Target Acquired: Creating an 'American Assassin'

Target Acquired: Creating an 'American Assassin' is a video starring Michael Cuesta, Michael Keaton, and Dylan O'Brien. Cast and crew interviews and snippets from the film.

Running Time
10 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Short, Documentary
Michael Cuesta, Dylan O'Brien, Michael Keaton
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «Target Acquired: Creating an 'American Assassin'» (17)

Terry avatar

Cast and crew interviews and snippets from the film.

Brian Robertson avatar
Brian Robertson

Quite possibly one of my favorite movies in the past decade. I would definitely watch this again.

Ronald avatar

Obliviously awesome movie. One of my favorites movies of all time!

David Brown avatar
David Brown

Little cheezy at times but I do like it.

Frances T. avatar
Frances T.

Pure Awesomeness! The characters all had their own amazing moments and the acting is decent as well.

Doris P. avatar
Doris P.

I'm not a big movie goer, but I had huge expectations for this one, and I was absolutely blown away by the beauty and magic and absolute fantastic storytelling in this movie.

Matthew H. avatar
Matthew H.

Purchased this for my grandson, as we had so many raving endorsements. This is film earned every one. It's unnecessary to extol every deserving aspect, as you can see by others' review; but suffice to say, we ALL enjoy the movie at least once daily!

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Nathan Sandoval

Its a brilliant film, something suitable for all the family! Definitely a film for everyone, one of the BEST MOVIES EVER!

Stephanie avatar

Dylan O'Brien and Michael Cuesta were terrific! The film had great balance and is worth a viewing.

Gloria avatar

I am not a fan Dylan O'Brien, but that aside, he is excellent and never seems to age, and his energy is great. So is Michael Cuesta and the entire cast. The cinematography is amazing

Justin Barnes avatar
Justin Barnes

I don't often see a modern film that I thoroughly enjoy, but this is one of the exceptions. From the start, you are immersed in the movie.