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The Hunters (2013)

The Hunters

Overview


Genre

Adventure

Release Date

October 25, 2013 (TV Premiere)

Duration

85 min.

Studio

Hallmark Channel

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Nisha Ganatra

Producer

Jim Bechtold, Heather Puttock, Brian Wells

Screenwriter

Matthew Huffman, Jeff Schechter

Starring

Story


Carter and Jordyn Flynn (Dan Payne, Michelle Forbes) aren't the average mom and dad. For them, a typical workday can take place anywhere in the world, raiding ornate museums and evading pursuing authorities as Hunters, protectors of powerful fairytale artifacts that are anything but make-believe. While the Flynns' take their jobs seriously, they're just as concerned about the welfare of their two sons, 21-year-old Paxton (Robbie Amell) and 16-year-old Tripp (Keenan Tracey), who are unaware of their parents' true line of work.

When Carter and Jordyn disappear after being intercepted by the mysterious Mai (Kira Clavell) during one of their missions, the boys learn the truth about their parents and their lineage from the Flynns' young assistant Dylan (Alexa Vega). They turn to old family friend Mason (Victor Garber) for help but they soon discover that the deceitful Mason is after what the Flynns were trying to protect - an enchanted mirror that has the ability to grant any wish. It's got quite a history too: It's the same mirror that played a pivotal role in the destiny of Snow White. It becomes evident that it's up to the valiant brothers and Dylan to save the day before very real fairy tale magic falls into Mason's less-than-worthy hands.

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Robbie Amell, Alexa Vega, Victor Garber and Keenan Tracey in Hallmark Channel's The Hunters (2013)
Alexa Vega, Robbie Amell and Keenan Tracey in Hallmark Channel's The Hunters (2013)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..it comes across as pretty corny to older viewers..”
by Emily Ashby [Common Sense Media]