Snow White and the Huntsman
As if we have not had enough movies about Snow White we are subjected to a completely new interpretation of the classic fairy tale in the action, drama Snow White and the Huntsman. When the princess in the Kingdom named Snow White played by Kristen Stewart comes of age the magic Mirror owned by the evil queen played by Charlize Theron tells her she is no longer the most beautiful woman in the land. (Well in this film she is still the fairest) The queen hires a Huntsman played by Chris Hemsworth to find Snow White who is hiding in the Dark Forest and cut out her heart. The first question everyone is going to ask is Kristen Stewart’s acting any better? I answer that with a question of my own and that is can my eyesight improve? Yes on both answers because my eyesight can’t get any worse and that answers the second question. To my surprise Steward Performance actually was stronger near the end of the movie and when I thought about it this type of film was made just for her. No big romantic scenes and instead of a light uplifting film this Snow White was dark. Maybe Stewart’s acting would look even better if it didn’t have to stand beside the performance of Charlize Theron who was absolutely fantastic. Last the movie did drag after a exciting beginning and the only thing that kept me interested in the middle was One of the 8, now 7 dwarf was blind. (No his name wasn’t Blindy or Jay) I’m going to give this newest re-imagining a C+ rating.
This movie has been given a PG13 rating by the MPAA
Although I am blind, I can appreciate a good movie as well as sighted individuals.
I rely more on a good story line than special effects.