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Well… It's here. After years of delays (production was completed in early 2011), which were blamed on everything from MGM's long-standing financial trouble to a late-in-the-game 3D conversion, "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" is finally upon us. Starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the grown-up versions of the classic fairytale characters, who have dedicated their lives to ridding the world of broomstick-riding witches, the movie attempts to mix the unstable genres of action, horror and comedy (kind of like "The Mummy" movies, except with considerably more exploding heads). So, what of "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters?" Is it much ado about nothing? A future cult classic that will be instantly misdiagnosed? Or is this seriously one of the worst things ever forged by the cinematic gods? Read on to find out. And, as Hansel advises in the movie, stay far, far away from the candy. Pro: It's Got an Okay Title Sequence The title sequence is pretty. »

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