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Have you ever seen something in the bargain bin and thought it was worth five dollars? Then you actually watch it and realize you will never get that time or your money back. I realized my mistake with Elektra after watching it. I know she is not a major character like Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, or Thor. I also know she is not a second string character like Daredevil. I am not sure she even qualifies to be a third stringer. Maybe she is in the Marvel minor leagues.

Elektra is ultra violent. It also contains enticement to lust. Based on those two major flaws it should have received a Restricted rating. There are a couple of interesting special effects deal with an evil character who has tattoos of animals. Those tattoos come alive. Aside from that the majority of the fighting was boring. The blood, and gore was definitely over the top. Which is odd because Elektra is more of a ‘B’ movie than anything else.

I expected to see violence in Elektra. I did not expect all of the bad language. The gutter speak means children should not ever watch Elektra. I am an adult, and I won’t watch it ever again. The music barely felt present in Elektra to me. Maybe because of all the blood, and death.

I found it difficult to tell the good characters from the evil characters in Elektra. Since they do many of the same things. It is also barely explained. Elektra has a change of heart about her assassin ways - which is also not really explained. She has one dinner with these people and then can not kill them. It made no sense whatsoever. Most of the plot of Elektra is like that - convenient, and leaves the viewer clueless.

In comic books the characters can share their thoughts. I believe that is missing from the Elektra movie. This movie expects us to understand what the characters are thinking. I did not have a clue, so most of Elektra made no sense to me. The shining star in Elektra is the extras. There are multiple extras on this DVD disc. Few of them are worth the time, but at least something was provided.

Elektra is an abysmal failure. It does not properly explain the character, and becomes way too convenient in most parts of the story. Like she can’t beat this one guy, until she stabs him out of the blue. Why are these two side battling? What is the point of their war? Do yourself a favor and avoid Elektra on DVD. You should be able to find something better to do with your time.
- Luke


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 47%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 45%
Family Friendly Factor: 20%

System: DVD
Publisher: 20th Century Fox

Rating:  ‘PG-13’ - Parents Strongly Cautioned
{For Action Violence}

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