Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter 3D
A new and visceral voice to the dark and bloodthirsty lore of the vampire, imagining the secret life of our nation's favorite president...as history's greatest hunter of the undead. View more >
violence throughout and brief sexuality
Starring Benjamin Walker, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Dominic Cooper... View more >
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I'm trying very hard to think of a worse movie I've seen, but so far I can't think of one. Bad acting, bad plot, terrible CGI. It was not even stupid enough to be funny. Just boring, and annoying.
I expected very little going in, but expected they'd make the silly premise of the movie fun and interesting. Instead it just came off as disrespectful.
Seeing the 16th President of the United States as a vampire hunter doesn't work for me. "Abraham Lincoln:Vampire Hunter" asked what if the president moonlights as a vampire hunter. Seeing this movie, I reject the idea of the President as a vampirte hunter. I also reject the idea of Confredate troops as vampires attacking Union troops. What a stupid premise. Benjamin Walker ( who looks like a young Liam Neeson) did the best that he could, but the movie him into a fool. Besides we got too many vampire movie as is. We don't need any more. This movie shows no respect to the President of the United States, any president. What a silly movie.
Disrespectful to Lincoln's legacy, badly acted and bad CGI. The actors in this debacle must have been desperate for money to agree to be seen in this mess. They should be ashamed of themselves.
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