Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Snow White and the Huntsman

Snow White and the Huntsman

So over the weekend I caved in and went to see Snow White and the Huntsman.

I thought it was great, my sister did not. I loved Kirsten Steward in this movie; it was as if the role was written for her. Charlize Theron was great as the evil queen. And of course her being an ex-South African also helps J

Kirsten's signature look

The evil Queen

The actors really pulled you into the movie; they submerged you into the story and made you want to help fight the evil queen, cry when one of the dwarves died.

The evil queen has a curse on her where she can stay young forever; all she needs to do is take the youth of young beautiful woman. She marries the Snow Whites father and kills him on their wedding night. She then makes it look like an attack on the castle, and hides Snow White in the dungeon. After the queen ‘takes’ another beautiful girls youth, she turns to her mirror and asks the age old question “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” the mirror then replies that on this day there is one other who is fairest of them all, and that she will either be the queens downfall or the key to eternal youth.

Snow White then escapes after the queen’s brother goes to fetch her, she goes into the dark forest and the queen sends an expert of the Dark forest to get her.

The adventures in this movie is really capturing and definitely worth it.

And of course it helps that the Huntsman is super cute ;)

You can see the trailer here:

The last song that plays while the credits are rolling is from Florence and the Machine, Breath of life. It is one of the best songs, the tune plays in my head the whole time enjoy:

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