Cinemablend: Hanna bears all the markings of a spy thriller-- the pounding score from the Chemical Brothers, the violence and globetrotting, the handful of killer catchphrases. But the film draws far more from Snow White than it does Jason Bourne, presenting a teenage girl assassin not because it's super cool (i.e. Kick Ass) or morally dubious (i.e. The Professional), but because it's a pure and modern way to tell the classical story of a girl emerging from the forest to vanquish the evil queen. Hanna is odd, scatterbrained and sometimes a little too clever, but it's also passionate and captivating, combining a coming-of-age tenderness with heart-stopping action in a way that feels utterly unique.