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NEW Elektra - Elektra (Blu-ray)

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  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0038Z5T32
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #121,204 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: Blu-ray
2.5 out of 5

After coming back from the dead and trained in the deadly art of Kimagure, Elektra Natchios is a killer-for-hire. Upon receiving her new contract, she goes up against a band of ninja assassins known as The Hand, who are also after the same target: a young martial arts prodigy with a potential for greatness. Elektra’s past meets her present as she seeks to protect this young prodigy while also facing demons of her own.

I was in the minority of people who liked Daredevil, in which Jennifer Garner also played Elektra. When I heard she was getting her own spin-off movie, I was really excited because, while I’m not an expert on the Elektra character, I know enough to know that a film version would be awesome. We didn’t quite get that with this flick, but that’s not to say it was utterly terrible. However, what audiences expected and what they got were different things.

Let’s see . . . I was happy that Elektra sported her famous red costume in this as opposed to the black one in Daredevil. Though technically totally impractical in real life, having her very-similar-to-comic-book-costume on screen was cool for fanboys and fangirls alike and, no, not for the reason you’d think. Just something about seeing a comic book character “as they are” on screen brings a thrill.

The fighting sequences were not bad and Hollywood’s version/perception of the martial arts is always interesting as they tend to add all sorts of legend and mystique to them as opposed to their reality.

They got the gist of the character but didn’t get hardcore into it, and it was clear this was just a way to cash in on the Daredevil movie that came out a couple years before.
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for some strange reason this movie was not a
success at the box office.i thought it should've been after i watched it,but that's just me.some
critics slagged this film mercifully.myself i thought it was a well
made film.Jen garner did a fine job as the title character and is very
sexy to boot.the rest of the cast did well.Goran Visjic was fine as
Mark Miller,although it was hard to get his E.R.character out of my
head at times.Kirsten Prout plays the teenage character Abby
Miller(Mark's daughter)and she does an admiral job here.and yes they do
fit into the story.Terence Stamp is brilliantly cast as Electra's
mentor.the cast of villains was also represented by some fine
performances.but the thing i really like most is that Electra is given
a back story and personality complete with a few quirks.the only minor
problem i had with the film is that the special effects,while not poorly
done,could have been a bit better.a positive thing about this
film is that the fight scenes are well choreographed,with some amazing
stunts.and i can't forget the mystique.the film had an aura of mystery
surrounding it.overall,a well paced entertaining film. 4/5
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on April 1 2007
Format: DVD
It can't be pretended that "Elektra" is anything but a cash-in on "Daredevil" and star Jennifer Garner's popularity as an action star. And the spinoff film as as soulless as that would suggest -- it has some pretty special effects, but is brought down by a half-hearted script that aspires to be a mix of Chinese wire-fu and "Kill Bill."

Elektra (Jennifer Garner) died at the end of "Daredevil." But in the comic book world, death is less restricting than a sprained knee: Elektra is resurrected by the magical mystical powers of Terence Stamp (okay, his character is ungracefully called Stick). She is now a contract killer, and is sent to off a father and daughter in some remote place.

It turns out that there is a Chosen One (hello, fantasy cliches!) who will be a pivot in the battle between good and evil. And the girl Abby (Kirsten Prout) is that Chosen One. Beset by childhood traumas, Elektra decides to protect the two of them from the Hand, a magical bunch of Japanese evildoers who have decided to kill Abby.

When a movie is a cash-in spinoff of a cinematic disaster like "Daredevil," you can't expect it to be good. Especially if the lead heroine -- as in the howlingly bad "Catwoman" -- wears silly leather bondage gear and utters moronic quips. Can't there be a heroine who wears something that would stay on during kung-fu ation scenes?

Rob Bowman better stick to sci-fi suspense, because he can't do action. It feels as if he wanted to make a cross between "Kill Bill" and "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon," with a bit of "Zatoichi" (the blind master) thrown in. The script teems with cliches -- the tortured tough gal! The sensitive love interest! The precocious, poorly-acted kiddie! The wise Yoda clone! Throw in a few high-kicks and you have "Elektra.
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I just watched this dvd and I have to say I wasn't too impressed by it. Although, I really enjoy Alias and think Jennifer Garner is a great actress in her own right, there wasn't much to this movie to really show her true talents as an actress. There wasn't a plot to this movie at all and there were so many flashbacks, it makes for confusion the whole way through. The action scenes were hardly entertaining and leave you wanting to see more. Daredevil was a far better movie and I think they should have brought some of that movie into this, even if it just meant her remembering ben affleck's character. All it showed was her childhood and nothing concerning that part of her life in daredevil. It didn't really make a lot of reference to her coming back from the dead either.....I think this movie should never come out with a sequel. Too bad for Jennifer Garner....maybe there will be a Daredevil sequel and Elektra could come back then.
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