Jack the Giant Slayer 3D User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.32

Current Rating: 3.32

based on 42 votes and 14 reviews

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  • 2 stars Some entertainment value, however, the actor playing Jack almost ruined it for me entirely. He doesn't have the looks and aura of a lead. It would have been better if they swapped him out and had Ewen McGregor play the part instead although he'd be too old for the role of a youth. The scrawny narrow awkward facial bone structure of Nicholas Hoult gives him a serial killer impression. He should have been made to fill in that face more instead of getting more sunken in for the part. "Jack" will give children nightmares, not the "giants". 2.5 stars
  • 5 stars The Best Action movie EVER!!!!!!! A brilliant masterpiece!!! Incredible amazing epic!!!!!! Spectacular!!!!!!!
  • 3 stars This movie was way below my expectations. The story didn't flow well and the ending was lame.
  • 3 stars I had great fun in this movie. A little too intense for young children however. Parents beware.
  • 4 stars good show.. don't really know why it was in 3d though.. wouldn't bother if you don't have to but movie was alot of fun..
  • 3 stars Formulaic. But of course we all know the story. CGI was decent.
  • To answer the poster's query, giants are born pregnant.
  • 4 stars Really liked this movie...just wondering why there are no female or children giants? How do they multiply?
  • 4 stars Very good on special and visual effects.
  • 5 stars Very Good great story to a great tale.

Jack the Giant Slayer 3D

Genre:  Action/Adventure , Drama , Sci-Fi/Fantasy | Running Time:  114 min.
Release date:  March 1, 2013 | On DVD/VOD:  June 18, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 3.32
based on 42 votes and 14 reviews
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Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Eddie Marsan, Ewen Bremmer, Ian McShane, Christopher Fairbank