Hunted (2012) - Action, Drama

Hohum Score

14

Watchable

Meet Sam. A spy. A hunter. And herself hunted by an enemy more ruthless and determined than any she's ever known.

IMDB: 7.5
Director:
Stars: Melissa George, Adam Rayner
Length: 59 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 5 out of 43 found boring (11.62%)

One-line Reviews (31)

The only downside for me was it was too fast paced at times, for me I mean.

This series is absolutely riveting , right up there with Strike Back.. Melissa G played her character perfectly .

The series should had been fast paced and fun.

Worth watching if you're just killing time, not worth watching if you want to focus on the plot.

The others do okay, although that is just what is asked of them, the only one that riled me was Akinnuoye-Agbaje who is a much better presence than material given him with the office-bound and slighty bored character with a family subplot that goes nowhere.

It comes as no surprise to see that all four directors listed so far are very much from the competent but creatively-comatose school of BBC serial drama; I do not see Hunted getting picked up (unless to licence a remake) by Sky Atlantic, HBO, FX or any of the other channels turning out actual exciting, creative and visionary shows.

The characters were human and entertaining as individuals.

Thoroughly enjoyed it.

It got right to the point in the pilot with a compelling set of plot arcs...

This show is addictive, mysterious, and thrilling.

Entertaining popcorn fare.

Unlike Spooks and others, the outcomes were predictable, not a single twist and some important questions are left unanswered (frustrating?

8 episode series which is built up quite well but there have been many more better and more exciting suspense thrillers.

She might as well have been chopping wood or hitting a punch bag; it was inserted merely to use a cliché to communicate something to the viewer that the writer was unable to do any other way.

The action scenes are enthralling and the story thus far has been fairly intriguing.

Just watched the last episode and it was gripping to the poetic end.

Brilliant and compelling drama .

I mean really worth watching back to back.

The type of demonstration bore no relation to the actual plot.

The BBC might had been better off with another series of Spooks rather than this tedious series with not too exciting stories and a central arc that rapidly lost viewers interest.

Very disappointing as I enjoyed it until then.

A slow build up of so many unanswered questions over the previous 7 episodes make the final episode (8) a "must see" - so many unanswered questions.

The acting seemed, at best mediocre and trite.

Complicated but enjoyable thriller .

Don't waste your time.

Gripping Stuff .

It is intelligent writing, intrigueing plots & compelling viewing.

Engaging and highly intriguing.

a brutal and superior take on the Bourne concept, well worth watching.

I think that this sort of programme builds up eventually and thats what its starting to do now which gets more exciting to find out new facts and watch.

At the time of writing this review, episode 5, the series is well set for an absorbing last 4 episodes.