Sixteen-year-old Hanna, 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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Hanna torrent reviews
Jerome P (mx) wrote: Excellent! It features one of my favourite things.....the utter destruction of commonly-held myths. The truths revealed are heart-breaking and anger-inducing. The interviews are varied and good. The edit is very good. Even for someone like me who is very wary (and skeptical) of charities, there is a lot to learn about. And it reveals questions not just about corporate charity but the greater world around it.
Oscar T (nl) wrote: Se queda muy corta sobre todo al retratar una historia tan aterradora como el collar en bomba en Colombia, pero lo que lo hace realmente interesante es que al estar rodada a travs de un plano secuencia de 85 minutos el suspenso y el agobio va en aumento.
Nathan L (us) wrote: Donnie Yen is definitely establishing himself as the premiere action star of Asian cinema. In "Dragon Tiger Gate" he proves once again he can be the ultimate badass, showing off some truly awesome moves. DTG moves at a brisk clip, until it stumbles with a meandering middle before it blasts off again with a lightning fast climax. The main problem with DTG is that the effects most of the time look as if they're straight out of a video game, giving it a disjointed feel. If that's what you're looking for, knock yourself out. Actually, this movie looks a lot more like Double Dragon than Double Dragon ever did. Go figure...
Paul N (nl) wrote: How do I talk about a documentary about an academic rockstar made by someone who seems so completely enamored by her subject but yet can't engage him in a single meaningful question?? Does she even understand him. The film is without direction or purpose...just hero-worshiping.That said, he is entertaining enough but a philosopher so well-known and influencial seems to warrant a more serious and challenging documentary. This ain't it.
Craig G (au) wrote: Not amazing, but stable. I wanted to see it for Paul Rudd, but there isn't a lot to keep you involved as the film progresses. It just happens to exist.
Steph C (ag) wrote: I remember this movie :)
Wes S (nl) wrote: The best in the Heisei Godzilla films in my opinion. Decent characters, a great plot, and awesome battles. I always get a kick out of the little Japanese Indiana Jones thingy at the beginning. Mothra's adult prop was kind of different looking but Battra's designs are awesome.
David L (ca) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.
Olivier M (gb) wrote: Le Pigeon, un petit bijou de la comdie italienne
Jimmy M (jp) wrote: From street thief to dishonorably discharged soldier to middle weight champion contender; the true life story of Rocky Graziano. The film that made Newman a star. Second movie he ever made. Newman got the part after the untimely death of Jame Dean.
Mon K (kr) wrote: Surprisingly engaging and entertaining! Made me wanna cook (and eat) food...