it's an outstanding cast that captures Craig Zobel's balance between chaos and commentary, but this is Betty Gilpin's film. If you're wondering, this is proof final that the Glow star is a mesmerizing force
it is the elites vs the deplorables in a violent, funny, entertaining, and hopefully enlightening Blumhouse movie built satirically on the political divide that threatens to make the country implode; Betty Gilpin carries the film and is sensational
Gilpin is sensational as a woman who's alien to America.. but by the time all the cards are on the table, the most unrealistic thing about "The Hunt" is the idea that anyone watching it might learn to appreciate the humanity of those on the other side
Betty Gilpin steals the whole murderous game in this tongue-in-cheek comedy; "The Hunt" is a total thrill ride, the exact kind of politically charged rollercoaster that Blumhouse has been trying to nail down to success for the past few months
an exceedingly violent, conspiratorially charged and guiltily engaging action melodrama; The filmmakers go out of their way to surprise, to not allow their story to become predictable or conventional, to maintain a spirit of audacity. This doesn't work..
a broad and bloody comedy with far-from-subtle humor; "The Hunt" may not strike all viewers as hilarious, but it certainly isn't a one-sided hate-fest. It's just bloody entertainment with a thick slab of socio-political humor
"The Hunt,” a movie straining so hard to be edgily of-the-moment that it can't help but be utterly irrelevant, strives to impress viewers with sadistic killings, oozing viscera and extravagant gushers of blood