Three & a half stars! The only action film that I've ever really found myself wanting to re-watch, amazing cinematography and an incredibly cool and engaging score by the Chemical Brothers. I absolutely love that they added in the moment of girlish fragility between Hanna and Sophie, giving it a touch of realistic female friendship and fondness. The setting of Spree Park in Berlin is great too!
The first minutes in the snow were actually good, but it all downhill after the escape scene. The only good thing throughout the movie was, as people are saying, the soundtrack by Chemical Brothers. I didn't care for Hanna. The plot was bad and disjoint. Cate Blanchett's villain was one-dimensional, boring, and a cheesy copy of Dana Scully's style. The comic elements felt out of place. I expected more from Wright.
Kind of your typical badass-chick movie, vastly overdone. Interesting use of the family she travels with, though (adds a more...relatable/human experience to the plot?). Love love loved the soundtrack, probably my favourite part of the film. Also had some great artsy shots (ex. her escape, running through the slitted tunnel).