Despite a rocky start in China, the Monster hunter It will premiere tomorrow, December 18, internationally. In this way, since last Wednesday several reviews of the long-awaited film have begun to emerge. Although many believed that this adaptation would be welcome, It seems that the specialized critics are not happy with the work that the director, Paul WS Anderson, has delivered.
Currently, The film has a 58% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with 19 reviews, of which 11 are positive and eight negative. With this rating, Monster Hunter is classified as “rotten” or “rotten” for the site. Remember that a tape needs to have 60% or more to be considered “fresh” or “fresh”. It seems that the feature film can reach this denomination as more reviews begin to emerge from tomorrow.
While some critics point to monsters and action as positive elements, others have mentioned that acting, dialogue, and editing can ruin the experience. We can only wait for the reception of the most seasoned fans of the series, something that we will surely see throughout the weekend.
On related issues, Anderson, the director, apologizes for the offensive comments on the film. Similarly, a demo of Monster Hunter Rise will arrive on the Nintendo Switch next year.