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Plot: Elektra the warrior survives a near-death experience, becomes an assassin-for-hire, and tries to protect her two latest targets, a single father and his young daughter, from a group of supernatural assassins. Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 14 Jan 2005
If you like most of the Marvel movies that have come out recently, then you should enjoy Elektra. It is better then the Daredevil, Hulk, Punisher and just below X-Men and Spider-man. The villains were perfectly casted, I only wish they had longer fight scenes. The locations were awesome and the lighting was great. The biggest problem here is that a lot if important info is left out IE Who are the villains, What is the story behind the Good vs Evil battle, Why was Elektra's mom targeted and other stuff. Like I said, my main complaint is that the villains didn't get enough face time, <more>
and we didn't get to find out why they were there and their story. Anyways, ignore these haters and go see this movie.
To each his own opinion. And, in my opinion, this movie kicks super butt. (by song_bird2103)
*~May contain spoilers~* 'Kay, first off, I already knew that Jennifer Garner could pull the role of Elektra off. I mean, when she stabbed the dude on the roof with her sai...that was bloody brilliant. I loved that scene, and I am still thinking about it. It had a nice amount of action, though not enough. I would've loved to see Jennifer in the signature outfit more than twice. Also, with how the villains were thought up, that was also nice. I liked how Elektra kept having flashbacks of her mother's death, and how the image of Kirigi slowly sifted in. The fighting was incredible. <more>
The actress who had the privilege of playing Abby Miller was awesome. I read this in another review and, yes, the colors are absolutely terrific. The lip-locking scene between Typhoid Mary and Elektra was beautiful. I mean, the detail of how there was a ring of dead leaves around Elektra. Truly remarkable and artistic. The feud with Typhoid and Abby was great, too.The one problem and the only problem with the movie is that the villains, such as Kinkou, Stone, and Tyhpoid, died WAY too quick before they could be more appreciated. So, if there was a second installment to Elektra, then I would definitely go see it, if it was fixed up a little bit more. Jennifer Garner did an excellent performance and is remarkable as Elektra. Well done to the cast and crew. 9/10 Definitely worthy for some things such as..."Best Villain" and "Best fight scene". And, actually, the director deserves an award. His dedication to this movie and his confidence paid off.So, yes, to each his own opinion. And, in my opinion, this movie kicks super @$$ like no other. I didn't even really like Blade, X-men 1 and 2 geek of both or Catwoman this much. They were all great movies, in my opinion. But, still, Jennifer won my heart as Elektra. She was brilliant. So, if you're going to go see this movie, then go see it. And, for goodness sake, do not waste any of your time reading gruesome reviews. Because, trust me, that's the only thing that you will wish you didn't waste your time on. GO SEE ELEKTRA!!!
I loved the look of Elektra; the dark, grisly feel is such homage to the comic. I also loved how some of the scenes reminded me so much of favorite panels from the comics. I loved how the film depicted Elektra and how she was in conflict with herself. I thought there was a lot of depth in Garner's portrayal. She even surprised me. There are exceptional martial arts sequences in "Elektra", including spectacular kali and escrima stick moves. Key scenes include the first conflict at the cabin and the final showdown with the main villain. Overall nice movie, I just wish they had <more>
went with the "R" rating and traded in some of that dopey green fog for blood.
Jennifer Garner Is Spectacular As Elektra, And Bob Sapp Rules, Too! (by BigHardcoreRed)
As the newest Marvel movie, Elektra has not left me disappointed. Not in the least. I think it strengthened it's weaknesses from Daredevil and surpasses it's predecessor quite handily. It is not without criticism, however, but I believe this movie was well done, special effects and all.Elektra gives you a bit more of the history of Elektra Natchios although it does not say why someone would name their child Elektra, including her childhood, what happened to her mother and what happened between Daredevil and now.As the movie starts, you discover that Elektra has been, for all intents <more>
and purposes, a paid assassin. That is, until her morals are questioned when she is given the assignment of killing a man and his young daughter, Abby, who have secrets of their own. She decides against completing her assignment and goes into business for herself and decides to protect the girl and her father. I can't really go further into the story without ruining some parts of it, so I'll move on.The villains, who seem to be a Japanese corporation of some kind, known as The Hand are after Abby and her father, and after her refusal to be involved, Elektra. I liked each of the villains, especially Stone and Tattoo. The special effects for Tattoo were absolutely amazing. So was the final fight scene with the white sheets flying everywhere, while I'm at it. With the villain in all white, it made for an interesting and beautiful finish for the movie. Also, when the bad guys are killed, the green poison mist thing looked awesome too.Altogether, I think the movie tied itself together real nicely at the end and everything made sense, for the most part it is a superhero movie, after all . I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys Marvel's efforts in cinema, super hero fans and especially Jennifer Garner fans. I truly believe that no one else could accomplish what she has with this movie.Anyone else catch the nod to Marvel's Blade: Trinity with the same bow and arrow device used early by Elektra? 9/10
Another solid addition to the Marvel movie library (by dbruhn1)
I am a fan of movies based on characters from comics. Elektra is a good movie, even if it does not reach the level of the Spiderman or the X-Men movies. Apparently, those movies are the gage by which all live-action comic movies will be judged. As with most good movies, the story and the characters are the strong points of the film. The special effects and action sequences are well done; however, they are toned down a bit to allow Elektra who is human to be the featured element of the movie. Since director Rob Bowman may be at the helm of the X-Men series in the future, it was good to see <more>
he knows how to bring a comic character to the big screen in a non-comedic manner.There is no getting around the fact that this is a girl power film that many guys will enjoy. So get date and head to the movies.
Jennifer Garner did a wonderful job portraying her character. The fight scenes were amazing. It was really interesting to see how the character, Elektra evolves through out the movie. Kristen's character provided slight humor to the movie. It is a typical comic book type of movie, so if one does not like comic book stories, one might not enjoy this movie. The special effects for the villains were interesting, but fake at times. People should go see it and give it a chance. If you enjoy the Batman movies, you should enjoy this movie. In my opinion, it was much better than Daredevil. When I <more>
was leaving the theater, many people were commenting on how they liked the movie. Children who are into fighting flicks will enjoy this movie as well, but be advise that there is violence in this movie.
I saw this movie at a free preview screening. I wasn't expecting much because comic book movies are usually disappointing, but this one was actually good. The special effects and action sequences were well done and didn't look over-the-top.The cinematography was beautiful and the colors almost seemed alive, they were so vibrant. I don't see many movies where the colors make that much of an impact.I didn't find the dialogue corny or forced. There was only one moment where the audience laughed "inappropriately," and that was at a character's name. The acting was <more>
excellent, in my opinion. Jennifer Garner and Goran Visnjic have a natural rapport and Kirsten Prout was very impressive. I hadn't seen her in anything previously. All three of them did a good job of giving these characters some depth and making you care about them, which can sometimes be hard in this type of movie. The villains were, for the most part, subtle and not in your face, as with many movies of this genre.Overall, I liked this movie and recommend it to anyone who likes a good action movie with non-cardboard characters. In addition to the action, there is drama, romance but not too much , elements of sci-fi and a few laughs.
A film that is underrated and great. (by JackSparrow84)
Elektra is probably one of the most underrated films this year. Jennifer Garner is sexy, exciting and great as Elektra and Terrance Stamp is great as Stick. While the film seemed rushed, it was entertaining and fun to watch. Several scenes even had me wondering "what's going to happen?" And aren't we supposed to get into films? The action and fight scenes are just spectacular, and Jennifer shows her amazing fighting techniques throughout. The film does suffer from being too short, though. It should've gone longer into back-story But overall, I have to give it up to Rob <more>
Bowman for making a film that is fun, exciting and just plain entertaining. I totally recommend this action-packed thrill ride of a film.
Excellent action film despite my aversion for superhero chick flicks. Jennifer Garner as the title character brings a lot to the role. Her ability to switch between a combat-mode warrior and emotionally-damaged woman is superb. The rest of the other characters except for actress Kirsten Prout Abby Miller are semi-formed as if they were put in just so Elektra has someone to interact with or beat up. Ms. Prout's performance was excellent in her portrayal of the novice-prodigy that Elektra tries to protect. I expect to see even greater things from this young lady in the future. The fight <more>
scenes were a appropriate blend of real photography and FX. The script was good too as it forced Elektra to face increasingly difficult situations while still trying to confront her own inner demons. Gave this an "8" and I hope there is a sequel with Garner and Prout!