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  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: UNIVERSAL PICTURES
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0068VNV0G
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 255,913 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By The Truth TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 May 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Hanna turned out to be a brilliant watch for many reasons. It was a funny, actions packed, looked great and had a pumping sound track by the Dust Brothers, now better known as the Chemical Brothers.

As the name suggests the story revolves around Hanna. A young girl raised in isolation who has been government trained to kill. Eric Banna plays the father, who turned rogue agent and escaped with her to save her from a life as a government assassin.

However, Hannah comes of age and wants to experience the world outside the woods for herself and a chain of events are set off that see Hannah travel round the globe trying to escape the clutches of head of programme, Cate Blanchett.

The acting is solid throughout from all of the 3 main cast members and the look Nd feel of the film is distinctly German and industrial. Chemical Brothers' sound track adds to the German feel of the film and the action comes thick and fast and handled brilliantly.

What was a real surprise though, was how well the rest of the film was handled though. Scenes of Hanna trying to make friends and make sense of the world outside that which she had known all her life was both touching, poignant and at times down right funny.

The parts of her travelling across Europe with experiencing everything life had to offer for the first time were handled with sensitivity and, I thought, real understanding. Yet at the same time, scenes of her kicking arse where brutal and unflinching.

Hanna was a thoroughly enjoyable film that ticked all boxes and I thought it was a very descent attempt at giving a familiar theme (The genetically modified killer) a slightly new twist.
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Lark TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 25 Jan. 2012
Format: DVD
I've no idea why this film has had such poor reviews from some viewers or has turned out to be so polarising but it would appear to be one of those features which you either spectacularly love or loath.

I have to say I absolutely loved it. The plot is simple enough but while parallels can be drawn with the Bourne films' identity crisis motif it is a very different feature. Jason Bourne/David Webb was an adult who was engineered into some sort of super soldier by participating in a strange government behaviourist-psychological mind control experiment. Hanna is younger, ignorant of being a legacy of a similar project and living in the wilderness, there is no need to recover memories or resolve a crisis of identity. Instead the driving force in leaving the wilderness is a desire to experience life more fully and directly than what can be told from the sources available at hand to her and her mentor/watcher.

There are so many excellent themes in this film which are only partically touched upon due to time, pace and requirement to progress the plot onwards to its conclusion. They remain none the less excellent. For instance the interactions between Hanna as a socially isolated and consequently socially maladapted person with the precocious child of bohemian liberal parents. The scene where she is in awe of electric light and then overwhelmed by all the disturbing noise created by the TV, telephone, kettle and other mod cons in concert.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 28 Feb. 2014
Format: DVD
Story is about Hanna a young trained killer, exciting and fast, entertaining with good story line, keeps you watching, definitely recommended viewing
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By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 9 Mar. 2015
Format: Blu-ray
Sometimes, I’ll watch a film and not really like it. Then, over time, for one reason or another I’ll start thinking about it and decide to view it again. Quite often, a second viewing can make all the difference and I’ll end up liking the film. However, I kind of did the opposite with ‘Hanna.’ I’ve just watched it for a second time (having quite enjoyed it the first time round and therefore buying it on DVD) and it’s kind of left me a little hollow.

Yes, I know it was never meant to be a great Oscar-worthy work of art. I’m quite happy to sit through ‘no-brainer’ action flicks which are there only to entertain. And, although that does – kind of – apply to Hanna, I thought there was more to it originally.

The titular ‘Hanna’ is a genetically-engineered super-kid who’s been spirited away from her CIA creators and raised as ‘the perfect assassin’ by her – equally skilled – father. Then, one day he decides they should go and kill the people responsible for creating her. You don’t really find out why. Maybe because she’s just turned 16?

So her dad (Eric Bana) just wanders off and agrees to meet her somewhere in Europe. Hanna gets captured (or allows herself to get captured) so that she can escape. Then the film is basically a sixteen-year-old girl killing one wave of CIA hitmen after the next.

Yes, it’s quite nicely shot, but there are times when you really have to suspend your disbelief to get anything out of it. I can buy that – technically – this film is *almost* sci-fi, what with Hanna’s ‘genetically-engineered’ heritage, so you have to accept that she can do things that no real human ever could. However, she’s still just a killer in a thin, sixteen year old girl’s body, which makes it a little unbelievable sometimes.
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