The Last Witch Hunter

The Last Witch Hunter

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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

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

The Last Witch Hunter Credit & Casting

Vin Diesel

The Last Witch Hunter Audience Review

This witch-hunter is lost!

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We like Vin Diesel in Fast and Furious because he is cool, he fits nicely in the kickass action involving cars and has some cool lines. But as an 800 year old witch-hunter, perpetually melancholic because of his curse of immortality and missing his family, Kaulder (Vin Diesel) is not the Vin we know and is definitely not the Vin Diesel we need. He has the task of fighting the Brotherhood's war against the wicked witches and eventually deal with the Queen Witch Hunter who he had once killed to attain the curse of immortality from her and who is now strangely resurrected. (Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, etc.) In an unoriginal story which will also offend anyone other than male chauvinists, the movie has a weird context and a lot of special effects that will just not endear you. By the end of the long struggle where one man wins the day against bad witches, you are just tired and bored and wished someone hunted this witch of a movie for you. Michael Caine is wasted yet again and Elijah Wood only brings that LOTR look back, talk of plain meh!

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