The Hunt


Action / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 6.4 10 N/A


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March 22, 2020



Emma Roberts as Sloane
Ethan Suplee as Vince
Hilary Swank as Detective Valerie Quinlan
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826.84 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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1.66 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by meagainstthemovies 7 / 10 / 10

Only Came for Liberty Belle, Stayed b/c Better than Expected

I honestly was not expecting much from this film. It kind of felt like a Hunger Games/Purge rip-off... but, it was very different, and I can appreciate it much more now. Warning: It is a bit violent and over the top with situations, but the film almost plays on it in a satire kind-of-way where it tones down the violent and politically-insane moments... Great casting and excellent acting. Betty Gilpin is very underrated, and I cannot wait for her to shine in more rolls.

Reviewed by Fella_shibby 7 / 10 / 10

Fast paced thriller. Ignore the political comparisons.

What a lovely coincidence. Recently i saw Amazon Prime's Hunters, then McQueen's The Hunter n now this n later Mads Mikkelsen's The Hunt. Inspite of so many movies based on the similar plot where humans r hunted as a sport, this movie is still a very good, fast paced, action/horror/thriller with enuff humor to entertain. It even boasts of two lovely ladies in great shape n a scene of eyeball horror for Fulci's fans. The last fight is similar to the one from Kill Bill. The initial kills were totally unpredictable.

Reviewed by Her-Excellency 7 / 10 / 10

True to the adage: 100% of Americans think 50% of Americans have lost their minds.

Much more enjoyable than expected. The beginning of it is funny enough, but it is the ensuing few scenes which are riotously HILARIOUS and make it worth watching- I literally laughed until I cried. Toward the middle of the film, there is a wide gap where the laugh-out-loud moments are slowed and further and further apart, but still bring a smile or giggle here and there. The ending while okay, is overshadowed by a preceding fight scene that is one for the books. It was really, really well done. The best part of the entire movie though, and what makes it stand out, is that if a person watching has more than two brain cells, the dialogue is spot-on close-to-perfect in mocking BOTH SIDES of the political divide. And here, is what I think people are missing: NEITHER side is depicted as being 'better' than the other. Or worse. It has fun at the expense of everyone and it doesn't do it in any overtly mean way, but in a way where we can nod and nod and nod and laugh ... at ourselves ... no matter who we are or where we stand. Lastly, a horror film - it is not. Somewhat gory, yes. A "horror" film? no. 7.2/10

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