Excerpt: Marissa, did she turn out as you hoped? Marissa: "Better." I had no idea what to expect from this movie. I'm not the type that reads opinions upfront as a guide. Usually it's the opposite of what I thought anyway.
Excerpt: A retired spy who has trained his daughter in seclusion her entire life unleashes her upon the world to revenge herself upon the former handler who betrayed him and murdered her mother. It's the turn of teen photo love stories to be Bourne again in this girly-girl version of the action-spy movie.
Excerpt: Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) is a 16-year-old girl under the watchful eye of her skilled ex-CIA father Erik Heller (Eric Bana). Marissa Wiegler (Cate Blanchett), a C.I.A. officer, is searching to kill Erik. The soundtrack, direction and action were fabulous.
Excerpt: Brought up in a breathtaking perpetual winter wonderland by her father (Eric Bana), 16 year old Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) is a tough, quick, intelligent child taught how to survive and fend for herself well versed in everything from languages to hunting animals using a bow and arrow.
Summary: From watching the previews, I guess I was expecting Hanna to be kicking ass from start to finish & it would be an awesome action flick but it was a completely different movie from what I was expecting.The fight scenes that were there were awesome (Except for the 1 in the subway with Erik fighting a...
Summary: Solid thriller full of action. The movie is driven by the unprecedented skills of the young girl Hanna. You just wanted to know what was going to happen next. Good movie, highly recommended rental.
Summary: A great show piece for Saoirse Ronan - which leads me to believe the future of Hollywood is in good hands with this kind of talent. While I was expecting a bit more on the action side of things, the characters really drove the story. Solid film worth watching.
Summary: Economically directed by Joe Wright and flawlessly acted by the talented young Saoirse Ronan. The action scenes are straight forward and engaging. The whole "super soldier" plot device may be overdone, but, here, it really just serves to set up a two-hour-long chase sequence that is reminiscent of...