‘The hunt is on’
The Most Dangerous Game is a 2022 American action thriller film about hunting humans based on a classic story that’s been adapted many times.
Written and directed by Justin Lee (Maneater; Hellblazers; A Tales of Two Guns; Hunters; Final Kill; A Reckoning; Big Legend). Produced by Randy Charach, Ed Morrone and Michelle Ng. Executive produced by Bill Sondheim.
The movie stars Chris ‘C.T.’ Tamburello, Casper Van Dien, Elissa Dowling, Judd Nelson, Randy Charach, Bruce Dern and Tom Berenger.
A father and son are shipwrecked on a remote island where they are caught up in a trophy hunt held by its mysterious owner, a merciless man who uses the land as an elite hunting preserve for stalking the most dangerous game of all: human.
In the US, Mill Creek Entertainment released The Most Dangerous Game theatrically in select locations and On-Demand (VOD) on August 5, 2022.
“The plot of The Most Dangerous Game is a proven winner, I knew that before I even hit play. The X factor was going to be the cast and crew who had to execute the most dangerous game plan… and execute it they did. I have seen Casper Van Dien play a villain before, but never with a German accent!” Bulletproof Action
“Lee’s low-budget often shows through, but a lot more thought went into The Most Dangerous Game than his last film reviewed here, Apache Junction. There is also some decent set and design work (including a cool title logo). If you take a deep dive into the Connell story and the battalion of films it inspired, you will appreciate several of his choices.” J.B. Spins
“The nineteenth minute: An island doesn’t convince it’s the island. I think WWII’s moments were filmed somewhere nearby of that forest. Survivors of shipwrecking observe trophies in the bunker, which more a private museum of crazy grandpa, and accept surrounding for a wealthy place. I see that budget didn’t allow to rent a house or I still don’t understand the director.” Lukaschik Gleb
“A faithful adaptation of The Most Dangerous Game is hard to come by, and while Lee sticks closer than most do, that doesn’t make the weak characters, technical facets, and near complete lack of excitement bearable. There’s always next week’s rendition.” 1 out of 5, Voices from the Balcony
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