would done that movie but my fingers are tired from typing so much. God damn I have never typed this much in one message, you are a lucky one to get this much out of me.
I'm a big fan of the Hitman series, I think it's game that hasn't Bern done before and it's original. I'm not biased but I thought the movie wasn't that bad, it's watchable. I liked Timothy Olyphant as agent 47