I remember when I first saw this movie. Me and that time fiance (now married) we went for dinner and a movie – this movie. I wouldn’t budge on watching this one.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is a different twist on the story about Mr. Lincoln. It’s not made for being accurate – mainly to entertain. If you been thinking on watching this or have heard about it – yes I could say it’s good.
Lincoln is a shop keeper who have a rather interesting spare time interest – that he mainly entertains during night-time. Vampire hunting. They can be out in sunlight and they are everywhere. They could pass for your neighbor, pharmacist, in keep etc. After a while he drops out of the hunting when he killed the vampire who murdered his mother. He marries the woman he likes until one day someone kidnaps his child hood friend and he goes after them – he manage to get him. But he retires completely from vampire hunting until one day when he have to come back for a final battle.
You see actors like Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Rufus Sewell, Jimmi Simpson and many more.
By recommendation from my mother I saw this movie. She knows what I like and she was right. I’ve seen mostly bad reviews on this movie but I liked it. My type of movie.
Prince Vlad Tepes was taken by the turks as a young boy to be trained to kill without mercy and fight for them. He returns home to have a family of his own and protect his homeland from the turks. But when he thinks everything is fine the sultan brings news he wants 1000 boys from him + his own son. Vlad got a though choice to make. He knows he can’t defeat the turks. What does he do? He seeks out the monster living in a cave in the mountains to become strong and safe his home and family.. But there’s a cost to everything. And the prince knows what’s at stake but will his people accept him and not kill him!? And the turks, how will he defeat them!?
You see actors like Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Dominic Cooper, Art Parkinson, Charles Dance, Noah Huntley, Ronan Vibert and many more.
Would I recommend it? Yes I would. It’s that kind of movie you have to see for yourself to get an opinion of your own. It’s well made, sure there where missing pieces and they could made the film a little longer but overall – it’s a good one. A good story about the legend of Dracula.