Avengers Grimm


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

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Casper Van Dien Photo
Casper Van Dien as Rumpelstiltskin
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Lou Ferrigno as Iron John
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698.30 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 1 / 1
1.24 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 2 / 3

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Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird2 / 10

One of The Asylum's best premises gone to complete waste

By all means, there are worse Asylum movies out there than Avengers Grimm, but this was especially disappointing because the premise was great, one of the best ideas they've ever come up. However, the execution was bad, terrible even at worst, and the very misleading and irrelevant title does nothing in its favour and that's putting it mildly.

What saves Avengers Grimm from being unwatchable are the confident Red of Elizabeth Peterson and Casper Van Dien who is clearly having fun as Rumpelstiltskin (the one character that the writers even attempted to do something with). The rest of the acting is atrocious, Lauren Parkinson's Snow White's line delivery just grates, Kimo Leopoldo is as un-wolf-like as one could possibly get and Marah Fairclough spends the entire time looking dead as Sleeping Beauty. There's also the most forgettable version of Cinderella ever, both in acting and how the character is written. With the exceptions of Peterson and Van Dien, nobody looks interested or like they wanted to be there. Lou Ferringo is nice to see but is made up weirdly (the Dr Freeze and Colossus comparison is pretty apt) and bogged down with bad material and an under-characterised character who's barely in the movie to make enough of an impression, good to see him again but it doesn't go beyond that.

The characters are just dull, dumb stereotypes, with characterisation almost non-existent apart from Rumpelstiltskin, while the horrid (and that's being kind) dialogue is enough to make even an amateur actor embarrassed. The story does absolutely nothing with its concept, being told in a constantly sluggishly paced, paper-thin and muddled way, further disadvantaged by very confusingly choreographed, pedestrian-paced and sloppily edited fight scenes. Avengers Grimm is directed with little competence, has a soundtrack that is too often too loud and too quirky which jars with the 'darker' (in quote marks because the movie is little more than tired cheese throughout) moments and looks cheap. A couple of sets are decent, but most are basic and too darkly lit, the editing is besieged with continuity errors with all too obvious stunt doubles, the camera work is going-through-the-motions-like and while there are worse special effects around the effects are slapdash at best.

All in all, a great idea with near-disastrous execution. 2/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by tabuno6 / 10

Hard To Like

25 March 2016. The Grimm Fairy tale princesses are not necessarily any like you've see before nor particularly compelling to see. They don't seem to really take much from their original Disney characters that's for sure. Even the primary character Snow White isn't exactly a likable character that usually the mainstream audience can identify with. The theme of the movie however is intriguing though its more likely the television series "Once Upon A Time" is probably a better audience hit. The main evil character is truly even, though the sensual aspect is omitted for this version which would have at least wet the appetite. There were many opportunities for the script to have been improved with more complicated characters which the scriptwriters recognized but didn't go far enough. Even the end could have been much more successfully with suggestion than glaring, blatant and however brief this is what happened snapshot. The script while there is continuity doesn't really offer a lot of sense or sympathy, too much conflict for a team of princesses. A lot of potential, but never realized.

Reviewed by Troy Trellman1 / 10

Quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen.

This film is a very, very, very poor attempt to capitalize upon some of the ideas behind Once Upon A Time. It fails miserably. The acting is comically bad. I have quite literally viewed high school productions of superior quality. Casper Van Dien as Rumpelstiltskin is awful. How awful? Jay North from the old Dennis the Menace television series is Olivier in comparison. And Van Dien was the high point. The plot holes are large enough to sail the 7th Fleet through. It was boring and disjointed. It was painful to watch. A root canal without anesthesia would have been preferable. I would rather listen to Rosanne Barr sing the national anthem on loop. Watching paint dry is more exciting and a better use of your time. If you are considering buying it on media, burn the money instead - at least that will light the room for a few seconds.

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