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Honestly, I knew this movie was based on a comic book character, but I expected better. Momoa is great looking, but other than that, it didn't even hold my interest. Once we were about halfway through the movie, the sexually-charged banter between Momoa and Heard was just too silly, and we stopped watching, not even finishing the movie. Thank God we waited until it was on HBO. I'm glad we didn't spend money to see it either in a theater or on PPV.
It appears not too many of the "audience" cared for this movie, but I enjoyed it. What can I say .... I still love Liam Neeson (I'll never forget his great performance in "Shindler's List") and, even though I'm a female, I like many action/adventure movies.
A waste of two hours on a HOT MESS! It was frustrating to watch this chaotic frenzy of madness and violence. I probably wouldn't have finished watching (or maybe would have just fast-forwarded to the end) if it hadn't been for the fact that I had other people I was watching it with. Most of them thought that, at some point, everything would be explained -- which, of course, it wasn't.
Who wrote the dialog for this movie? You would think that, based on the time in which it is supposed to have occurred, they wouldn't have dialog such as: "Are you UP for this?" The movie was okay, but there were so many instances of them using dialog ONLY used in recent times, I had to laugh, although it wasn't meant to be funny. It was very distracting.
I could have done without all the native American crappola, and the witch was ridiculous, but the two who played the main characters were decent actors, and the story line that involved them, bigfoot and the "Deliverance"-type locals was watchable. I actually fast-forwarded through much of the native American silliness..