The SA directed movie 'Hunter Killer' was competently done says film critic

In the movie review, film critic Gayle Edmunds shares her views of the South African directed movie 'Hunter Killer', and adds her insight surrounding the remake of the 'Lion King'.

Edmunds says that Disney has found a formula to remake their stuff to gain a profit.

I'm excited about the remake of the Lion King because it has a great cast, and anything with John Kani will be a winner adds Edmunds.

The Lion King is going to be a biggie.

Gayle Edmunds, film critic

Edmunds then shifted the conversation to chat about the South African directed movie ' Hunter Killer'.

One of the biggest problems with the film is that the dialogue was repetitive says Edmunds.

Gerard Butler plays the same role and it was competently done she adds.

Edmunds says that if you like rescue movies, then you'll enjoy it.

You can sit for two hours to watch it but you're really going to have to switch your brain off because it doesn't have anything new to offer.

Gayle Edmunds, film critic

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