Abe Licoln

By casanovaaejr
Written June 22, 2012
We saw the 1201am showing ( i read the book) My Wife amd my self LOVEEd the movieWe saw the 1201am showing ( i read the book) My Wife amd my self LOVEEd the movie< its very different from the book
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Vampires and Civil War: Interesting concept, but only in 3D.

By S Coelho
Written June 22, 2012
I know this movie is going to have some pretty big fans, but let me just say: I can't imagine reading this book...or seeing this movie without 3D glasses. I say this because the story is fairly slow for an action-packed film, but the action and special effects make the 3D and the extra ticket price totally worth it. If you're a horror fanatic like I am, this is not your typical vampire movie. There's little gore and nothing scary about ALVH. However, it is worth a viewing just for the concept alone. Set during the civil war, it gives a whole new theory to the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation. Sadly, that uniqueness and the action is about all this movie provides. Most of the characters--though given a great cast that portrays them well--read pretty flat and one-dimensional. In short, if you have the money to spare and are looking to kill a couple hours with some fun action go see this movie, but don't expect it to be anything else.
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great movie

By roxy326
Written June 25, 2012
I thought the movie was great. Although it was not quite like the book there were some parts that were off or didnt happen in book but for the most part it was on. If you didnt read the book first, you might be a little lost in the beginning . Highly recommend if you enjoy vampire movies and just like some history stuff too. It is rated R but we took our daughter and it really didnt have many parts that seemed not viewable for them.
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Not a heavyweight but my wife and I enjoyed

By O'fallon Bill
Written June 23, 2012
Yes, it is not historically inaccurate and it does get a little hokey at parts. That being said it was good for a Friday afternoon and we had fun watching it.
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Thin Premise, RICH Story!

By Captain Outrageous
Written June 23, 2012
When I heard of "Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" I thought that was the most ridiculous idea ever. But when I saw the prairie rail-splitter with the axe in his hands... I BELIEVED. I bought the whole thing, hook, line and sinker. It was just so... right. I've handled many axes over the years and I have no doubt that in experienced hands they make one HELL of a weapon. There is a neat little tweak there too... I'll not let the spoiler leak but I think you will be pleasantly surprised. If you enjoy intense action films with a supernatural twist in a historic setting... you will not want to miss this one. I was thoroughly entertained for the duration of the film.
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