Joss Whedon wrote and produced this film, which has a cute and interesting premise: two people who have never met are able to see through each other’s eyes and feel what the other person feels. They have been able to do this for most of their lives, but are only recently aware of it.
Hanna is a film that is good for very specific reasons: the craftsmanship, the execution, and the music. What keeps it from being a great film is the script, which inexplicably was listed on 2009’s Black List (the list of the best un-produced screenplays.)
The Shawshank Redemption is a chilling portrait of a cold-blooded murderer and sociopath who manages, through patience and careful planning, to convince his fellow inmates that he is actually innocent.