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Snow White & the Huntsman
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From the producer of Alice in Wonderland comes a new vision that turns a legendary tale into an action-adventure epic. The evil Queen Ravenna (Academy Award winner Charlize Theron) will rule forever if she can take the life of Snow White (Kristen Stewart), so she dispatches the Huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) to track her down. But the wicked ruler never imagined that the Huntsman would train the girl to become a brave warrior, skilled in the art of war. Filled with intense battles and spectacular visual effects, Snow White & the Huntsman is a thrilling experience that shouldn't be missed Shawn Edwards, Fox-TV.
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This 4K edition looks and sounds great. Fantastic demo material herein even if the movie isn't the best. If swords and sorcery is your thing you'll probably like it. If you are into high drama you might be wasting your time. Pretty Intense/scary for younger/sensitive viewers and dependent on your views of violence appropriateness for children you may want to view before letting the young-uns watch. Not too racy (one each of bed and bath chamber scenes - nothing explicit) if that is your concern
There have been reports of the 4K disc not working right so if you buy be sure to check that yours works before the return window closes
I found this to be a movie worth watching, and I enjoyed it enough that I will want to watch it again. There is something for everybody in this tale, adventure, fighting, romance, deception,lies, pretty actors. Probably be enjoyed by old children than the younger kids, probably 10 and up will get more out of it then others. Although my 14 yer old still asks questions of what just happen.
Filmed mostly in not Sooo techni-color, it stars Ravenna...the most evil of all evil witches in all the land, played by Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart as Snow White, the most emotionless unsympathetic expressionless Princess pure of heart that there ever was. Rounding out our principle cast of characters are Sam Spruell as Ravenna's weak sister of a brother, Finn, Sam Claflin as William (Prince Charmer) and Chris Hemsworth as "The Huntsman".
Our story begins with glorious anticipation as we watch newly crowned Queen Ravenna quickly implement her devious diabolical scheme of treacherous trickery to take over the Castle and the entire Kingdom for her very own!
Soon we discover that her beauty and power is rivaled only by her evil!
Each day Ravenna gazes into the mirror and asks, "mirror mirror on the wahl, who's the fairest of them awl". Obediently, a liquid gold oozes from the mirror transforming itself into a golden Genie who responds reluctantly, "You are the fairest of them all".
Way too soon we find our sullen Princess, Snow White, locked away in the dingy dirty dank dark dungeon where she has been held captive since childhood when her father, the King, was slain unceremoniously by his bride Ravenna on the very night of their wedding day!
After some 20 years the Princess skillfully escapes her palace prison and high tails it directly into the forbidden forest!
Continuing down the yellow brick road, our story turns into a much darker version of the Wizard of Oz where our Princess meets up with the tin man and the cowardly lion, just kidding!
But She does encounter all sorts of strange and nasty forest creatures who try to kill her dead at every turn! All the while being tracked and chased by the drunken Huntsman and Finn, who have been sent to find her and return her to the evil Queen So that she can tear out her heart!
I did find a few fleeting Thrills n Chills once upon a time in our fairytale; including Fairies, a big bad ugly Troll guarding the bridge (sigh) and at least 7 Dwarfs!
There was even some m*a*j*i*c*k* to be found along the way!
Check IT out,if you dare!
So forgettable that I think I actually saw this in theaters, forgot, watched it again, and am still not sure if I saw it before. I already don't remember much from my viewing last night.