to hunt was released on Hulu last weekend, and it’s currently on rotten Tomatoes With 92% Critics Score and 79% Audience Score. The film has already become the best reviewed film of all time. Cruel Voting. comicbook.comKay Spencer Perry gave the film 4 out of 5 and called it the franchise’s “best entry” since the original. Fans can’t stop praising the film, and many have wondered why it was never released theatrically. One such fan is Kevin Smith. Clerk III The director who frequently talks with Mark Bernardin about the latest movies and shows on his podcast, beyond fatman, Smith makes it abundantly clear that he’s not trying to bash Hulu’s decision, but instead expresses his curiosity over the option of skipping a theatrical release.
“If you want to see to huntAnd f*ck, you should see to hunt, he’s on Hulu for some reason. why did this happen? Look, I’m going to choose my vocals carefully, Mark, so that people don’t say, ‘Smith tears Hulu a new ash*.’ So I’m curiously going to ask here… Can I write a clickbait headline? ‘Why didn’t it go to the theater,’ Smith asked. This movie was one of the best movie experiences I’ve seen in a while. I would have thought it could be totally killed in a movie theater. Was it always intended to be the only Hulu release? I’m not criticizing, I don’t want it to read ’cause Hulu dropped the ball as Smith says,’ I’m just curious. Because the film, the production value and the story were completely cinematic.”
whereas to hunt It may not have released in theatres, it had a very successful debut on Hulu. In fact, it became the streaming site’s most successful premiere in its history. Not only is the film available to watch on Hulu, but there is also a special dubbed version on Comanche.
“We like Comanche throughout the film, but when you choose to watch the film for the first time, it will be the first time that the Comanche language and I are Comanche, by the way, it will be the first time that our language is in a full dub and for the entire film. subtitles as well,” producer Jen Myers recently shared comicbook.com, “So it’s really important to me and the language component is very important because it will also be the first time a film will be completely [dubbed], You get the option to watch it on a brand new movie in Comanche. I know the Navajo have done it twice star warsBut star wars was 30 when he turned out, finding Nemo was 20 years old. But here we are, this film resets a lot of paradigms, and one of them is the language component.”
to hunt Now streaming on Hulu.
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