In the interest of fairness, I could not finish this movie.
The story is simple, and I've seen it before. X company owns Y assassin a lot of money. At retirement, assassin is betrayed instead of paid with the contracted/agreed upon reward. Assassin survives the betrayal. Drama ensures.
I'll tabulate my reasons for such a low score.
1. Supporting actors, all of them, are flat and have no real background. Their interaction is fleeting, vague, or vacuous.
2. The audience has no time to gauge the quality of the love interest in the story. She is pretty, but that's it. We are not given onto conversations that could enrich our sense of her. This is an extension of #1.
3. Women have a certain lack of brilliance in their speech and manner that bores me. This becomes painfully apparent in the love interest of the protagonist.
4. There is a moment, an event, of such brutal, god-smacked coincidence that it pierces my disbelief.
5. In lieu of conversation, the audience is given over to a series of montages with music that, instead of enhancing, adds hokey melodrama to an already dramatic story. It's the equivalent of telling a story instead of showing a story, but in the cinematic medium.
6. The story uses Benjamin Franklin in painfully inaccurate ways, including an electric generator that has Marvel Universe type of lightning effects... with inspiring, super-melodrama music.
I give it a two, because the cinematography, the images, and the general look of the sets were intriguing. Sadly, this movie lacks substance in the extreme. It lacks an exploration of humanity in any of its forms.