When it comes to films about autism it can’t be easy to nail it but The Accountant did. You see the struggle of human contact and eye contact, simple things in life which are difficult for him.
Christian Wolff by day is a accountant and is hired by a company to look into some books to see if anyone is stealing money. But by night he is someone else, he isn’t a ordinary accountant.
After an entire night of looking into the books he discover the problem with the help from a female accountant. So now everyone who had a look at the books and numbers and made the connection, are now being hunted. So who sent these guys to kill the people? Christian Wolff is now hunting the guys who tried to kill the female accountant, the he feel something for. And having feelings for someone and do what you do for a living, maybe not the best idea.
As a child Christian was often called a freak due to his autism. His father taught him to fight, shoot a gun and defend himself and people he love. He even went into the army. Meet someone in prison that made him into what he is today. So how dangerous can an accountant be?
The accountant is a action filled film with Ben Affleck in the lead role as Christian Wolff. I didn’t think he would be good in this role but he is. He surprised me with his performance.
Actors: Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick, J.K Simmons, Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey Tambor, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, John Lithgow and many more.