Thursday, May 31, 2012

Snow white and the huntsman

  • And that feels right. There is something exciting about how seriously "Snow White and the Huntsman" takes its themes.
  • (New York Times)
  • Most directors first film is something, shall we say, smaller in scale than Rupert Sanders debut, Snow White and the Huntsman.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Director Rupert Sanders is known for making television commercials that look like fairy tales, with angels falling from the sky for a guy who uses Axe body spray and a boy battling samurai warriors with Excalibur to sell X-Box game consoles.
  • (Belief.Net)
  • After a sluggish Memorial Day weekend, Hollywood is offering audiences only one new major release this weekend. Luckily, it's the fairest in the land.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • The Grimm fairy tale returns to its grey and gory origins in Snow White and the Huntsman, the second Snow White remake of 2012.
  • (The News & Observer)
  • Curiosity might be enough of a motivating factor for Snow White and the Huntsman to edge out Men in Black 3 at the North American box office on the weekend.
  • (Calgary Herald)
  • LOS ANGELES — There probably will be a happily-ever-after ending for Snow White and the Huntsman at the box office this weekend.
  • (The State)
  • Oh, my pretties (Cackle.) How good you would look in these lovely clothes from HSN! Yes, the shopping network has gotten into a merchandising coma with "Snow White and the Huntsman," which premieres in theaters tomorrow.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • RUNNING TIME: 127 minutes. RATING: PG-13 (action violence).
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  • Remember your first Snow White? The movie with the singing dwarves, and "Heigh-Ho!" and all the brightly colored animation? So two generations ago.
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