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Thriller, Action
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Jonathan Mostow
James Costas as Actor
Eudald Font as Sergio
Richard Douglas as Police Officer
Matt Townsend as Auction Guest
Stephanie Dooley as Pamela Hatto
Claudia Trujillo as French Girl
Lucy Jackson as Euro Girl
Tina Maskell as Rosa
Kate Dobson as Senior Resident
Colin Parry as Head Guard
Katia Bokor as Aunt Jesse
Sameera Eligeti as Elektra (as Sameera Eligeti)
Sam Worthington as Stephen Lucas
Dean S. Jagger as Officer Schaller
Odeya Rush as Ella Hatto
Eben Young as Martin Hatto
Mateo Rufino as Bouncer
Maria Lee Metheringham as Auction Lady
Storyline: This high octane thriller focuses on Lucas, (Sam Worthington), a solitary assassin, hired to kill a young woman, Ella, (Odeya Rush). When he can't bring himself to pull the trigger the plan falls apart, setting in motion a twisted game of cat and mouse. Now both are marked for death and forced to form an uneasy alliance. Relentlessly pursued across Europe, their only hope for survival is to expose those responsible for brutally murdering her family and bring them to justice.
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I can't overly recommend it, but it is a decent action flick.
'THE HUNTER'S PRAYER': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

The new action thriller starring Sam Worthington as a hit-man who ends up helping the young woman that he was supposed to kill. It was directed by Jonathan Mostow (who's also helmed such other hit action flicks as 'U571', 'BREAKDOWN', 'TERMINATOR 3' and 'SURROGATES'), and it was written by Paul Leyden and Oren Moverman (the duo also co-wrote 'SURROGATES', 'TERMINATOR 3' and 'TERMINATOR SALVATION', also starring Worthington). The script is based on the 2004 novel 'For the Dogs', by Kevin Wignall. It costars Odeya Rush, Allen Leech and Amy Landecker. The film has received mixed (to negative) reviews from critics, and it was also only released on VOD and in limited indie theaters at the Box Office. I found it to be pretty entertaining.

Lucas (Worthington) is a loner assassin with a serious drug addiction problem. He's hired to kill a young woman, named Ella (Rush), but when he needs to pull the trigger, he can't do it. Instead Lucas ends up reluctantly helping the girl, by defending her from the very same people that hired him to kill her. By doing so, he also makes himself a target of his former employers. When Ella realizes her parents were killed by Lucas's former employer, Richard Addison (Leech), she attempts to hire Lucas to kill Addison for revenge.

I'd say the film is similar in quality to Mostow's other movies, I really like 'TERMINATOR 3' though. It's a fun action film for the most part, nothing too memorable (or special), but it is entertaining. I think Worthington makes an awesome action hero too, and I'd really like to see him make more movies like this. I can't overly recommend it, but it is a decent action flick.

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A Pretty Standard Hunter Being Hunted Movie
As a movie that was not categorized as summer blockbuster Hollywood movie, we got we came for. The movie did not have large special effects, but the action sequence including the car chase and the hand to hand combat were actually pretty exciting. I loved and enjoyed how the sound effects were put to good use. The guns blazing sound and those car chases noise (including some sudden shocking effects like car being hit and so on) were the best parts of the movie.

The story seemed to be pretty standard for this kind of movie. It had the element of anti-hero in it, where our protagonist was actually an assassin/hit-man and also had a "father/daughter" relationship, despite they were not really father and daughter. I understand that this movie was adapted from a novel titled For the Dogs written by Kevin Wignall which was considered very good by a lot of critics. This was usually the case for a novel to be adapted into a movie. However, it would seem that the movie adaptation was not garnering the same views by lots of critics.

As an action thriller movie, it was actually good in terms of the actions. However, for me personally, I think the actions could have been given a bit more. There were times when it was in the more dramatic moments, the pace would become slow (which was actually in contradiction to the novel which according to critic was a fast-paced page-turner). Nevertheless, due to the good actions sequence, I was pretty pleased with the movie. Just a reminder though that the killings were pretty brutal, so best not to be seen by children. I could not say that this was a bad movie, but neither could I say that this is a very good movie. Overall it was pretty standard.

On the characterization, I think Odeya Rush was pretty good playing damsel in distress (My wife and I kept on thinking that she looked like a younger Mila Kunis). But this time Sam Worthington (apart from the actions part) was not too memorable. Even worse was Allen Leech who seemed out of place as the main villain. I think Jonathan Mostow as the director was not able to bring out the best from the actors and even got one rather illogical scene before the climax. It was a pity though since he actually got quite a good portfolio of commercially successful movies such as U-571, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines or The Surrogates.

So if you are a fan of Sam Worthington and wanted to see him as a lead character in an action thriller movie, then this could make you happy. Now if you want to see a not-so-fast paced action movie and just enough of action sequences through out the movie, with "father/daughter" relationship, then this probably would be a good choice. But if you are looking for a full blown action movie, or even a very meaningful action thriller movie, then it would be better if you look elsewhere.

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Déjà vu and better
While I was watching The Hunter's Prayer I couldn't stop thinking it's all been done before and way better. I watched it until the end though without having great expectations that the storyline would differ from the other similar movies. And it didn't, no surprises at all. Just an average action thriller about a contract killer having some remorse. The acting isn't that bad, but it isn't great either. Never saw a junkie in my life before that could still act normally, especially being a contract killer where you need some accuracy. So that was kind of dumb in my eyes, but than again it's just fiction. So if you have the chance to chose a movie just pick another one with the same story instead of this one because it's all been done better before.
below average drama
Another gun-for-hire-with-a-conscience movie, but I'm afraid not a good one. There are a lot of disturbing scenes or plot arcs involving minors for no apparent reason, and the head honcho's emotional journey doesn't make much sense. He's had a rough military past, for instance, but the emotional scars brought to the foreground don't involve killing human beings. He does a lot for the girl he's trying to save, which is great, except they are things he hasn't done even for his own daughter even though she's supposedly his everything. Hello? Oh and the girl's another story. She has serious problems, except she doesn't act on them. She has serious doubts, except she doesn't act on them, either. All in all, things don't quite add up.

It's a good watch for a virtual tour of Europe and some average action sequences if you're into that kind of thing, though.
Good Thriller
Lucas (Sam Worthington) is an Assassin hired to kill Ella (Odeya Rush) whose father stole money from employer Richard Addison (Allen Leech). Problem is Lucas cannot do it. Now he and Ella are on the run from other Assassins trying to get the job done, which now also includes Lucas. This can't be good.

This is a surprisingly good thriller. We see that Addison has Lucas' family in his gun sights to insure Lucas does the job. Lucas knows this but still cannot kill Ella. Ella learns to trust Lucas until she learns that Lucas's job is to kill her. Lucas forces Ella to keep running from those out to kill them both. There is a good car chase and shootouts all over the place. Added to all this we discover that Lucas is a Junkie and begins to reflect on his life when Ella asks him his name and, "are you a diabetic?"

Since the money Ella's father stole went into Ella's slush fund at school we see that Ella needs to be kept alive as only she knows the password to get into that account, but apparently the other Assassins weren't given that word yet.

We like the bonding between Lucas and Ella and wish there were more dialogues between them.

Notable: Amy Landecker as Banks, an FBI agent on Richard Addison's payroll.

All in all a good thriller, predictable yes, but we knew this going in, right? It's the telling of the story that holds us. See? (7/10)

Violence: Yes. Sex: No. Nudity: Not really when Lucas has his pants down to give himself a shot. Language: Yes, mostly in the beginning then it falls off.
Lots of good action and decent story. Worth watching
I liked the movie. It was realistic action and the story was entertaining enough to not get bored during the movie. Even though it wasn't released in theaters it was done high quality compared to other Hollywood blockbusters. It was kind of reminded me of a mix between taken and the transporter. Don't know why others hated on it. It was a good movie. Better than a lot of the other action movies I've seen that are super cheesy. It was better than I expected
Good story
This film tells the story of an assassin who is hired by a rich tycoon to kill a teenage girl studying in the Switzerland. He finds himself unable to kill the girl, and they both become targets for assassination. They have to do everything in order to survive.

"The Hunter's Prayer" has a thrilling story, and more importantly a story that makes you care about what happens to the characters. The teenage girl gets into a perilous situation, and I really feel for her for not knowing who to trust. The assassin, on the other hand, is also sympathetic. He is a hybrid of a villain and a hero, making him likable. I find this film enjoyable.
An Excellent Thriller.
The Hunter's Prayer is a British-American action thriller film directed by Jonathan Mostow, based on Kevin Wignall's novel "For the Dogs." "The Hunter's Prayer" follows Lucas (Worthington), a solitary assassin, hired to kill a young woman, Ella, (Rush), who is unaware that her family's questionable business dealings have cost them their lives. However, when Lucas can't bring himself to pull the trigger, the two form a bond and escape across Europe together, hunted by those responsible for her family's murder.

Rated R (for violence, drug use and language).

This Film Is Absolutely An Excellent Thriller For All The Family. Parents Should Watch It With Their Children,there is no sex at all and the violence is much better than that of Abu Ghraib Prison Torture In Iraq .
Nothing Terribly New Here
We've seen similar themes many times over in movies through the years. Here Sam Worthington portrays Lucas, a hired assassin and drug addict who can't bring himself to kill his next assignment, who's the 16-year-old Ella, played by Odeya Rush. Of course, this makes the man who hired Lucas (Allen Leech) very unhappy and so Lucas and Ella must try and escape through Europe from those killers who want to eliminate them.

There's plenty of wooden dialogue and formulaic plot elements here. However on the positive side I was interested enough in the film to want to see how it would all turn out, and it does present its viewers with quite the poignant ending.

Overall, nothing really new here for this genre, but the pacing kept me engaged throughout.
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