- Rated: PG-13
- Run Time: 1 hours, 44 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: April 21, 2009
- Originally Released: 2005
- Label: 20th Century Fox
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
- Dolby Surround - Spanish & French
- Additional Release Material:
- Deleted Scenes
- Music Highlights: Soundtrack (1:00)
Behind the Scenes:
- Comic-Con Presentation (1:33)
- I Died Once (1:49)
- The Way (2:08)
- Don't Force It (1:32)
- THE MAKING OF ELEKTRA
- INSIDE THE EDITING ROOM: ONLY A WARRIOR (1:32)
- Theatrical Trailer
- Previews - 1. Intro (:13)
- Fantastic Four (3:00)
- Mr. & Mrs. Smith (3:00).
Performers, Cast and Crew:
New York Times - 01/14/2005
"[T]he film's best special effect is Ms. Garner, especially when she's in costume..."
Uncut - 03/01/2005
"The supernatural aspects are ably handled, Garner does a nice line in moody..."
In this sequel to DAREDEVIL, the Marvel Comic series is drawn upon once again to present the mysterious and powerful character of Elektra (Jennifer Garner), a professional assassin with special skills. Clad in a red suit, she relies on her mental acuity, which allows her to see a short distance into the future. With this talent she can stalk her victims and kill them before they are even aware of her presence. She is cold and introspective to a fault, shunning all human contact in favor of meditating on her powers. Even so, she is haunted by the memories of her youth, when as a small girl she witnessed her mother's brutal murder by a mysterious horned enemy. When a mission leads her to a father and daughter, Mark (Goran Visnjic) and Abby (Kirsten Prout), something deep inside her causes her to abort the assassination. But before she knows it, a team of the highly dangerous ninja experts called the Hand are sent to take out Mark and Abby themselves. The leader of the Hand, Kirigi (Will Yun Lee), has a greater objective in mind for Mark and Abby, and Elektra decides to defend the helpless twosome until she solves the mystery behind why the Hand wants them dead.
Highlights of the film center on Elektra's impressive moves in her red-hot suit, flinging her Sai weapons with menacing accuracy. Plentiful action scenes and special effects certainly add some high-intrigue moments to the plot, but there is also a softer side to ELEKTRA, which is about mothers and daughters. Elektra frequently flashes back to her mother's death and her memories of youth, while in present time she is forming a bond with young Abby, providing for some tender moments.
- THEATRICAL RELEASE: JANUARY 14, 2005