The Last Witch Hunter (2015) Movie Review

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2015 | PG-13 | Action, Fantasy, Adventure
106 minutes /

User Score: 41/100

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The Last Witch Hunter Review


The last witch hunter is all that stands between humanity and the combined forces of the most horrifying witches in history.

The Last Witch Hunter (2015) is an American supernatural action adventure movie that is 106 minutes and was filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA and Southern California, California, USA. The movie had an estimated budget of $90 million and grossed over $3.8 million in box office on its opening day. Director Breck Eisner (The Crazies (2010), Sahara (2005), Thoughtcrimes (2003)) failed upon executing this movie into being different from others like it. Writers Cory Goodman (Priest (2011), Underworld: Next Generation (2016)) and Matt Sazama (Dracula Untold (2014), Egypt Gods of Egypt (2016)) did a horrible job writing a story that has been done too many times and was uninteresting. Both writers do not have experience writing movies with The Last Witch Hunter being the second movie that both writers wrote. Their inexperience shows, and I am hoping that their third film does not reek as much as this film. The movie contains urban fantasy, magic, monsters, mythology, not as many witches as I expected, violence, blood, the movie appears to be too rushed and fast paced.

Kaulder ( Vin Diesel - Fast & Furious 6 (2013), Furious 7 (2015), Fast Five (2011), Saving Private Ryan (1998)) is an 800-year old man that was cursed with eternal life. Kaulder is an enigmatic immortal witch hunter that has a mission to stop a plague from destroying New York City. Kaulder has been hunting the Witch Queens (Julie Engelbrecht - Before the Fall (2004), Rumpelstilzchen (2009), The Red Baron (2008)) followers. It was the Witch Queen that cursed Kaulder with immortality after he impaled her with a fiery sword in the medieval days. The Queen has awakened, and Kaulder has to stop her and her evil plans. Kaulder seeks the help of Dreamwalker ( Rose Leslie - Honeymoon (2014), Game of Thrones (2011), Now Is Good (2012)) who is a witch that can enter someone’s mind and find whatever information is needed. Dreamwalker join forces with Kaulder to destroy the Witch Queen, and the ending becomes very predictable from this point on.

I found one flaw of the movie to be spending too much time introducing Kaulder, his world, and his friends. It is always nice to have enough information to adapt or have emotions for a character, but too much precious time was wasted doing so in this case. With all said about more than enough information given about the characters, I did not adapt to them, root for them or care if the characters died or not. I gave this movie a four because of the awful dialogue and effortless script that has been done so many times. I could not help myself from watching the time on my phone, hoping that the movie is about to end so I can simply walk out of the theater. Like I said, the screenplay is a cliche with a predictable ending, and the movie has nothing new to offer, except Vin Diesel to make it stand out from the rest. Vin Diesel did not do his role justice as his acting was not up to standards and was not all believable. Overall I would NOT recommend fans watch this movie because it was not original, not entertaining, not enjoyable, money wasted and is a huge disappointment.

About The Last Witch Hunter 2015

Title: The Last Witch Hunter
Year: 2015
Runtime: 106 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Adventure
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2/5 stars from 22 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 22
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Starring: Diezel Ramos, Elijah Wood, Mark Falvo, Mark Steger, Bonnie Morgan, Vin Diesel, Inder Kumar, Valiant Michael, Michael Caine, Rod Fielder, Rena Owen, Layla Cushman, Debbie Scaletta, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, Scott Lockhart, Dwayne Pintoff, Mike Mukatis, Rick Dremann, Rose Leslie, James Howard, Brent Reichert, John Bernecker, Jon Valera, Tiffany Sander McKenzie, Phil Nardozzi, Troy Bogdan, Jennifer Lavi, Jeremy Michael Burns, Kurt Angle, Allegra Carpenter
Writers: Cory Goodman, Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless
Director: Breck Eisner