Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Reviews
I'm so sick of people using real presidents becoming vampire hunters and vampires turning invisible.
The Plot: Horrible!
The Acting: Not bad!
The Script: Painful!
The Writing: Average!
The Directing: Not too Entirely Awful but still could do better.
Everything all together: Mostly Bad!
Words To Describe: Pitiful, Bad, Slight, Horrendous, Boring, Unbareable and Meh!
The intro is just ridiculous and doesn't explain anything, but there are some nice plot twists that come along the way. The end of the film is well, weird and ridiculous and honestly turned me off from the film. You end up seeing three time frames in Lincoln's life and I think most would admit, the young but grown Lincoln is the best.
Lead Ensemble: B
Supporting Ensemble: B
Practical Effects: A
Digital Effects: A
People have criticized the movie's lack of character definition and total disregard for coherent storytelling, but, I mean, seriously? The movie is called "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." Allow me to say that one more time: the movie - the movie is called "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." This is a movie that actually manages to take itself more seriously than I'd expected.
It's just serious enough to keep me involved, and more than absurd enough to make me want more. Timur Bekmambetov did a great job, and gave the material a better film than maybe it even deserved (not to insult the source material). I don't care what the critics say, this is a downright fun movie that doesn't pretend to be anything that it isn't, and I respect that.