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Hulu’s Hunt is the Best Reviewed Predator Movie of All Time

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This week . Viewed the official release of to hunt, the latest Predator film and a film with major ties to the series, despite being set over three hundred years ago. The film also made history for the series in another big way, being the best reviewed film overall. Cruel Voting. Sitting at a 92% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and the “Certified Fresh” distinction, to hunt By far the Predator is the series’ biggest critical success, outpacing even the Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring original film by a large margin. Here’s how it compares to others in the score and consensus series:

  • to hunt – 92%, “Certified Fresh” with 145 reviews; Critical Consent: “Rare action thriller that spikes adrenaline without skimping on character development, to hunt one is Cruel Sequel done right.”
  • Cruel – 80%, “Certified Fresh” with 55 reviews; Critical Consensus: “Predator: Part sci-fi, part horror, part action — all muscular.”
  • hunter 2 – 30%, rotten with 30 reviews; Critical concurrence: “The thrill of the hunt is over in this hackneyed sequel.”
  • AVP: Alien Versus Predator – 21% rotten with 147 reviews; Critical consensus: “The gore unnerving and cardboard cut-out characters make this clash of monsters dull.”
  • Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem – 12% rotten with 78 reviews; Critical Consensus: “The increased gore and violence on the first Alien vs. Predator can’t excuse Requiem’s ​​disorienting editing, excessively blurry lighting, and lack of new ideas.”
  • predators – 65%, fresh with 203 reviews; Critical Consensus: “After a string of subpar sequels, this bloody, action-packed reboot takes the Predator franchise back to its testosterone-fueled roots.”
  • Cruel – Rotten with 33%, 296 reviews; Critical consensus: “The Predator has the violence to spare, but its chaotically hollow action adds another missed opportunity for a franchise that is increasingly defined by despair.”

with the advent of to hunt Many fans were concerned that the film, technically a production and release from The Walt Disney Company, would be watered down and downplayed the franchise’s trademark violence. Director Dan Trachtenberg previously told ComicBook.com that it was never a real concern for the production.

The director of 10 Cloverfield Lane confirmed earlier this year, “The Disney thing didn’t affect the film at all in terms of its content.” “So I’m excited for this trailer to come out. And the people who were worried that it would be PG-13, or it would be ‘Disney-Made-Predator.'” It was a 20th century film throughout the experience. And then Disney has been fantastic at getting the reins and now bringing it to the world, but never got a mandate from them. We were intimidated by some of the words the script was in and when they read it, I was like, ‘Oh no, will they go crazy over the details of the gore and stuff?’ But, no. This is a brutal, intense, very R-rated film. And I’m excited to give it away, that Disney will do ‘Disney Things’.”

to hunt Stars Amber Midthunder (the ice road, Roswell, New Mexico), Dakota Beaver, Stormy Kip (Sui), Michelle Thrush (the journey home), and Julian Black Antelope (tribal) It is not streaming on Hulu.

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Reference from comicbook.com

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