Monster Hunter movie review : the joys of a computer game

As elite soldier Natalie Artemis, Milla Jovovich redefines what it means to be a ‘long-suffering wife’ as she suits up, once more , only to be lobbed around during a film directed by her husband.

Monster Hunter movie review : the joys of a computer game
Monster Hunter movie review

Directors : Paul Anderson
Starring : Milla Jovovich, Ron Perlman, Tony Jaa
Based on : Action, Adventure, Science Fiction, Fantasy

Monster Hunter opens with a desert chase that appears to possess been cobbled together. Fury Road storyboards, and dares to incorporate an Apocalypse Now homage. Francis Ford Coppola nearly died making that movie; you would possibly go belly up watching this one.

As elite soldier Natalie Artemis, Milla Jovovich redefines what it means to be a ‘long-suffering wife’ as she suits up, once more , only to be lobbed around during a film directed by her husband. Anderson shoots Jovovich, a groundbreaking action star in her title , as if she may be a machine of war. I’ve seen Michael Bay film (doomed) phone booths with more passion than how Anderson designs action sequences around his lawfully wedded wife.

 She is even within the middle of the action herself such is that the ineptitude with which Monster Hunter is cut. That the editing during this film is that the handiwork of a person named Doobie White is that the icing on the cake. He has got to his credit a number of the foremost godawful action movies in recent memory the Neveldine/Taylor atrocity Gamer, during which Michael C Hall affected a slaveholder accent; and Polar, during which Johnny Knoxville gets assassinated during third base.