Ralph Breaks the Internet
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All Critics (21)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (7)
| Rotten (14)
Too dimwitted to be disappointing.
Like a Luc Besson film put through a deflavorizing machine to remove any element that could be distinctive, energetic, or fun.
A routine but reasonably diverting B-movie about a conscience-stricken hit man and the girl he opts not to kill.
Worthington, ostensibly an old hand by now at cut-rate thrillers, pulls off the ignominious trick of seeming as if he were a bouncer randomly cast in his first movie.
The biggest sin The Hunter's Prayer commits is being too dumb to enjoy.
The modest scope of B-movie action thriller The Hunter's Prayer can be gauged by the fact that its big-time criminal tycoon (played by Downton Abbey's Allen Leech) has his international headquarters in Leeds.
The Hunter's Prayer provides for a subversive take on the thriller genre...
There's nothing remotely interesting or stimulating in the latest rogue-assassin-turned-good wannabe thriller, The Hunter's Prayer.
Action-thrillers are usually right up my alley, but colour me unimpressed by this average offering.
Marks must be given for how this is a character-driven project. But despite the attempt to make each person fully rounded, none of it feels fresh or engaging.
Gritty, fast-paced action thriller, best suited for video viewing...
Worth checking-out for old-school action fans.
The chase/revenge core works well enough as the sort of thing you'd have on in the background. But every time it tries to go for something deeper than that, it fails.
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