I've reviewed this before and the movie is still super enjoyable after many viewings.
Just the right touch of action, story and humor.
Another foray into the last one surviving wins genre.
A group of people are locked in a warehouse and have camera implanted into their foreheads. They have 12 hours to be the last one standing, find a key and exit the warehouse.
Not one of them complains about having a camera implanted in their skull. ?????? I think the camera view is used only a few times in the movie. I thought this was a weak concept.
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This remake actually works. I was prepared to dislike it as I really enjoyed the original with Noomi Rapace, but Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig did an amazing job. Loaded with some great actors this version did a very nice job of pacing. A brutal thriller, that has some very graphic elements attached to it. I loved the Bryan Ferry song that ran at the end of the credits, "Is Your Love Strong Enough". I originally heard that in Legend and it is a fantastic song.
Hanna is played brilliantly by Saoirse Ronan. A nice touch of naivety combined with an assassin's lethalness.
Eric Bana is some type of agent who is being hunted. Off the grid, he spends years training his young daughter to be a self-sufficient emotionless killing machines.
Then one day Eric says it is time and a plan he and his daughter prepared is set into motion.
Cate Blanchett is the government agent after him. She really shouldn't do a southern accent,…