Monster Hunter Reviews

  • Monster Hunter
    • Genre : Adventure,Fantasy,Action
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : -
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Screen Gems
    • Official Site :
    • Reviews Rate
      Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.

    • Readers Rate
      2 of 5

Movie Reviews

  • entertainingly dumb 'Monster Hunter' hits its marks; It's not self-aware enough to qualify as camp, or self-satisfied enough to be smug. It simply aims low and delivers, and right now, that's enough
    Review rate : B by Adam Graham [Detroit News ]
  • an empty, mindless game adaptation devoid of wit or wonder; Lacking narrative direction and even pacing, "Monster Hunter" is yet another soulless video game adaptation that drowns in its own inadequacy
    1 of 5 by Debopriya Dutta [ScreenRant ]
  • a visually interesting but narratively anemic motion picture; Very little of "Monster Hunter" makes sense, but it's visually interesting at least and not un-fun to stream at home with a friend, asking questions and cracking jokes along the way
    by Peter Debruge [Variety ]
  • a virtually unwatchable video game movie; "Resident Evil" duo Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich bring another video game series to the big screen in one of 2020's worst films
    Review rate : D- by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]
  • a ton of fun from start to finish, it hits the right balance of hard-core action and tongue-in-cheek humor; Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa prove to be a dynamic duo, creating a believable, charming collaboration between their characters
    3 of 4 by Mike McGranaghan [Aisle Seat ]
  • a film that doesn't even bother to wrap up its own story, instead gesturing vaguely at a hypothetical sequel, is telling you exactly how much you should care about it. At least some of those monsters are fun and gross
    Review rate : C by Christian Holub [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • "Monster Hunter" is the best kind of super-dumb fun; Paul WS Anderson and his wife Milla Jovovich... is a couple who know how to take the flimsiest of video games and turn them into self-knowing slices of cinematic ridiculousness
    3 of 4 by Barry Hertz [Globe and Mail ]

Reader's Reviews

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