The Virtuoso

Movie review by Tara McNamara, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 16+

Violent assassin thriller lacks logic; sex/nudity, language.

R 2021 110 minutes

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age 4+

Don’t be fooled by David Morse and Anthony Hopkins involvement

Quite possibly the most intelligence-insulting movie I’ve ever been conned into watching. Kids may overlook its absurdity. The good news is, even kids will fall asleep before the “action” starts. I hope David Morse and Anthony Hopkins were well compensated for their cumulative 4 minutes in the film, because they sold out for this turd.

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