Hanna

Hanna – Action, Thriller
Category – Movie (2011)


Content – Hanna is raised by her father, an ex assassin that is grooming his daughter in the same fashion. When she turns sixteen, she is ready to complete her task and move on from her remote icelandic home. Her task is to get captured and kill the agent that wronged her father. Agent Marissa Wiegler is no fool however, she puts a decoy in the room with Hanna. And proceeds to watch as Hanna breaks her neck, grabs the guards gun and kills him, and escapes the entire facility. Her father has taught her well. Now as she begins her adventure to rendezvous with her father, this girls learns about electricity, friendship and her origin (which is not what she was told). Although confused, she evades Marissa’s attempts to kill her through rogue agents throughout her journey. But when she meets back up with her father, emotions explode since Hanna has learned the truth about herself. But will her father be able to save her? Or will Hanna perish at the hands of Marissa, the woman that killed her mother? This is a fun and exciting film, I enjoyed it very much. This scores a 9 out of 10.


Acting – While I have watched Saoirse Ronan in recent films, to watch her from 9 years ago proves my thought – she has been a tremendous actress for some time. Her innocence is compelling, and her ability to complete her mission in any means necessary is just a blast to watch. I admit – I’ve become a huge Saoirse fan! No surprise that she was Nominated for a Saturn Award for this role. This movie also has the brilliance of Cate Blanchett as Marissa and Eric Bana as Erik Heller, Hanna’s father. These two’s interactive scenes are explosive and it’s no wonder they are among the elite in Hollywood. Score is 9 out of 10.


Duration – 1 hr 49 min. The action in this movie keeps it moving along well, there is never a dull moment. This gets a 9 out of 10.


TOTAL INDEX for Hanna – 27 out of 30


Recommended Watch – For an action film, with dramatic elements, I highly recommend pulling out this DVD, or finding it on VOD, and giving it a go. I think everyone would find this movie just thrilling in every way to watch.

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