The Hunter Blu-ray Review

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A professional hunter, Willem Dafoe’s Martin David, is hired by a mysterious bio-tech corporation to track down the elusive, possibly extinct Tasmanian Tiger, and to bring back physical evidence of the animal for their shady and never disclosed genetic experiments. He moves out to the rugged and still partially uncharted landscape of Tasmania, to a mountainous region in which there have been sightings of the now-fabled creature, the last of which supposedly died in a zoo in 1932, and makes his base in the house of a local family who live right at the edge of the wilderness. Dispensing with the local guide, Jack Mindy (Sam Neill), who has been assigned to help him, he begins to make a series of expeditions into the high country, camping out for days at a time, setting traps and snares and living off the land. He has been told that he has, at best, around two months before other hunters will set off on the same quest … and that the company don’t want to come...


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OnTheFly

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I think films like this definitely divide opinion. I it last week and thought it a decent watch.
 

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