Brought back to life by a powerful, gifted, and blind Sensei. For what purpose? Revenge for her father and for her own death. She trains relentlessly. She learns everything but the one thing she can not be taught. Then she is told to leave by her Sensei. She is the strongest and fastest. She becomes an assassin for hire. She always get gets the job done. In the end she finds some happiness is a young girl who she soon befriends. But not just any girl. This girl is "The One." The villains are in search of will do everything in there power to have this treasure. Called simply, "The Hand." In the end she learns the one thing her Sensei could not teach her. Elektra is a very powerful (and beautiful) super hero. I actually like this move better than Daredevil. The movie did not do well in Theaters. I am not sure why but this is a great movie. There was rumor on line about an Elektra II: however, due to weak box office sales it was canned. The digital quality is way better with this Blu-ray than as compared to the Daredevil Blu-ray. There are several scenes in Daredevil that are quit grainy; whereas, most scenes seem crystal clear in Elektra. I've been reading and seeing a lot about True HD in many reviews when it comes to high definition Blu-ray disc's. That there is a difference between that and Blu-ray's with out it. Even tho neither have True HD the digital video with Elektra is far superior. You'll love the digital audio that's if you have dts-hd decoder on your set. I have owned a Blu-ray player and PS3 for a while but just recently started to build my collection. If you enjoy X-Men, Fantastic 4, Star Wars, etc. I would highly suggest adding this title to your collection. Enjoy!
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