Movie Review: The Huntsman, Winter’s War

The Huntsman: Winter’s War movie review

The Huntsman: Winter’s War takes back time when Eric, played by Chris Hemsworth, is captured by Freya (Emily Blunt), the Ice Queen and sister of the evil Ravenna (Charlize Theron). Eric and Sara (Jessica Chastain), a fellow captive, were raised as a children warrior and forbidden to fall in love.


The Huntsman: Winter’s War is a dark fantasy adventure film which is a both prequel and a sequel to the film Snow White and the Huntsman.

This film’s narration is a bit long since it is a two-hour film. But, every minute of the film is very important to the story.

Liam Neeson’s voice for the film as narrator gives emphasis to every plot but if a film goes as long as two hours, maybe there’s a little need of narrator’s role.

The story seems to revolve with evil Ravenna at the start with Eric as part of the story. It still revolves on the selfish ambition of being the fairest among all.

Honestly, this film is literally for the kids and the ones who will enjoy this are the kids and kids at heart. Action film lovers may find this boring as it is very predictable especially if you know the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, and if you have watched the first film.

There dwarves and their participation may seem to replicate their participation from the last film. A recycled plot with different scenario.

Overall, this film is still above average and enjoyable to watch. Kids and family-oriented will surely enjoy this 2 hour long film.

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