Snow White and the Huntsman Reviews
Rupert Sanders's take on the Brother's Grimm tale does have it's outstanding moments, mostly in the visuals and the cinematography taking inspiration from Studio Ghibli in the fairy kingdom and battle scenes.
However aside from Charlize Theron's chilling preformance as Ravenna and Chris Hemsworth trying his best to make this confusing screenplay interesting, the acting is mostly pretty poor as expected from Kristen Stewart and Sam Clafin. Although some of the actors portraying the dwarfs such as Ian McShane, Ray Winstone, Toby Jones and the late Bob Hoskins are entertaining as well, the idea of casting fully grown men as dwarfs, while ignoring actual dwarf actors such as Warwick Davis and Peter Dinklage is very questionable and a bit offensive.
Overall, it's clear that a lot of effort went into this film, but a better actress for Snow White herself, and a a few rewrites could have made it a truly great reimagining of this fairy tale.
One star definitely belongs to my girl Charlize that ones again brings an amazing performance to an okay movie. Kristen and Chris are also good in this. It does the job.
Hay Keep in Mind they made a prequel to this movie
Called The Huntsman Winter war, that was the story before Snow White and the Huntsman.
Theron was a force, Hemsworth was Hemsworth, while Stewart displayed all the acting talent of a board in lipstick.