Gary Oldman Red Riding Hood

April 8, 2011 by Post Team 

Gary Oldman Red Riding Hood, As I laughed with others in the film occurred to me that “Little Red Riding Hood” was not a comedy. Screams.
With the proverbial cash cow that is the “Twilight” series comes to an end, you cannot blame the studio for wanting to take advantage of the same
They thought that by casting some young and attractive actors, throwing in some supernatural elements and the addition of a love triangle that replicate “Twilight” success.
Even hired the head of the first film “Twilight” to handle this.
But judging by the reception “Little Red Riding Hood” was in the U.S. and that the public watched the studio was very, very bad.
Amanda Seyfried stars as Valerie (also known as Little Red Riding Hood), a girl in love with her childhood friend, the woodsman, but it is supposed to marry a wealthy blacksmith.
A werewolf is terrorizing its people and the Witch Hunter or priest Father Solomn (Gary Oldman) shows him to death.
He tells the people that the beast is really the fear of human life among them. Valerie is suspicious if one of the men competing for her love is really the werewolf.
The wolf attacks, people die, are exchanged blank stares and roll the credits. Apart from Seyfried and, to some extent, Oldman, the rest of the cast seems to graduate from Derek Zoolander School of acting.
Much blame for this tragedy lies with director Catherine Hardwicke, whose excessive use of planes and sweeping aerial shots ramps ham factor.
But the greatest weakness of this film comes from the script, which lacks any substance, is full of clich├ęs and is simply wrong.
If you feel compelled to see this, you do so at your own risk. If you are driven by a friend, I like the charcters in the film and equipped with a silver sword or dagger for protection. If done too, the use itself. NIK Stavrou

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