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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012; Rated Rated R)

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Review

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

(2012; R)

In theaters:
Friday, 22 June 2012

Genre:
Action, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, War

Cast:
Benjamin Walker, Rufus Sewell, Dominic Cooper

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Mark Branstner said on Friday, December 21, 2012 1:41:33 PM
A.J. Sinclair: Did you even LISTEN to the review? For all of your pissing and moaning, Roeper gave it an accurate and frankly, glowing review! He was absolutely dead, and I really enjoyed this movie! Probably the most BELIEVABLE presentation of nonsense that has ever been presented.

a j Sinclair said on Friday, November 02, 2012 6:07:02 PM
its a movie. its meant to entertain. not comply to your delicate senses. yes the movie was outlandishly unrealistic but its meant to entertain nothing else. why do all critics think that every movie has to be a perfectly performed drama or comic book hero for it to be worth a good review. I'm just saying you probably didn't take this job or hobby out of your hatred of just being entertained by a movie .

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Jeff said on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 12:57:40 PM
Thank you Mr. Roeper for actually "getting it". I saw this movie and loved it for exactly what is, a popcorn munching over the top summer movie. In a way i miss these types of summer films and don't know how or when the climate of summer film reviews changed.

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Goeun said on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 12:17:39 PM
Instead, what if we place the coins in three dimensional space, with the four prinsdeets standing in a line facing the same direction. The difference in profiles would place us (the viewer) in between Jefferson and Lincoln. The symbolism here would be that these four prinsdeets would all be looking forward, into the future, as we all look backward. Because their faces are on coins, and the united states uses a fiat currency, we can assume that these great forward looking men are telling us that we place an imaginary sense of grandeur on our past. Maybe I'm reading too much into it.

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