Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Film Review: Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)

Film Title: Snow White and the Huntsman Setting: Castle of Tabor | Dark Forest
Intended Audience 13 and up (PG-13)
Language: English
Director: Rupert Sanders
Producer: Sam Mercer, Palak Patel, Joe Roth
Writers: , , ,
Studio: Roth Films Distributed by: Universal Pictures
Content Rating: PG-13
Duration: 132 minute


  • Kristen Stewart as Snow White
  • Charlize Theron as Queen Ravenna
  • Chris Hemsworth as The Huntsman
  • Sam Claflin as Prince William

A typical Snow White film set with not much stunning effect but is really good.

My Film Score for this: 3 stars

It's been centuries and decades back since Brothers Grimm wrote the fairy tale story of Snow White. The fairy tale story which was revived and popularly presented on Walt Disney's 1937 film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is now again presented with a new 2012 movie version - The Snow White and the Huntsman.

Primarily acted by Kristen Stewart of the recent popular Twilight Saga film and Chris Hemsworth (popularly known as Thor character in The Avengers 2012 film) - he acted as the Huntsman; both actors were perfectly suited for the role. With Kristen's role as a Snow White, she perfectly suited the character with her anemic look. And for Chris Hemsworth's bravado portrayal even from The Avengers film matches the character of the Huntsman.

Though i would say they're not a good chemistry and their love relationship is just a twist to this movie version, they acted their role very good. 

Graphics and Effect:

fairy in Snow White and the Huntsman
Good Graphics - Fairy in the Snow White and the Huntsman Movie.

Some Spoiler:

the seven dwarfs
The traditional Seven Dwarfs
SPOILER ALERT: They're initially 8 in the film, not to break the traditional 7 dwarf count, they killed the other one (see below).
dying dwarf
Dying Dwarf

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My review ends here.

Thank you much for reading!

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