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|Release Date The Hunter Apr 6, 2012 Limited Genres The Hunter : Art House & International,Drama|
|Total Vote User The Hunter : Visitor|
|User Ranting The Hunter : 3.5|
|User Percentage For The Hunter : 64 %|
|User Count Like for The Hunter : 14,083|
|All Critics Ranting For The Hunter : 6.4|
|All Critics Count For The Hunter : 84|
|All Critics Percentage For The Hunter : 70 %|
Actors For The Hunter
|Willem Dafoe,Frances O'Connor,Sam Neill,Morgana Davies,Finn Woodlock,Jacek Koman,Callan Mulvey,John Brumpton,Daniel Wyllie,Sullivan Stapleton,Jamie Timony,Dan Spielman,Maia Thomas,Marc Watson-Paul,Mark Hennessy|
The Hunter Movie Review
|Its mostly observant temper keeps us from being greatly moved, but it holds us with its acute, almost laboratory dissection of its people's beings. |
Stanley Kauffmann-The New Republic
A movie with more plot than it can comfortably handle.
Ty Burr-Boston Globe
It's all intended to be darkly metaphorical. In actuality, it's a mediocre film unfolding without plan, purpose or enthusiasm.
Colin Covert-Minneapolis Star Tribune
With a rucksack of gadgets, Dafoe makes a believably cunning tracker, and when he finally confronts his prey, the mutual respect feeds a poignant parable.
Joe Williams-St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Not much happens in "The Hunter." And what little does happen, happens very slowly. And then is repeated.
Soren Anderson-Seattle Times
The character arc is strong on paper but not well-realized on film, and therein lies The Hunter's greatest failing.
Slow-moving but graceful, this character study is engaging and insightful.
John Hanlon-Big Hollywood
The Hunter delivers a quiet and somewhat meandering story that wallows in self-importance and social agenda.
Amy Curtis-We Got This Covered
Part character piece, part family drama and part survivalist thriller, it's most successful when Dafoe is patiently stalking through the woodland, as his craggy presence and the moody cinematography are enough to hold our interest.
Stephen Carty-Flix Capacitor
Well-crafted and finely acted adventure story that held my interest throughout.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
This powerful drama is strongly anchored by Willem Dafoe's nuanced performance as a hard loner who is softened by a vulnerable family who finds a place in his heart.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope
By the time Dafoe tracks down the elusive CGI'd thylacine, my eyelids had washed over with a glaze of numbness. The big winner here, Tasmania's tourist board.
"The Hunter" is mostly well-done, but where I would normally say "it never comes together," I actually have to say it comes together too late.
"The Hunter" is the most intriguing thriller to come along in the first half of 2012. Willem Dafoe continues to showcase why he's one of the best actors today and the cinematography for the film is absolutely breathtaking.
I've always thought of Dafoe as an overexposed but talented actor. In this kind of role, he excels. The story by author/filmmaker Julia Leigh is sound. And, the scenery and locations add so much to the experience. Take the trip.
Paul Chambers-Movie Chambers
The Hunter is a very topical drama with ethics and human consciousness at its heart.
Graham Young-Birmingham Post
The Hunter isn't a straightforward film, but it is a thought-provoking one.
Kevin Carr-7M Pictures
There's little to gird the loins or ply the grey matter.
Ed Whitfield-The Ooh Tray
It is dank and clammy, with ice in its heart, but it is also beautiful and painful, its emotional climaxes hitting home like precision bullets.
Jason Solomons-Observer [UK]
A slow-burner about survival in general that may seem predictable in parts and meander in others, but the intensity with which the psychological developments suddenly manifest is its ultimate power.
A thoughtful, sinewy thriller that takes its time, but girds on a stellar, stoic performance from Willem Dafoe.
Shaun Munro-What Culture
Entirely convincing as a loner on a mission, Dafoe makes this slow but beautifully shot film compelling throughout.
Alex Zane-Sun Online
Dafoe is eminently watchable, and for the most part it's a distinctive, atmospheric movie that cherishes the persistence of mystery.
Steve Rose-Guardian [UK]
There's a gripping moral weight to the questions of survival and profiteering the story raises, and the worryingly inexact moment when our interest in endangered species tips over into thoughts of human gain.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
You want to say: "Can I have the message in a separate envelope and just spend the film looking at the landscapes?"
Nigel Andrews-Financial Times
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