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Hanna

Hanna

2011
Suspense/Thriller
Action
1h 51m
A 16-year-old who was raised by her father to be the perfect assassin is dispatched on a mission across Europe, tracked by a ruthless intelligence agent and her operatives. (imdb)
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Hanna

2011
Suspense/Thriller
Action
1h 51m
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Rated 31 May 2011
84
68th
As I read it: Wright's logic is, "If you're going to employ fairy-tale/cultural reference flash or indie/arthouse mannerisms, be a little psychotic about it. Drive them into the red where they start to break down, and you might discover some feeling in the pure image." I'm on the fence there, but I enjoyed his argument. I'm definitely a big fan of his handling of the post-feminist heroine. Alternative Review: one hell of a music video.
Rated 19 Apr 2011
75
72nd
"Hanna", a stylish and visceral combination of two essentially different genres -the coming-of-age tale and the revenge thriller- is a perversely enjoyable and surprisingly touching endeavor. Directed with plenty of visual panache by talented craftsman Wright and elevated by a superb performance by Ronan, "Hanna" works not only because of the suspenseful plot and the frantic action scenes, but also because of its unexpectedly tender emotional kernel. It's top-notch entertainment with a heart.
Rated 22 May 2011
65
40th
Originally shot, beautiful cinematgraphy, great set peices, superb sound track, wonderful lead actress .. .this film had everything going for it ... oh, except a coherent plot! I have been told this is a "character lead" film. .... It isnt. No character or their motives are fleshed out and it leads to the final frame where you ask yourself "Yes ... but WHY ?". the UK 12A certificate is annoying because a film about "an assassin" should not hide from its subject matter behind cut-aways
Rated 27 Jun 2011
50
37th
Great first part, but after that nothing happened. The bad guys are really poor, with Cate Blanchett in the lead. Personally, I wanted to see more of bad-ass Hanna, than of the "I've never been kissed" Hanna. In the end, you just don't care.... Oh yeah... I had expected way more from the Chemical Brothers, but they failed as well...
Rated 16 Aug 2012
15
7th
A teen with superpowers inexplicably lets herself be chased by a villainess who wants to catch her for no real purpose (eventually a flimsy family drama unfolds and the mandatory gibberish about secret experiments, but only to further confound reason). To call this movie full of shit would be an understatement. It's an over-stylized, cliched exercise in stupidity.
Rated 13 Sep 2011
75
66th
Hanna is a deeply flawed film. But it is still one hell of a film. There's a lot of pleasures to be found: the cool Chemical Brothers music, the surprisingly muted, carefully calibrated and coolly detached action sequences that add menace and atmosphere, the simple narrative that nevertheless engages the viewer, the vibrant locales, the terrific cinematography, the overt references to the Grimm fairy tales, and of course Saoirse Ronan, who truly speaks volumes with her eyes.
Rated 10 Jul 2011
80
84th
In an almost Kubrick way of fashion Joe Wright knows how to mix and match sound with pictures like few living directors. 'Hanna' is yet another proof and depicts new and quirky sides of his immense talent flirting with Lynch-surrealism and challenging several filmmaking conventions. The story is bordering of non-existing but every piece of frame and audio demands - and deserves - your utmost attention. Plus, of course, behold the brilliance of Saoirse Ronan - the world's #1 rising star by far.
Rated 13 Jun 2011
55
39th
Awesome soundtrack and some respectable action scenes don't quite outweigh the lack of any depth to the thinly plotted story and Wright can't quite pull off quirky-cool.
Rated 01 Oct 2017
64
36th
You can give it points for trying something different with a fairy tale subtext and the general surreal feeling, but despite Hanna's simple plot centered on getting to a location, the film itself doesn't have much direction. There's no real drive heading in to the final confrontation, and without that everything collapses into a heap on the floor. Some worthwhile elements that do not cohere into a whole.
Rated 11 Jul 2011
7
57th
Really cool action film. Although it paints a familiar story that feels underdeveloped at times, the characters remain grounded in winsome simplicity, gathering considerable momentum as the film progresses, all of which is backed up with some fine performances. Wright's kinetic approach only enhances the experience. With this and "Atonement", alternating between and succesfully tackling different genres is made to look like child's play. Wouldn't mind seeing more of this.
Rated 30 Jun 2011
4
88th
Despite unpolished plot it still has much to offer. Chemical Bro's good soundtrack, S.Ronan as little miss badass and some nice photography. Special mention deserves T.Hollander and his skinhead band. Their appearance made some really good laughs.
Rated 27 Jul 2011
88
77th
nice!
Rated 30 Jun 2011
89
88th
Great soundtrack, couple of laughs, solid action, stylish direction and amiable characters. I appreciate the slow(ish) pace, would like to see it be even a bit longer for some extra building up maybe.
Rated 12 Jun 2011
60
65th
Wright shows immense amount of talent in terms of pacing, mood, editing. What could have been truly memorable just saves it's runtime, not due to simplicity of the story, but simplistic treatment of it.
Rated 27 Dec 2013
57
33rd
This one is better than Columbiana, but not as fun as Salt, but not as pretentious as Haywire, still more action packed than Gone and the less said about Resident Evil: Retribution the better.
Rated 07 Jan 2012
55
50th
It starts of amazing. But as soon as the villains are introduced the film becomes forgettable. They pose no threat and are simply way too weak compared to Hanna and Erik which both are great characters.
Rated 18 Dec 2012
92
97th
Really rip-roaring triumph of style, and Saoirse Ronan is perfect. I hope that's the last southern accent I have to hear out of Blanchett
Rated 19 Oct 2011
72
80th
hanna enters in a flash of glory; a trailblazing, uninhibited piece of tumultuous pop-art genius, which expands brightly and holds steady for almost a miraculous hour, then slowly deflates and gives way to its hackneyed, unavoidable roots of genre.
Rated 22 Apr 2011
85
87th
What could've easily been a pretty ordinary action flick is actually a really exciting and off-kilter action flick. Although it's quickly paced it features some breathing room and fight scenes where you actually get to see blows exchanged. The varied and visually interesting locations, neat soundtrack, and fine performances (Ronan's character is also convincingly formidable) make it seem like there's more to the film than just what's on the surface, even if that's not really the case.
Rated 08 Nov 2011
85
78th
Very good I liked it much more then I thought from seeing the previews but still the 1st hour was kick ass.
Rated 20 Mar 2012
80
84th
A really exciting action/thriller packed with scenes of a young girl believably kicking all kinds of ass, and great music from the Chemical Brothers. There's a little bit of shaky cam in parts, but the camera work is mostly really good, including a couple of wonderfully choreographed continuous takes with the camera weaving in and out of the action. Plus, it has Cate Blanchett shooting little old grannies. Straight forward but stylish and fun.
Rated 14 Aug 2018
80
58th
Up until the main conflict, a masterpiece. Saoirse Ronan shines as the best child actor in a while (who grew up to be an exceptionally talented actor)
Rated 16 Jun 2011
58
60th
Great soundtrack.
Rated 10 Oct 2011
87
49th
"I just missed your heart." Indeed, dear Hanna. Though the action is thrilling, it's difficult to find yourself cheering for the protagonist, aside from the fact that she's a young girl who's never had the opportunity to experience anything of the outside world. The villains, especially Cate Blanchett's campy, OTT govt. agent with an accent that oozes like molasses, are like D-grade Bond rip-offs. The fairytale parallels start out charming then are beaten over the viewer's head.
Rated 09 Jun 2011
79
57th
There's something oddly captivating about the film's mixture of off the wall moments and imagery with an otherwise bland and underdeveloped plot. I liked it, but I'm still not really sure how much.
Rated 12 Aug 2011
83
41st
The first act was the best, but after that the movie became to predictable and not so interesting anymore (for me). In general not a bad movie.
Rated 06 Jun 2011
75
53rd
Great soundtrack, and very very stylish. It's nice to see an action movie (though it's kind of light on action) shot in a pretty original way. It handles the innocence and assassin aspects well. I don't know why they thought the ending was a good idea (I mean the very last like, 5 minutes or something). The action scenes are well shot, though. I wouldn't say the plot itself is anything real special, and due to everything I've talked about... this movie is quite a bit different than I expected.
Rated 24 Apr 2011
80
53rd
This is an action movie through and through, make no mistake. There is, however, just enough charm and storytelling under the skin to keep it compelling to everyone else. Ronan's acting as the ubiquitous Hanna is spot on, capturing all of the wonder and innocence of a teenage girl; that is, until it's time for the gloves to come off and the killer inside her erupts in a glorious dance of blisteringly precise choreography and finesse. Hanna is a killer, and so is this film. 4/5.
Rated 17 Sep 2011
19
4th
It has a good soundtrack and flashes of style, the rest is terrible. Sporadically entertaining at its best, a chore at its worst.
Rated 25 Oct 2011
3
42nd
The plot made zero sense. That absolutely buried what might have been a decent film.
Rated 05 Sep 2016
50
44th
The fight scenes are rather dull for this viewer, but the surreal approach to marrying the action genre with fairy tales is quite surprising. Watching this five years after release, parts of the soundtrack already seem quite dated. Several scenes provide further evidence that Blanchett is the most overrated actress of modern times. Would make an interesting double feature with UNIVERSAL SOLDIER: DAY OF RECKONING, although this is perhaps less thematically rich.
Rated 07 Aug 2011
79
70th
Hanna never feels like an original film by any means. Every concept has been seen before. However it still manages to really entertain due to the skillful cinematography and fast-paced action. Additionally Cate Blanchett and Eric Bana really make two of the lead roles in the film shine where lesser actors would have made them simply filler. This is the first time I've seen Saoirse Ronan but I'll certainly keep an out for her after this because she's very good.
Rated 22 Oct 2011
75
67th
The fact that the protagonist was a young girl probably made this movie feel slightly more interesting. It's a cool premise to begin with, but adding the female element (including the fact that the main antagonist is also female) makes it feel like an even more genuine experience. Highly enjoyable action film that deserves to be seen.
Rated 16 Feb 2012
25
15th
Everything Eric Bana touches seems to end up horrible, which is fitting his talent level. What good Hanna possess is ultimately wrenched out by too much involvement and meddling by either the scriptwriters, editor or director. Even the well shot action sequences come off as choreographed and stilted.
Rated 16 Apr 2011
7
84th
A mostly cool, exciting piece of work that fails to stick the landing. I thought the first and second acts were awesome, possibly even hinting at greatness (I would rate them like 80), but the third act loses its way and ends up a little anticlimactic (I'd give it a 60). I'd still check it out though if you're into assassins and shit. Saoirse Ronan nails it. Awesome music all the way through, too.
Rated 01 Sep 2011
80
84th
"Hanna" has a massively enjoyable mish-mash of styles, and I loved the soundtrack. I suppose if you're being critical, the plot is very simple, but the action and strength of the direction is more than strong enough to paper over the cracks. It's just an awful lot of fun and I'm a sucker for a revenge flick. I also enjoyed Bana's excellent Schwarzenegger voice impression that he seemed to be attempting and it's true... we do like a kettle in our hotel room.
Rated 23 Aug 2011
35
39th
Easily the worst in the franchise. The weak plot is full of holes and they never attempt to explain why Bourne is disguised as a little girl.
Rated 03 Jan 2012
69
4th
The beginning was really exciting and then it fell terribly short. What happened?! This could have been one hellava movie, but it ran out of steam, and definitely ran into a brick wall with the storyline--at least for the 2nd part of the movie. I was looking forward to seeing this int the movie theaters but life happened and I couldn't get it in. I'm so glad I didn't. I would have been even more disappointed than when I watched it from Netflix. I really did enjoy the first half.
Rated 02 Feb 2012
39
23rd
I'm surprised Luc Besson wasn't involved with this film in any way, because story and style of Hanna is very reminiscent of later period Besson. It is an attempt at 'cool' action movie, but I feel Wright wasn't the one to direct it. Tone of the film is hardly likable and it's never clear what was the purpose of it all. Bana should be banned from appearing on screen. Score by Chemical Brothers is something everyone mentions when talking about Hanna but I found it average at best.
Rated 03 Nov 2011
70
63rd
Quite a bit of fun, this one. The soundtrack by The Chemical Brothers, the minimalist set design and costuming, and the fact that the action star is an expressive teenage girl played by Saoirse Ronan give a lot of the scenes (especially the foot chases) the feel of a music video. The reason I wouldn't rate this movie higher, though, is the story - while I enjoy its simplicity the big twist is too easy to guess and too common in films over the past few decades.
Rated 18 Jul 2011
100
90th
I absolutely adored this. The almost surreal - but somehow completely palatable - blend of various styles, aesthetics and genres from scene to scene is mesmerizing and beautiful, accompanied by what must surely be the best movie soundtrack of the year. Down to earth and all over the place all at once. I can't remember last I had this much of a pure good time at the cinema.
Rated 14 Aug 2011
69
73rd
Good Movie
Rated 24 Mar 2012
79
30th
Not a great film. It's atil quite entertaining and well done. Saorise Ronan is as good as ever and it's a fairly gritty thriller. I also liked the Chemical Brothers soundtrack. Overall it's a pretty click movie.
Rated 11 May 2011
35
20th
Hanna starts strong, but the overall film can't overcome the weaknesses of the director's desire to shoehorn the story into the odd fairytale motif. Worse yet, the film is discomfortingly tonally inconsistent with characters making decisions that run counter to everything established, turning the film needlessly somber and pretentiously taking itself too serious. Joe Wright can direct action, but seems to have no idea where to go with it.
Rated 23 Aug 2012
70
53rd
Eric Bana swims across an ocean.
Rated 01 Jul 2012
8
86th
What we're given by Joe Wright, whose past filmography stands at the opposite end of the spectrum, is a revenge thriller with memorable performances, a fantastic soundtrack, attractive cinematography, and some of the best damn action scenes I have ever seen, resulting in one of the best action films of the past 20 years--even with its limp script. Ronan's callous demeanor and meticulous movements make her absolutely perfect for the part. Go watch this, I guarantee you'll at least like it.
Rated 15 Nov 2011
78
77th
Teenage girl is trained by her ex-CIA father to become a perfect killing machine, and then she's let loose to fend for herself in a world she's never had to live in... slightly predictable but incredibly well-acted (watch out for Saorsie Ronan), looks really good, and doesn't shy away from bad things happening to good people. Best new action flick I've seen all year.
Rated 11 Apr 2011
81
77th
Nell meets Jason Bourne...and then kicks some ass. Hanna may not be the ultra-violent action orgy that many were expecting, but its still very cool. The soundtrack is one of the most perfect "fits" in recent memory and Blanchett is wonderful (of course). Hit Girl may win if it came to a show down, but I'd pick Hanna to be on my team any day.
Rated 17 Nov 2013
75
39th
A little too convoluted but worth checking out.
Rated 04 Jul 2011
83
73rd
Sehenswerte Gratwanderung! Unnachahmlich Cate "Fuck-OFF"-Face Blanchett.
Rated 14 Sep 2015
73
27th
Great soundtrack, good film
Rated 13 Jun 2011
72
64th
Predictable plot, but I loved all the crazy scene comps. Very visually appealing.
Rated 24 Jul 2011
72
79th
Excellent Chemical Brothers score. Interesting story, nice setting.... and Saoirse Ronan, of course...
Rated 06 Feb 2012
65
54th
I like Saoirse Ronan and Cate Blanchett is always good. Eric Bana, however... I'm not a fan. I don't know how that guy is a star. He's so dull. Anyway, back to the film. I liked it. It was a fun ride. Never boring. The film wasn't afraid to have humour in it either, which I liked. One character in particular got a few laughs out of me. I liked the score from The Chemical Brothers too. Overall, nothing super-amazing, but entertaining nonetheless.
Rated 04 Jan 2012
60
62nd
Hanna is a film that could have been a lot better with some more trimming of the fat, so to speak. We spend too much time not really doing anything for it to be great, but the beginning and ending are fantastic. Loose ends were tied nicely, and I liked the lead character (and Ronan's performance of her). There's a lot of boring moments in between the action scenes, so if all you want is a pure action film, you'll have to look elsewhere.
Rated 27 Mar 2013
80
30th
Enjoyable even though " you could drive a bus through the holes of the plot." Chemical Brothers adds a lot to the picture.
Rated 23 Apr 2011
85
75th
Although it might b 2 slowly paced 4 more explosion-oriented action fans & its more fantastic genre elements will probably put off fans of Wright's previous period pieces, his presence behind the camera here provides exactly the kind of missing ingredient action fans who r disappointed by the genre's general mediocrity r hungry 4. There's characters u care about, subtext (however heavy handed) & the action has enough style & distinctiveness that it easily eclipses any of its genre cliches.
Rated 05 Jun 2012
60
60th
Tried to be something more pretentious, but felt a little disconnected. Some definite strong points though, compared to the overuse of camera motion and 'energetic' soundtrack.
Rated 20 Nov 2011
86
85th
15 years ago, an action thriller about a teenage assassin girl with a Chemical Brothers soundtrack would have been X-TREME 90s tripe. But the attention to detail, the beautiful cinematography, the symbolic choices in characterization and location, and the self-awareness that's emerged in cinema in general in that time makes for a much better film, a subtle comment on other assassin-out-of-water films like Taken, The Professional, the Bourne Movies, Mission: Impossible, and Ronin.
Rated 05 Jul 2011
75
35th
Just fell short of being a story. The decisions of the adults in this movie make very little sense.
Rated 08 May 2022
68
32nd
A typically grounded performance from Ronan is the major asset of this intriguing, but ultimately muddled and confused tale. Spends far too much time establishing peripheral characters and scenarios before dropping its reveal in the third act; it means the plot never really kicks into gear, and leaves the motivations of the Bana and Blanchett characters incomprehensible. Well-shot, with Wright proving an unexpectedly graceful action film-maker with fluid action sequences the definite highlights.
Rated 28 May 2012
70
62nd
Without the Chemical Brothers, this movie would be much less watchable...
Rated 22 Apr 2011
78
50th
Any time I see a movie directed by Joe Wright, I realize it must not be that hard to be a director.
Rated 05 Aug 2012
81
56th
The opening scene with its beautiful cinematography, shot in the forests of Finland, is in contrast to the Hollywood action film paradigm. It's not just story that's sacrificed for special effects, it's also a sense of style. There's a balance here; story, style, and action are synchronized. I also really love the whole concept of a teenage girl who has been vigorously training in the forest all her life wreaking havoc on the modern world in vengeance of wrongs perpetrated in a murky past.
Rated 22 Apr 2012
78
50th
Really loved the girl, and even if the rest is a little too much, it's a great movie.
Rated 06 Jun 2011
60
41st
Would have benefitted from less mucking around and more badassery. It felt very slight despite some arty aspirations, and features sort of phoning-it-in roles for Bana and Blanchett. Ronan is good, as is the first 20-30 minutes, from there on out it's very uneven. Entertaining enough.
Rated 13 Jul 2011
82
82nd
Wright pulls off quirky-cool with ease.
Rated 23 May 2019
55
29th
senaryonun temaları işleyişinden mekanlara ve tüm yardımcı karakterlere kadar "abartılı eğlence" vaadediyor resmen film ve bunu birkaç sekansta da gerçekten sağlıyor. ama genelinde kuru kalan sinematografi ve işleyişle sanki joe wright'ın ruhsuzca reklam filmi çekercesine bir idmana dönüşüyor. materyal bu ciddiyeti en azından böyle tonal kırılmalar varken kaldırmıyor ve filmin ilgi çekici gelen her yönü yeterince işlenmemiş, özensiz gözüküyor.
Rated 03 Jun 2013
40
19th
You know why people like this movie as much as they do? Because it is a little girl. Replace it with a dude, its another bland action movie.
Rated 31 May 2018
70
34th
69.50
Rated 17 Sep 2011
67
57th
Part indie film, part ultra slick music video the style changes can be as jarring as the soundtrack. Simple revenge story made good by solid performances and very little to get in its way.
Rated 22 May 2011
90
72nd
Excellent unusual thriller/action/whatever.
Rated 16 Oct 2016
60
44th
The first half is rather slow and mildly captivating but definitely succeeds in exciting the viewer's interest. The second half is arguably superior, mostly thanks to the pumping action sequences. Saoirse Ronan makes for a very good lead and practically carries the film on her shoulders. The ending, part-lazy and part-pretentious, was a disappointment, but overall "Hanna" is a worthwhile film, its questionably successful attempts to juggle different moods balanced by the notable thrills.
Rated 10 Apr 2011
70
54th
A LOT more surreal than the trailers indicated. Well paced interesting plot with only a couple of "aw, c'mon" scenes, the man-hole scene in particular. Cate Blanchett is as intense (and hot) as I've ever seen her.
Rated 10 Jun 2011
54
26th
Positiv: Mal was anders! Tolle Location im ehemaligen Freizeitpark in Berlin gefunden, phasenweise ist eine gute Idee erkennbar. Negativ: Umsetzung ist solala, einige Charaktere wohl eher Geschmackssache. Man kann sich den Film angucken, muss aber nicht :)
Rated 04 Jan 2021
95
63rd
16-year-old Hanna(Saoirse Ronan) is unique teenager.She has the strength brains & stamina of soldier. She got it from her father (Eric Bana), former CIA agent who raised & trained her in Finland to be perfect hit man When she is sent by her father on mission throughout Europe sharp change takes place in her young lifeAs she is chased by agents of ruthless spy(Cate Blanchett) & nears her ultimate targetHanna is confronted with series of revelations that make her question her existence & humanity.
Rated 07 Jun 2011
71
66th
Very interesting premise, nice action and enough mystic story. Directing and acting were also okay, but the predictable plot and weak ending should have been more challenge to collect better score. The Lovely Bones girl, Saoirse Ronan, was a good choice for lead.
Rated 27 Feb 2012
82
75th
Liked it a lot. The sets were plain awesome, the acting great and i for my part dug the action.
Rated 26 Aug 2011
7
38th
Slick style helps a hoary plot.
Rated 25 Dec 2011
75
47th
It wasn't all that but it's always good to watch Saiorse Ronan with the help of Cate Blanchett and Eric Bana.
Rated 29 May 2012
72
56th
The tracksuit wearing neo-nazis, the heavy-handed fairy tale allusions and the hard pumping techno music, doesn't strengthen the paper thin story. The constant playful tone, however, does make the film a lot of fun.
Rated 28 Jan 2012
80
57th
Saoirse Ronan did an amazing job at being the socially awkward trained killing machine from the woods. This movie was a little strange and dragged in a few parts of the movie but all in all I would say it was really good. I really liked Hanna's friend in the movie played by Jessica Barden. She kept some comedy in a tense film. Cate Blanchett did an excellent job as the villain. Sometimes doing things in the film that made me hate her immensely. A fun and beautiful movie.
Rated 15 Nov 2014
70
48th
Fun but disjointed action-adventure coming-of-age fairy-tale espionage comedy. Exciting and well crafted scenes but doesn't quite come together in a rewarding way. The weird tonal shifts are intriguing and cute but also contribute to the whimsical and shallow vibe. Not necessarily a bad thing but I get the feeling this could've easily been more impactful and powerful dramatically. Saoirse Ronan is a very enjoyable presence in this kind of movie and the acting in general is pretty decent.
Rated 30 Jun 2011
67
26th
Hmm, I found the movie too far-stretched with many long, still scenes that really don't seem to tell any story at all (although the Chemical Brothers lessen the impact). There are a lot of cliches as well, but luckily some of them they fit in nicely (skinheads!). Cate Blanchett is brilliant as usual, and the other cast is great as well. Generally the movie's not bad - it's just not my type.
Rated 10 Jun 2011
25
23rd
Having a modified DNA, being trained all the way in combat and survival, being trained by a top class agent, being a perfect soldier and all, I don't get why Hanna spends half of the movie on the run. And it is not like she is running from an army, it is like she is running from a couple of middle aged loser ex-agents or smth. Such a wimp. I like the little girl from Kickass much better.
Rated 04 Mar 2012
70
69th
All style and not much of a content, Hanna is superbly crafted and brilliantly acted, but gets a bit boring at some point because there's not much to care for...
Rated 06 Jun 2013
30
13th
yet another film that manages to fall into pieces during the last 15 minutes...
Rated 07 Nov 2011
43
50th
#11#, hype, story, reviews, dir Wright/1, casting.
Rated 20 Apr 2011
83
83rd
I've never been so stoked to watch a little girl kick some ass. The writing and acting, well there's nothing there to behold, but it's by no means bad in those aspects. The best part here is the action, and accompanied by the soundtrack I have to say WATCH this movie. I'm really looking forward to seeing what Ronan will do into her 20's.
Rated 28 Jan 2012
70
38th
A very polished version of a pretty average post-Bourne action film - very intense for the first hour or so.
Rated 22 Oct 2011
66
21st
Kind of a null movie, but the escape scene was pretty cool and the ending was a perhaps cheap but nonetheless interesting way to conclude the story as to not let the viewer deserted. Also, the soundtrack was hip.
Rated 06 Jun 2012
95
84th
Excellent!
Rated 27 Apr 2016
78
31st
(possible spoilers)This movie was pretty much in line with what I was expecting, but it had fun with the concept. I think they could have done away with Eric Bana as his presence detracts from the movie, aside from him though, I thought Hanna was a believable character, her interactions with the people in the movie are what makes it fun. the supporting cast is great. Cate Blanchet shows how strong an actress she is again. It wrapped up nicely, I feel like a sequel would be welcome.
Rated 29 Jul 2023
52
19th
Lamest ending ever.
Rated 07 Nov 2011
67
39th
'Hanna' aspires to be more than the typical indestructible super-assassin thriller by making its killer a mid-teen girl. Do you buy it? I did to a point. However, I never bought the chase, nor the forgettable arsenal of villains (aside from Cate Blanchett). There's some fun, stylish direction from Joe Wright. However, 'Hanna' devolves into something more generic than it realizes.
Rated 04 Sep 2014
57
52nd
Starts off sprinting but then ends up with its hands on its thighs hyperventilating and staggering along for the next hour and twenty minutes.
Rated 08 Apr 2019
15
7th
Why was this film ever made in the first place?
Rated 04 May 2011
85
63rd
This was one of the most beautifully shot movies I've ever seen. However, I think the ending kind of falls apart.
Rated 06 Aug 2015
43
41st
Revisited (2)
Rated 09 Dec 2013
2
46th
Action mashup; a glitchy-pop Lola Rennt, Bourne back-story searching, some shots and German concrete from Aeon Flux. Plot hole may have been left for sequels. Ronan shows off her super-skills -especially those accents, occasional thrills but the downbeats really drag.

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