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Hanna the Movie

It is looking like this movie will be an awesome example of fight choreography using FMA, thanks to Jeff Imada, Can't wait to see this flick!

Taking Aim on Marissa Wiegler

 So after seeing the movie, talking to people about their reactions to the flick I just had to see what else was out there online regarding Hanna the Movie, and what more could be said.

The Official Site of Hanna The Movie

This site is a great example of web 2.0 and having a full sensory experience on your laptop, desktop or mobile device. Good site to look at if you want to see the packaged presentation, wrapper ribbon and all. You might want to turn down your volume before you enter the site as it has a soundtrack from the Chemical Brothers.


Focus Features Film site

Lots of slide shows on this page plus a bunch of bells and whistles, you can even download an iPad app or ringtone from the right side navigation.


Wikipedia had to get in on the Hanna action

Provides a virtual spoiler of the plot... don't read this if you have not seen the movie and don't like spoilers...


Everybody is a critic

Get your rotten produce out.. for here is Rotten Tomatoes spin on Hanna

Grind a more data and see a few more pix and trailers here, but track the money.


Not allot on the choreography... I will keep looking.

I know where Hanna is

I got a chance to see this last night. I found it to be pretty good, in terms of story and fight choreography. I loved the fight choreography for Hanna, but Erik's character was more military combatives than FMA. I saw some 6 count Siniwali and some Arnis De Mano or some other hand/knife related FMA at the beginning, and that was cool all by itself. Having Filipino Martial Arts in the movie is something I always like, even if it's the weak offering in Tomb Raider. I like the symetry for the story line, and was almost at the edge of my seat when the story seemed to end Shakespearian like. All in all a fantastic and entertaining flick that had the bells and whistles of a spy-thriller and genetic tampering drama. There was poetic justice, a girl coming of age, retribution, cold eyed killer instincts, and strange albino like freakyness. I'd give it 4.5 out 5 stars.....


Just saw it today.It was a good movie, it could have used more of her training you can see some Eskrima for a few seconds but My Daughter and I liked it.

IMDB's link

More to come, I think I might put a little article on it too. See what I can dig up ;)

I would be interested in

I would be interested in seeing a review/commentary on the fight scenes after you see the movie. I know that Imada was the choreographer for the Bourne movies but I can not recall if he choreographed any others that I have seen.

Jeff Imada's Filmography on

Hey here is Jeff Imada's Fimography (click here)
You have probably seen many of the movies he has worked on, yet not all of them ;-)

Trailer on Youtube has a trailer and special page for Hanna, here it is:


Hey cool

Here is one of the reviews on a critic's site:

Facebook page for Hanna the movie

Here is the facebook page for Hanna the movie!/HannaMovie