Summary: Mirror mirror on the wall is this going to be better then mirror mirror. snow whit and the huntsman. this movie is a lot better then mirror mirror but was this film amazing well I can say yes.this movie was okay but this movie was like lord of the rings and Narnia.
Summary: That didn't mean I didn't love the movie any less. When I first heard about this I was super excited. I prefer this over Mirror Mirror, tone wise. This has a darker tone to the fairy tale which I found more interesting and dark and just worth watching. While I loved the setting, the soundtrack, the atmosphere and costumes, I don't know why but, maybe it was because my expectations were high.
Excerpt: Fairy tales from television mini drama comes as a gear for Sanders huntsman. Yes the title might really make the enticing fans of snow white to hook up and see the spark of her charm. The theme sets the tone by realizing that a evil queen wants to be immortal forever. Well, so to speak, immortality concept, I have seen before. Recently, I had seen On Stranger Tides, where the so called fountain of youth plays a high role.
Summary: Kristen Stewart as Snow White, Charlize Theron as the evil Queen Ravena and Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman. Lacks character development (especially from the dwarves), overlong and dull at times. Effects were great and score was great, if only the story was more organized. Theron was electrifying and Stewart sincere. We see Hemsworth weaving another weapon and trying to impress. The original fairy tale had more clarity when it comes to storytelling.
Summary: Start with a well-known children's fairy tale, then reimagine it as a fully-fleshed-out fantasy story. Get writers, a director, and some good CG people. Fill it with a cast of talented actors. Then replace the lead actress, the heart of the piece, with a flat cardboard cut out..... I know it's all the trend these days to bash on Kristen Stewart, but honestly, her complete-lack-of-performance kills what might have been a pretty good film.
Summary: Let’s take a moment to re-imagine the classic fairy tale, Snow White, as something other than the whimsical version we all know. The story remains much the same-- A noble King and Queen give birth to a lovely daughter/ Shortly thereafter the Queen dies, and in all his grief, our King takes on a beautiful new bride. Little does the King know this will be his undoing, for his new wife, Ravenna, is an evil, man-hating sorceress.
Summary: The producers from Alice in Wonderland--Paleks Patel and Joes Roth--made this movie waayyy better than the former. Ravenna exaggerated too much and Snow White and the Huntsman didn't get too many lines, but the cinematography is gorgeous.