Written September 20, 2014
I love this type of movie, but this one was horrible! Haven't been so disappointed in a movie in a long time. Can't believe they actually made this movie. It could have been great, but sadly it was a flop! Wait until its released on TV for free.
Written January 26, 2013
If you ever wondered as a child why their parents abandoned them in the woods. This explains it. Also explains what happens when as a child you eat too much candy. The effects were fantastic. We saw it in 3D and with the first shot of the arrow I felt like we were in the movie. This is a definate must see and great movie for teens to adults. Young kids will be scared by the witches and some of the sceens are very bloody. Go and enjoy the fairy tales come true!!!!
Written September 22, 2014
I went to see this this past weekend,because somebody I knew wanted to see it,and I went with them.I thought this was gonna be on of those movies,with cheap one liners,and just over all bad action.I was wrong.I am so glad I saw it.A lot of action,the 3D was awesome,and there was more blood than I originally thought!!I would definitely watch it again!!!
Written January 29, 2013
This movie was as silly as I thought it would be, so I wasn't disappointed when I got what I was expecting. The reason I went to see it was because I wanted to see something in 3D that my girlfriends and I could agree on, and no one was interested in The Hobbit or a kids movie. It was the first 3D movie I'd seen in 25 years and ZOMG, has the tech come a long way! Even the 3D previews were amazing. I enjoyed the effect so much, I sat through the credits. The tickets cost a little more but were well worth the price for the experience. I can't wait to see another 3D film!
Written January 29, 2013
The film “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” centers around the close knit duo of Hansel (played effortlessly by Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (played in an incredible way by Gemma Arterton). Both Hansel and Gretel are pretty much forced into a life of being witch hunters after they dare to eat from a secluded candy house in the forest. I enjoyed the fact that Hansel and Gretel were created as characters of a brother and sister who stand by each other through good and challenging times. Hansel and Gretel’s character evolutions are indirectly shaped by a discreet white witch named Mina (played in a heartfelt way by Pihla Viitala) and a troll named Edward. In all fairness, Famke Janssen also played her witch character in a convincing fashion and in a way that also helped strengthen the tight bond that Hansel and Gretel have. “Hansel and Gretel” is fine for those who are ok with watching films that mash fantasy and dark comedy in the plots.