Timur Bekmambetov's (Wanted) latest slow-mo fest of a shoot-em-up action movie, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, is a movie of almost screamingly obvious silliness and abundant ridiculousness and borderline stupid reenactments of famous historical moments, but, that is not what this film is about. It is not really about all of the iconic historical moments and monuments that the great president Lincoln had a large hand in, no, it is about a fictional little crevice in his life where, for a small period of which, he proceeded to hunt and kill vampires. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is about as ludicrous and dumb as summer action movies get, but what makes it a good movie is that it does several things right. For one, and probably most importantly to people who are expecting a rip-roaring action movie, well, it most certainly does deliver on that level. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter has plenty of supernatural violence,. blood and special effects to spare, but, most surprisingly, it also actually has a heart, a conscience and a touching narrative into the actual part of the life of Abraham Lincoln, and with his troubles within just being a normal person who just happened to become the president of the United States-and secretly murder vampires. But, considering that this film is, in fact Rated R, there are several very big things that every parent show know about before they even think about allowing there children to watch this film, so, without further ado, shall we?; Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter has almost a non-stop array of strong violence and gore, with gallons upon gallons of spurting, spraying and splattering blood abounding during action sequences, and with moments such as smaller scale vampire attacks giving off plenty of grisly injuries and wounds, including a very large amount of vampire decapitations scene throughout the film. Also, there is also some sexual content, including a very brief but very graphic sex scene near the beginning of the film, complete with plenty of moaning and screaming, and with the mans bare chest and the woman's bare back, buttocks and legs on display throughout the brief scene. And, finally, there is moderate but relatively mild profanity, especially for a Rated Rated movie, but it does include at least 1 F-word, and several other sues each other, sh-t, g-dd-mn, wh-re, pr-ck, b-lls, d-mn, b-tch and more. So, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is most certainly not a very artful film, but for what it is, and considering that is is right near the beginning of the part of the summer movie season where all of the very big movies are coming about right about now, it does what it is supposed to do, which is, of course, entertain, and, it does this very well, indeed. Recommended.