It was interesting, but like some other Disney nature films, I thought it was under-narrated. Also it's super sad! I know these things happen in nature, but it's like torture watching a little baby chick struggling to survive for 10 minutes straight.
It's unbelievable to me that this movie was made 3 years ago. It appears as if it was made 20 years ago on a very low-budget, especially when it comes to casting. It was as if this was a practice run instead of a finished product.
I think Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart were odd choices to star in this film. They both need work on their accent and Kristen Stewart doesn't bring any of the magic, wonder, or innocence to the Snow White role. The whole thing was just boring.
Really interesting. It can get boring at times - I think a little more narration could have been a good thing in some places. However the images that they were able to capture was incredible, and a must-see for everyone at least once.
With all of the hype surrounding the books, and now this film, I expected it to be edgy, different, and out-there, but it was none of those things. It was average with nothing to really get you involved with the characters. I like the premise and the story, but for me it was just okay.
I was disappointed with this one. It was more of a romantic "comedy" than a true comedy. Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph didn't get as much screen time as I would have liked to see - it was just very bland and predictable.