Hunt to Kill (2010) - Action, Thriller

Hohum Score

85

Boring

Steve Austin stars as U.S. Border Patrol agent Jim Rhodes, a tough divorce mourning the loss of his murdered partner while struggling to raise his rebellious daughter in the mountains of ... See full summary »

IMDB: 5.2
Director: Keoni Waxman
Stars: Eric Roberts, Steve Austin
Length: 98 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 11 out of 38 found boring (28.94%)

One-line Reviews (22)

Zzzzzzzz.

Apart from the third act and the Banks character, this is mostly just boring.

Michael Hogan is Lawson, with Gary Daniels as Bellows' British henchman (Jensen), Emilie Ullerup as the stunning Dominika (betrayed by Lawson and left to blow up with the bomb trap)who wants to get even with her former lover, Marie Avgeropoulos as Stone Cold's tough, resilient daughter (Kim), Michael Eklund as computer techie Geary with big mouth and aggressive, antagonistic nature (not to mention, his need to bring out his stun gun to tease Dominika who is more man than he is, the pipsqueak), and Adrian Holmes (as Crab, always screwing up and finally goes one step too far when he tries to rape Kim) round out the cast.

Better Than Expected, But Predictable .

It's certainly more entertaining than some of the rubbishy vehicles that director Keoni Waxman has made for Steven Seagal.

Saying that, it's still a relatively entertaining B-picture, packing a plenitudes of action into the brief running time.

Outstanding & Entertaining .

it is a "B" movie which has some action but a weak story line that ends up very predictable...

Breathtaking, gorgeous location where all the action transpires( the Vancouver, Canadian wilderness substituting for Montana) is most definitely an asset in the film's favor.

Yeah, the budget was low and the film starts out real slow.

The flick fails on every score, from the dull cinematography, to the wooden stilted acting and posing, to the amateur dialogues, to the hapless direction and silly music choices.

a very slow and predictable start...

Don't waste your time .

All of the other performances are too bland, with Austin having three main emotional responses: glare, scowl, and talk in a low voice.

There were some visually stunning scenes shot around the abandoned Brittania copper mine in Southwest British Columbia and cliff scenes obviously shot around nearby Squamish.

Frank Hannah wrote this refreshingly uncomplicated storyline, which suffers from some implausibilities, but manages to remain watchable and entertaining.

The plot, is cliché, sure, they all are in this genre now.

The longer the movie goes the funnier it gets and I for one can say that those kinds of movies can be really entertaining.

Storyline - dull.

Don't waste your time.

So, keep it short: I hope you don't waste your time with this movie

The movie is surprisingly dull for the most part, with endless bickering between the characters and very little action for the first hour.