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The Last Witch Hunter

The Last Witch Hunter

3.1 148 Ratings

Directed by : Breck Eisner

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The modern world holds many secrets, the most astounding being that witches still live among us. Centuries ago, Kaulder (Vin Diesel) managed to slay the all-powerful Queen Witch, decimating her followers in the process. Before her death, she cursed the valiant warrior with her own immortality, separating him from his beloved ...more


“A potentially taut thriller that goes haywire in its treatment.”

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Verdict: A drab occult thriller which should've been a lot more fun.

There are several things wrong with 'The Last Witch Hunter', but the lack of a promising premise isn't one of them. Vin Diesel plays Kaulder, who's been cursed to immortality by a witch. He's been alive and hasn't aged for over eight centuries, and the film has fun with him repeatedly addressing Sir Michael Caine's character as "kid." That, sadly, is one of the few enjoyable bits about this morose occult thriller. This is a film that would've benefitted from a sense of humour which is woefully missing here, and director Breck Eisner seems to be oblivious to the B-movie characteristics of 'The Last Witch Hunter'. It's a B-movie which doesn't recognize that it's a B-movie, unlike, say, Brett Ratner's 'Hercules', and instead wants to be taken at face value. Had it cranked up its ludicrousness, it could've perhaps been a hell of a ride but in its current state, it's none-too-offensive but nevertheless mighty uninteresting slog.

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