A teenage assassin raised in remote Finland is dispatched on a dangerous mission by her father, an ex-CIA operative, in this innovative action thriller from director Joe Wright (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice). Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) may look like your typical teenage girl, but she's a trained killer who has spent her entire life preparing for one mission. Schooled in the arts of survival and killing by her mysterious father (Eric Bana), Hanna finally reaches the age when she must put her skills to the test, and sets out across Europe on a collision course with a cunning intelligence operative (Cate Blanchett) who has been awaiting her arrival for years. Later, as agents close in from all sides and Hanna finally gets her target in the crosshairs, the trained assassin uncovers some secrets from the past that stir the conscience she never knew she had, and cause her to question everything she has ever known.
Disc #1 -- Hanna Play Scenes Bonus Alternate Ending Deleted Scenes Anatomy of a Scene: The Escape From Camp G Feature Commentary With Director Joe Wright - On Feature Commentary With Director Joe Wright - Off Setup Spoken Language: English 5.1 Spoken Language: Español 5.1 Spoken Language: Français 5.1 Spoken Language: DVS (Descriptive Video Service) Feature Commentary with Director Joe Wright Subtitles: English SDH Subtitles: Español Subtitles: Français Subtitles: Off Previews The Event The Eagle The American Munich The Constant Gardener Eastern Promises Atonement Pride & Prejudice
Great story, great acting, great fight scenes, great music, great movie!
More than 1 year ago
The fight scenes were cool. Acting was also really good. The ending seemed to just well...end. I don't know. Anyway really good movie.
More than 1 year ago
The acting was pretty good in this movie and the story was pretty cool, so great fighting sequences. I only wish there could have been a little bit more to it...more action and whatnot, but it wasn't too bad. An average thriller. I did very much enjoye the Chemical Brothers soundtrack in it. Overall worth a watch I think, but not sure it's one I would probably own.