Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is an entertaining alternate history lesson detailing how old Honest Abe saved the country from evil bloodsuckers during the Civil War. Who knew? Directed by Timur Bekmanbetov, who directed Wanted, the movie is fast paced and frenetic, which is the director's signature style. Sometimes the action moves too quickly from one scene to another, glossing over large amounts of time, and at other times lingers too long on scenes that do not drive the narrative forward. My biggest complaint is the extreme overuse of cgi effects, some of which are not top quality and tend to look cheap. Benjamin Walker makes a fine Abe Lincoln, and looks like he could be the younger brother of Liam Neeson. Despite some structural flaws Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is an entertaining mix of history, horror and action. It didn't do too well in it's theatrical run, but at home it makes a great time passer that you don't have to think about too much. Recommended.
PS: It was pretty hard to understand what you said at first. I suggest refreshing your English grammar.
You do realize this was based off of a book? A book that was published with the understanding that it was nothing more than an funny parody.
Its clear you are already have a very anti-american pop culture attitude so i doubt anything I say will make a difference.
Sure, Americans are not "respectful" compared to other countries, but personally I'm glad. I'm Indian. I know all about "respecting" your elders and trust me when I say I am VERY happy not to have grown up in that kind of environment.
I first expect this be more of a comedy like 'Pride Prejudice and Zombies' but I kinda like this twist better.