Vin Diesel’s latest film The Last Witch Hunter, is about a witch hunter named Kaulder, who was cursed by a witch in the middle ages with eternal life. 800 hundred years later, Kaulder is working for a religious group as a peace keeper between witches and humans. After his handler is attacked, Kaulder goes on the hunt for the witch, and stumbles across a plan that could destroy the world.

As films go, this is no contender for an Oscar, or any other awards, except perhaps a Raspberry. But it’s not all bad. The plot was obvious, the dialogue was cheesy in a lot of places, and there were a couple of scenes that could have been deleted to make it smoother, but overall, I found the film to be entertaining. There were moments where it was funny, the action was pretty cool, and the good witch Chloe was pretty awesome.

I think this will become one of those films you’ll always watch when it’s on television rather than sitting through another episode of Law & Order.

Worth watching, but if you want to save some money, then wait for the dvd is released. It’s not one of those films you must see on the big screen.

I give it a 2.5 out of 5.