Oddly happy making and not as offensive as I thought it would be
For a film with this much action and darkness within it, I honestly couldn't find any reason as to why it would be boring. However, that exactly what I got. It's action is actually pretty well done and the performances are decent (Stewart is better in this but still isn't that very good). It's visuals and dark atmosphere really pulls you in close to watch but I couldn't actually care about the characters or the plot. It's script is okay, still remaining loyal to the original story but for now it's a forgettable and slow-paced film. At least it was better than Mirror Mirror.
Don't know how I feel about this one. Some shots were really nice to look at (in parts of the film), but I didn't enjoy the acting by Charlize Theron or Kristen Stewart.
Kristen Stewart has no camera charisma (in my opinion) so watching her becomes frustrating because I'll always picture her as annoying Bella from the Twilight saga lol
l'ho rivisto in onore dell'anniversario dello scandalo ma comunque non me lo ricordavo così sveglio quindi che bello
"Snow Dull and the Dullman"
Actually I don't think that accurately conveys how dull this movie is.
"Dull Dull dull dull Dulldull" is more like it.
As Snow White and the Huntsman unfolded I was pleasantly surprised at how not horrible it was. Sadly though, those feelings waned. I found myself counting down the run time clock well before the end. Between start and finish multiple flaws hindered my enjoyment.
Foremost in my mind is the identity. This was not a kids movie, nor an adult movie. It wanted to be both, but it didn't work. As a result Snow White had an awkward adolescent tone.…
I am not sure what I should think of this ultimate Crossover flick.
It seems to take place in a world long before the events of The Avengers. We see Midgard in medival times, where magic was still common (probably due to a race from outer space we don't know yet). Thor was sent from Asgard to save our world from the dark powers. Sadly he lost Mjölnir like he will do a few hundred years later. He is able…
It's kinda of creepy sometimes, but is a good one
- charlize theron
- sam claflin
- heart eyes
- why does everyone love chris hemsworth so much tbh
this was an okay movie would have been a lot better if Kristen Stewart wasn't in it and if the inspiration moments didn't seem stressed.
This is actually one of my favorite movies because
a) it's badass
b) it's a remake in which the princess is actually capable of doing things herself
c) special effects were WOW
d) that florence + the machine song that plays during the end credits is my go to adrenaline rush song when I'm working out so I give this movie credit for its existence
Charlize Theron actually kinda sucked in this but that's ok because she and everyone else…