The Huntsman: Winter’s War
I didn’t need much in this movie, not with the presence of the Hunstman (or, as I prefer to think of him: the Huntsmmmm-mmmmm!) Like its predecessor, this movie was incredibly pretty to look at and held my attention quite well. It’s one of those B-Movies graced with A-movie actors who bring their best effort, making for a nicely enjoyable experience.
Cost: $3.00, from Redbox, which now that Videorama has closed, is my best source for new movies.
Where watched: at home.
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2016/huntsman_ver7.html
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I still haven’t seen this, even though I think it’s available for free on one of the services we pay for. I suppose I’ll get around to it eventually. Every time I scroll past it, I think of your name for it!
While not bad, I wouldn’t place it on any sort of prioritized list. 🙂
Pretty movies (not an actual sentence, but sorry not sorry). Wouldn’t it be interesting to just watch them with no sound? This is why I would never really want to be a movie reviewer in real life.
The reason I never want to be a movie reviewer in real life is due to the presence of films like Saw and their ilk.