Priest 3D Movie Reviews

Priest 3D

Priest 3D

Release Date: May 13, 2011

Genre: SciFi/FantasyAction/Adventure

Rating: (PG-13)

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  • 3
    I do not know why this film is labeled as an action movie because there is almost no action in it. It was pretty amazing visually and I liked seeing it in 3D but the dialogue was boring and there was way too much of talking about God and other things, I honestly stopped listening after a while. I did not like the storyline and the way it was adapted and the vampires did not look convincing, therefore they were not scary. I have to say that Paul Bettany gave a great performance and I hope to see him in more films. Overall, I do not recommend seeing it in the theaters but on a slow night it could be fun to rent it.
  • 3
    This is a horror film about priests fighting vampires and it stars Paul Bettany. I liked Bettany’s performance and I think he deserves a praise for that. I also liked Karl Urban’s performance, he was very good as a villain. The visuals in the film are amazing as well and it was a true treat for my eyes, unfortunately everything else about this film is not so good. I saw the film in 3d and at least I got to see very cool scenes in 3D but the action and the dialogue in this film were very disappointing. The film was very confusing and I from time to time I had no idea what exactly was going on. I do not think that this film was an action movie because there was very little action and lots of pointless dialogue.

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