Hanna (2011)

I watched this film with JK and RH. Great movie. Great pacing. My friend JK noted, a great part of the movie is just experiencing the different places Hanna passes through. For the most part I agree, but I feel it might not appeal to everybody watching the movie. On a different note, the effect of having Hanna disappearing from sight in a blink of an eye was used a lot, but I never tired of it. If you enjoy watching females kick ass, like in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) or Aeon Flux (2005), you'd definitely enjoy this movie.

While the "repetition" of the opening scene was predictable, it was still awesome. I suppose being able to predict the line made the scene better, if not unchanged. "I just missed your heart." Of course, I might not have been able to predict the repetition if I hadn't seen two particular movies starring Clint Eastwood.

Sebastian: So Hanna, is your Mom and Dad still together?
Hanna: My mother is dead.
Sophie: [to Sebastian] Nice one, Dad.
Sebastian: I'm sorry to hear that. I lost my mom when I was very young, so...
Hanna: It's all right. It happened a long time ago.
Rachel: Hanna, what did your Mom die of?
Hanna: Three bullets...


Watched 20120105 (Blu-ray)
Hanna (2011) Joe Wright. 111 min.

Relevant Links:
Hanna (IMDb.com)
Hanna (film) (Wikipedia.org)

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