Snow White and the Huntsman is definitely a missed opportunity. Sanders was on to something in taking the Snow White tale to its most menacing extreme. show more
An evil spell nearly does Snow White in, but it's lifted in the nick of time. The strangest spell afflicts Kristen Stewart; she can't seem to imbue Snow White with anything more than a semblance of feeling. That spell never lifts, but it doesn't make much difference in the end because the forces of good manage to work around it. show more
A surprisingly fine, fantastic movie it is. show more
Kristen Stwearts horrid acting ruined what could have been a half-way decent movie.
Predictable? It\'s the storuy of snow white. Wicked queen, poison apple, spell reversed by a kiss, 7 dwarves??? Did you just fall out of the sky!!!
Dead boring. The plot was predictable, which would be OK if the story had been interesting. I think the Twilight chick was picked in hopes that she would attract that audience. The Twilight audience is probably the group giving this load of rubbish 4 and 5 stars. She is a mediocre actress at best and unappealing to look at. With the exception of her white skin, which fit with the story line, she certainly cannot claim to be the fairest. Much like another unappealing actress, Reese Witherspoon, both have peculiar noses and mouths and that pasty white skin. Somehow Hollywood has jumped on the Twilight chickâ€™s band wagon and I think we can expect to see many more mediocre moves with her as the main character. Maybe Hollywood can make an equally stupid movie, Legally Brunette, the Twilight chick would play the lead role of a ditsy brunette who leads the audience on some silly antics and then proves she is not that stupid after all