Big Game | Movie Review 23 May 2015   472


Star Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, Onni Tommila, Ray Stevenson, Felicity Huffman, Victor Garber, Jim Broadbent
Direction: Jalmari Helander
Genre: Drama
Duration: 1 hour 31 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India (TOI):

Big Game is a film which, despite its hackneyed writing, is imbued with charm and humour. Yes, the plot-line doesn’t really bow down to the logic of physics but the story’s endearing quality works as its saving grace. Jackson crisply slips into the role of the American
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Book My Show:

When you hear that Samuel L. Jackson is going to playing the President in a film, you’d think you’re going to see the badass Samuel L. Jackson we all love. Unfortunately, we don’t see that. The real hero of Big Game is Onni Tommila.
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A young teen hunter with a point to prove to his father sets out to hunt big game in the Finn forests. The President of the United States is forced into the same forests by a traitor in his personal security detail. A murderous psychopath is not too far behind. Who’s the hunter and who’s the hunted here?
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At this point of time Samuel L Jackson can get away with making pretty much anything. All he has to do is look boorish, utter his famous expletive and shoot some people or things. Whether he plays the good guy or the bad guy, he’s always Samuel L Jackson, and he knows audiences like that about him.
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