Just one more day before the highly anticipated Snow White and the Huntsman—starring Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth—hits theaters!
But before you run out and drop your hard-earned money at the box office, check out what some of the top critics are saying about the flick.
Oh, who are we kidding? Most of you are probably already in line.
Well, in case you're wondering, read on...
- "Feels like it was made from the pieces of every fantasy-action movie ever made," states Ty Burr of the Boston Globe, but quickly pointing out "that doesn't have to be a bad thing. Parts of the film...are very nearly wonderful. Others are of a surpassing silliness."
- "Astonishingly beautiful and breathtaking in its brutal imagery, Snow White and the Huntsman is thrilling and frightening in equal measure, yet as bereft of satisfying substance as a poisoned apple," offers Christy Lemire of the Associated Press.
- "There's plenty of ambition and imagination on display from the first seconds of Snow White and the Huntsman, along with enthusiasm for the material that can't be faked and which makes up for at least some of the film's missteps," writes Salon.com's Andrew O'Hehir. "I resisted this derivative mishmash of classic fairytale and modern epic fantasy for as long as I could, but ultimately it swept me up into its geeky but manly embrace and carried me away on a white charger."
So are you now having second thoughts about seeing it, or more excited than ever? Sound off in the comments!