Rupert Sanders Snow White and the Huntsman is still collecting large sums of money at the box office, right now, and to me, I really do not think that any of which that it has earned thus far, is deserved. Now, Snow White and the Huntsman attempts to be a much darker, grittier and more violent version of the classic disneyfied children's fairy tale Snow White, and, for the first hour or so, it actually achieves this task rather well. The mood is gloomy, the acting is somber, the action sequences are brutal and quickly edited, and, of course, the performance by Charlize Theron (she was also very good in another one of this years sci-fi blockbusters, Prometheus) as the evil queen, and she actually creates a generally threatening and intimidating character. And than, we proceed to our last half of the movie. Now, to me, in my own honest opinion, the second half of the film was so bad that it erased nearly all of my previously mild enjoyment of the films first hour. The second hard of the film cranks up the campy overacting on Kristen Stewart's part, who, now at this point in the film, suddenly feels the need to challenge all of the people who continually claim that she has absolutely no range of emotion as an actress, most notably in Twilight - and she fails hard. Her screeching and yelling grades harshly on the earlobes. Also, the film gets much, much lighter in tone, and for me, it just ruined the whole thing. once they introduced the seven dwarves, and the feel of suddenly pushing humor into it at the last minute, and than all of it climacting in a awful battle sequence that most certainly wasn't worth the 127 minute wait...well, let's just say that it certainly was a disappointment. Now, considering that this film is Rated PG-13, this is actually a fairly strong Rating, and there are several items of possibly offensive content that may be directed towards parents, so, here we go: There is frequent intense battle sequences and fantasy violence, with many brutal battles, hand-to-hand sword fights, killings and even a briefly attempted rape sequence. Also, there is sensuality, as well, with several shots of the evil queens bare back, which gets more revealing every time we see it. And, really, that is honestly all there is to this film. It is just a very bland, and extremely disappointing adaptation of a classic fairy tale, which only delivers on its promise for the films first hour, than chucks any of that content that I found to be even remotely good, out of the window. Oh well. Not Recommended..