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Monster Hunter Film

So I’ve never played this video game franchise, and I didn’t really know what to expect. I have been hoping that they make a movie out of the Monster Hunter International franchise, but the way that guy is spouting his b.s. politics on twitter, I doubt that will ever happen now. It is a shame as the stories are pretty good.

In any case, this movie is a sci fi type thriller. It has huge monsters, big swords, and people who are out here trying to fight and kill them. I saw this months ago, and given the rate at which I watch series and films, I can’t remember too much about it, other than to say that I did enjoy it some.

I can’t imagine the movie did that well as I didn’t hear too much buzz around it, but I haven’t checked out the numbers. Overall it was entertaining and worth a watch. Add it to your list and check it out when you’ve got nothing to do.

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