Director(s): Timur Bekmambetov
Explores the secret life of the Americas greatest president, Abraham Lincoln, and the untold story that shaped their nation. The president discovers blood-thirsty vampires are planning to take over the United States. Lincoln makes it his mission to eliminate them, becoming historys greatest hunter of the undead.
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itsweeze (25 May 2013)
Abe Lincoln Vampire Slayer is nothing short of a masterpiece. Thecinematography alone is enough to make me recommend this movie toanyone who appreciates being visually amused. Every scene is soshockingly detailed that occasionally I found myself paying moreattention to the floating dust particles than the movie itself, whichwas incredibly impressive. I remember how excited I was to see thatBurton was a part of this movie, because then it was guaranteed to bethe work of art that it is. While still being somewhat historicallyaccurate, the story is interesting with twists that I hadn'tanticipated. The action scenes were so original and intense that theyhad me stunned. I literally was in awe (eyes wide with a big smile) atthe brilliance of every sight. My expectations for this movie weredangerously high, but I was still so impressed that I wanted to standup and applaud. I had so much fun that I didn't want it to end, and Iwill go back to see it again and again. I passionately recommend thismovie to everyone that is capable of appreciating it.
cvs1988 (24 May 2013)
There are movies that if they were human would be a strong argument forbirth control; needless to say, this is one of those movies. This movieis nothing more than a $70million substitute for water-boarding. Thedismal plot of the movie comes across as a cruel experiment byHollywood to discover how poor of a script they can produce if theysimply disguise it with an endless series of CGI action sequences andslow bullet time effects. I have seen Playstation games with less CGIthan this movie displays. The bullet time effects are only appreciatedbecause they provide longer relief from the banal acting than if theydid the same scene in real time. The intended grotesque and grittyvampires come across as silly and comedic making Bella from Twilightcomparatively seem frightening. The only mentally engaging aspect ofthis movie is trying to figure out how this movie was ever allowed tobe made. Otherwise, my mind is more lifeless than the vampires frombeginning to end. I went into the movie without having highexpectations, yet I still left with an overwhelming feeling that I hadjust squandered two hours of my life with this abuse of myintelligence.
flowersflix (24 May 2013)
I read the Seth Grahame-Smith novel that Vampire Hunter is based on ayear or so ago on a whim. I was shocked to find it an engrossing pieceof writing that skillfully blended an off-beat version of horrormythology with the multi-faceted political climate that definedAmerican during the Civil War. What's more, the protagonistÂnone otherthan Abraham Lincoln himselfÂwas a vulnerable character; one thatseemed every bit as flawed as Joe Schmo next door. He'd loved and lost,and any nobler purposes that have defined him as a historical legendwere cast aside to reveal his true passion in life: vengeance.Chalk it up to the quirky title or the ridiculous juxtaposition, butthe novel was a near instant success. As is usually the case in thesesituations, spinning the book into a feature film was inevitable. I waswell aware going into the theater that much would have to be sacrificedto make the thing watchable (and to maintain a reasonable run time),but I was shocked to see that the subtlety of the novel had beenshredded in favor of bullet-time action sequencesÂthe sort that hurlyou from one location to the next without allowing a moment to processthe significance of what's just happened; the sort that kick you in thehead with their stupidity; the sort that just don't make any damnsense.To be fair, it's not all bad news. There are some thrilling sequences,but the clunky transitions that attempt to further the narrative aregrating (and the same sorts of associations readers were able to makewith Honest Abe in the novel just aren't there on the big screen).As a rule, I try to avoid comparing a movie with its literarycounterpart as it's my conviction that the film should be examined ofits own merit. Here, though, I found this an almost impossible task, asI kept mulling over the squandered potential. In essence, what directorTimur Bekmambetov and his colleagues have turned in is a Cliffsnotesversion of a unique story. I get the feeling they wanted somethingsuited for popcorn-munchiness, and there's not necessarily anythingwrong with that. But they should have considered the nuances of thesource material; the narrative butter that would have made the wholething much tastier and easier to swallow. In leaving that out,audiences are dealt a stale serving that's half burned. You know, thesort of thing that gets stuck between your teeth and it's aninfuriating nuisance until you're able to pry it out with a toothpickin hopes of achieving sweet relief.
savaget (23 May 2013)
I fully expect the movie not to be as good as the book. that beingsaid. Wow did this one fall short. I was hoping since the screenwriterand the Author of the book is the same person a fan of the book maybecome a fan of the movie. I doubt I would have seen this otherwise,and now after seeing this movie I wish I hadn't. I was at firstdisappointed but after milling it around for a day I am actually alittle upset. Mr. Seth Grahme-Smith. why when you have such anopportunity to do a film from book justice did you totally screw thisone up? The only character that slightly resembles a character from afantastically written book is Abraham Lincoln. Henry comes off as weakwhen he tried to talk president Lincoln out of fighting the civil warHe was actually a driving force for the civil war. And Adam where didhe come from? where was Edgar Allen Poe? and vampires could kill othervampires. in the end of the book when Abraham Lincoln is still aroundduring the JFK presidency he is still killing vampires. and in themovie Lincoln is supernatural. but in the book he trained very hard andstill was only able to kill one vampire at a time and usually with helpand the element of surprise. but yet now he is able to hack them downwhile running on the backs of horses I know vampires aren't real so Ishouldn't expect too much realism, but how is it a vampire can grab ahorse running full speed and toss him at a mortal man and not kill saidman. and then when they are grappling how is it that this same horseheaving vampire should struggle at all to bite Abraham's head off, justridiculous. you never understand why Abraham Lincoln has such a hatredfor vampires it would help if you could add that vampires killed isgrandfather, his mother his sister, his first love, his boys, and wereresponsible for missing children all up and down the Mississippi riverall of those things happened before Lincoln even knew about themharvesting slaves. I could go on for days. suffice th to say if youlike a good slasher film. put this one down on your list with the likesof all the scream movies, chainsaw massacre, Halloween, Friday the 13thnightmare on elm street etc...
ponder-lauren (22 May 2013)
1. For those who have read the book:This movie should not even have the honor of having the same title asthe book. There are approximately 4 characters that are the same, andthat is just because of their names. The storyline is in no way similarto the book. All movies that are based on book face the criticism of those who haveread the book. The usual is that some things are left out due to a timeconstraint, a scene or two may be added in for Hollywood drama, orcharacters may look different due to the expectations of moviegoers...This movie does not follow the usual. There is literallynothing that is the same. The characters personalities and intentionsare completely different, there is a storyline that runs throughout themovie that does not exist in the book, and there is a "main" characterin the movie that Does Not exist in the book. It is a disgrace that theauthor of the book would create a screenplay that does not only doinjustice to the book, but is Not even similar to the book. 2. For those who have not read the book:If you have not read the book, then storyline does not matter near asmuch because you don't know what happened. From a movie standpoint, theacting is sub-par, the CGI is Terrible, and the production (of which Iwas sadly disappointed in Tim Burton) was choppy and looks like itcould have been done by a high school student. All in all it is a moviethat is not worthing watching, let alone pay for. Disappointing.
drew_atreides (21 May 2013)
...i found the novel to be an entertaining diversion... I've been a fanof Timur Bekmambetov's films "NIGHT WATCH" and, especially "WANTED..I really thought there was the potential for something pretty specialhere...A b-movie classic in the making.. Sadly the film really doesn'tcome close to living up to it's potential. This is probably the poorestediting I have seen in a feature film in quite some time. I was reallylooking forward to the action sequences, but all you got was a lot ofgrey mist and blurring.The script was really dopey, too. I'm not a huge fan of the stuff theyadded for the sake of action sequences to the story, because it was allREALLY dumb. I also don't much care for the ending they opted for here.The ending of the book had a whole lot more going for it. I loved thetheme of "Some men are just too interesting to die."One giant surprise, though, was the performance from Benjamin Walker.This guy really knocks this role out of the ballpark. He has the actingchops to be a major star. It's too bad it was wasted on this poorlyedited mess!
xThe_Fury (20 May 2013)
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" is an action filled drama thatcombines American history and the popular vampire theme that moviegoers have grown up with. With the several vampire movies that havebeen released in recent years, this movie has to compete with the ideathat the audience may be tired of the genre. By adding the name AbrahamLincoln to the movie, this film just may spark a new genre of combininghorror themes with American history.Abraham Lincoln (Benjamin Walker) as a kid witnessed his mother beingkilled by a vampire and now as young man before his life in politics,he gets trained by Henry (Dominic Cooper) on how to hunt vampires. Withthis knowledge, he plans to hunt down the vampire who killed hismother. After calling it quits to pursue a career in politics, he hearsthat vampires are helping the Confederacy in the war and comes up witha plan to eliminate them and win the war.The acting in the movie was decent and tolerable; that was one of thefew things I wasn't expecting. Benjamin Walker did a good job as youngand old Abe Lincoln. The film had a lot of violence and gore, but thedirector's previous film (Wanted) had a lot too so I was expectingthat. The pace of the film was somewhat good. The balance betweendramatic scenes and action scenes is what kept the film going in thefirst half. But beginning the second half was a 20 to 30 minute sceneof Abe as President with tons of dialogue and no action and it causesthe audience to lose attention; but the end sequence restores that witha long action scene. The CGI and effects were over the top; it lookedlike Timur Bekmambetov was using the action formula he used for Wantedand it got really repetitive.Personally, I enjoyed the film. The 3D was okay, not the worst I haveseen. The CGI is overused but it is tolerable. I like the concept ofmashing U.S. history with the vampire theme and I think the filmmakersdid that well. It's not a film that I'd recommend spending $13.50 on,but it is not a bad rental. It can easily be enjoyed as a popcornflick.2 1/2 out of 5.bkstaReviews.blogspot.com
FryHigh (20 May 2013)
I've never had the pleasure of reading the book, so I went in withoutpreconceptions.It was a fun flick, good story, great FX, and come on, it's Abe killingvampires! How can it suck??Can't believe some of the low reviews people are giving it because it'snot true to the book. I wouldn't know, but for what it is, it was a tonof fun. My 8yo just loved it as well.Dinged 1 star because of an editing goof. I can see where it would makethings confusing for some who didn't recognize it as such.Overall, definitely worth the price of admission.
chatterboxsrb (19 May 2013)
Summary: The movie has horrible plot holes and inconsistencies but itmakes for a good "popcorn" movie. It can be very entertaining and funnybut outside of that, there's really not much. 6/10Characters: About 3 of the characters develop (slightly) and the restare left to rot in their horrible clichÃ© state of blandness andstereotypes. 4/10Effects: This is one of the better parts of the film. The effects aregood and at some points great. They fit well with the action scenes. Atone point in the movie, I remember it didn't feel like I was watching amovie due to the amount of action and great effects. But it wasshort-lived due to the silly plot. 8/10Plot: PFFFFFFT. It's bad. Really bad. But funny. Very funny. 5/10Should I see it?: But if you're bored one night and have some dough towaste for a couple of cheap laughs and good action scenes, this movieis fine for you.If you're looking for something deep or for a classic movie you canremember for this summer, this movie isn't it.
udoricht (18 May 2013)
If you take this movie so serious you'll be disappointed 'cause it'snot. But if you take it as fun movie, fulled of action/fantasy/horrorscenes and as what it is then you can give it a chance. Maybe, thecharacter of Abraham Lincoln defined as vampire slayer is naive andchildish and is not what you expected to see for historical importantfigure. Maybe someone thinks that this is disgrace for the character.And finally maybe someone thinks there is a storyline abstraction'cause the book is better and I don't doubt that even I haven't readit. All this defects are not so important if you like movies in thiskind of genre like Underworld, Resident Evil etc. This was a movie thatdeserves attention and give it a try.
MistyNoble1987 (17 May 2013)
While I was apprehensive going into to this film for many reasons, fromthe relatively unknown actor who portrays Lincoln to the idea thatLincoln was a vampire hunter, I called shenanigans before I even satdown to watch this film. Vampire Hunter blew my expectations out of thewater. This movies has the right amount of political portrayal mixed inwith the right amount of vampire slaying, brought to you by who otherthen perhaps America's most influential president, Abraham Lincoln. Theacting is superb, cinematography is absolutely amazing, and theportrayal of a somewhat over the top story was not overwhelmed withvampires being killed everywhere you turned. Contrary to what I thoughtwhen I first sat down to watch it, this movie did not focus solely onthe vampire aspect, but spanned Lincoln's whole life includingchildhood, love, lust, vampires and politics. Leaves me looking forwardto perhaps a Vampire Hunter sequel? I'll just settle for other filmsfrom Benjamin Walker. Great job!
carry-92 (17 May 2013)
I admit, when I first heard about this movie I was really sceptical.Who wouldn't? It sounds completely absurd even as a work of fiction.Who'd think of putting Lincoln and Vampires together in one movie? Butafter seeing the first trailer I was really looking forward to this asit had the dark mood and right amount of action you'd expect from sucha film.The movie itself is amazing. It wasn't complete fiction whereeverything was just a story. The important parts of history where inthis. Obviously not as they happened, with the Vampires, but alwayswith a touch of real happenings. The deaths of Lincolns mother Nancyand son William, the marriage with Mary Todd, travelling on theMississippi to New Orleans, his view on slavery and the war, just tomention a view. I as a Vampire fan from child days on thought the waythey were portrayed was just right. They might not have been burnt bythe sunlight and have two main fangs rather than only fangs but otherthan that the way they were shown was great. I think seeing this in 3Dwould've been even better. The action scenes were just right, maybe notas harsh as some thought but to me it didn't have to be all brutal. Infact if it would've been the rest of the story might have been pushedto the background. As I said in other reviews I always like to mentionthe music as a movie would be nothing without it. It either complementsthe film or disturbs it with unnecessary songs and sounds. The musicwas just right, adding the dark mood more intense than a picture only.Last thing: though the final scene was a nice work of graphic goingfrom past to modern present I think the movie should have ended withthe Monument done.9/10, nothing really big I can subtract besides the few little pointsmentioned. If you're a fan of mystical, fictional movies, not evennecessarily with Vampires but also just monsters, this is just for you.
jarif ayon (17 May 2013)
The fusion-ed story was not that convincing. It was an experience ofwatching some back to back trailers. Not even a single idea was clearlystated. In order to mix two different ideas, politics and horror,nothing extraordinary was there. It terms of developing the plot Ifound it hardly good enough. Visual effects were good. Actions from thevery beginning of the film were good. Although most of them were inslow motion. But only this one side was not good enough. It gave mesome thrill at the last few minutes. So I am giving it a five from mypoint of view. Though action lovers may find it somewhere between ingood and bad, it will be just to say it bad from a general view.
blackprojectionist (16 May 2013)
With all these films with Abraham Lincoln coming out this year, Ithought I'd give my two cents, beginning with Timur Bekmambetov'sadaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel Abraham Lincoln: VampireHunter. Bekmambetov is a Russian-Kazakh director who does his thingboth in Hollywood and on his home turf. Seth Grahame-Smith is afilmmaker from Long Island who has been working with Tim Burton, wrotethe screenplay for Burton's Dark Shadows. Grahame-Greene is a goodwriter. So I was interested in seeing how he would treat the story inthis turning point in our country's history. He came with the idea thatthe South had amassed a bunch of vampires who were living off the bloodof slaves. An interesting place to start a film. The film even has afreedman side kick childhood friend, "Will Johnson" in Anthony Mackey,of whom I'm a big fan. But alas, black folks were very much in theshadows of Lincoln and his martial arts master vampire killing sifu"Henry Sturges," played by Dominic Cooper. Mackey get's a tiny bit ofmartial arts action and even does a move that looks very capoeira-like,but this is a story about Lincoln, played with some charm by BenjaminWalker. It would have been a great opportunity to imagine FredrickDouglass as an ass kicking martial arts knowing vampire slayer rightthere with Lincoln. The film is a blockbuster with all the perks of ablockbuster $69 million budget, incredible animation, sweeping animatedphotography, gravity defying martial arts... it's a lot of fun, really,unless you're Black and keep feeling marginalized by not having enoughcontribution to the vanquishing of this evil which sank its roots intothe origin of slavery in this country.
shahzeb_d (14 May 2013)
Saw the movie earlier today, and must say I really liked it. Havingread the book, I wasn't sure how the movie is going to play out. I wasreally surprised by how much I liked it. Now If you are going to go seea good action movie then this will be a good choice. This is a work offiction which uses one of the greatest president of United states asthe main character and some of the historical events that happenedduring his lifetime. The acting was very well done, esp the charactersplayed by Benjamin walker and Dominic copper were very well done. Ipersonally think the whole cast did their jobs very well. Actionsequences were fun and well directed. Timur the director did a greatjob in making this movie( really liked his work in Wanted and nightwatch) . The story was changed ago some extent from how is it in thebook, and maybe would have liked to see some other parts of the bookthat were not part of the movie, but overall had a great time watchingthis movie. and will go see it again. And again this is my personalopinion, if you don't agree with it that's your choice and opinion.
leejpalmer-517-732268 (13 May 2013)
I didn't have high expectations of this film due solely to it's title.How wrong I was! This is a popcorn movie of the best sort. Ridiculouslyover the top but in a very entertaining way.The action doesn't stop from the get go and there's a narrative thatruns through the whole movie that keeps you interested.The SFX are impressive too.Performances are good, particularly Rufus Sewell who plays a very goodvillain. "Rufus Sewell" that's got to be a made up name. It's too coolto be a real name.One of the better vampire films in recent years.
Al_The_Strange (13 May 2013)
Chances are that you've already made up your mind about this film whenyou read its title. You'll either facepalm at the sacrilege of turningone of history's greatest men into something base and tasteless, oryou'll laugh your behind off. Regardless of your reaction, the film maysurprise you. Director Timur Bekmanbetov has proved himself to be amaster of orchestrating scenes of absurdity and chaos, with beautifuland awe-inspiring action scenes, and with serious demeanor. He does thesame here, orchestrating the absurdity with a straight face and plentyof style to satisfy.After "Wanted," a film so loaded with fantastic action sequences, I washoping Bekmanbetov would deliver a plethora of inspiring new setpieces.Such scenes are few and far-between in "AL:VH;" there are plenty ofshort fights with lots of style and lots of gnarly bloody mayhem, allcaptured in flowing slow-motion photography. The biggest standouts willbe the horse stampede scene, which somewhat resembles a crazy car-chasescene that swaps out the cars with horses and sends horses flying offin all directions (a very clever and inspiring scene, in my opinion,which is sadly marred by some camera shake and lots of dust on thescreen), and the climactic train battle, which will likely be comparedto the train scene in "Wanted," but I feel it's a solid stand-alonesetpiece. In terms of action, the film delivers; it's still thedirector's tamest and sanest work, but what we get would be somethingcomparable to an "Underworld" movie.The story for this madness is generally sound, believe it or not.Regardless of how you accept the idea that Abe slays the undead in hisoff-hours, the film does a fine job of weaving historical accounts andpersonal history in with the vampire storyline. I'm no Lincoln expert,so I don't really know how much of the film is accurate (I certainlydon't know how well it adapts the original novel). Accepting it as itsown little universe, I felt it was generally successful. Half of itdoes a good job of setting up the vampire story and the other half doesa good of playing out the period drama, all in an earnest manner.If there is any problem with the story, it would be in its consistency;the opening scenes whiz by really fast, before settling into a steadyand pleasing pace during Abe's youth. The story then zips throughentire years of the story, lightly covering the Civil War aspect andspeeding it up to the climax. It's very choppy, uneven pacing; Isuspect that 30-60 more minutes of scenes would have allowed the storyto breathe, allowing the pacing to flow naturally and make the filmeven more epic than it is. What we get feels like an abridged tellingof the overall story.The film definitely has style. The camera work can be a little shaky insome scenes, but there are also a lot of moments with slick slow-motionphotography. There are quite a few unique editing effects. Acting isgenerally not bad; I grew to accept Benjamin Walker as the titlecharacter, for he looked and acted the part very well. Writing is notterribly strong, but it gets the job done. This production hasdecent-looking sets, props, and costumes. As one other reviewer pointedout, however, the makeup department failed to make certain charactersage the way Lincoln does, and it can be distracting. Music for thismovie has some really awesome parts.There could have been more to the film: more crazy action, more to theCivil War scenes, more consistency to the plot, etc. Still, if you'relooking for stylish vampire-slaying action like I am, the filmgenerally satisfies. I probably wouldn't recommend this to anybodylooking for perfect cinema, or anybody who can't accept the premise ofthe film's title. For everybody else, I'd recommend checking it out asa rental.3.5/5 (Entertainment: Good | Story: Average | Film: Pretty Good)
jtypatrick (13 May 2013)
Very enjoyable and great acting and action. I enjoyed Abraham Lincoln,I found it hard at times because so much was different from the book.What was most odd was Seth Grahame- Smith Wrote both. It is like hedecided to take his idea and write a whole new story with that idea. Ithink Tiur did a good job directing not sure if he was the best, butdid a good job. THe concept of the film is how serious do you want thisstory to be, it walks a thin line. My wife enjoyed the film , as I toldher what was in the book, she wished that the had kept to a lot ofthose stories. The film was beautifully shot the LA scenes were myfavorite. Much of the history that was in the book has been left out aswell.I feel this movie would have done much better had it been releasedin October it is not a real summer type of film.
thesar-2 (12 May 2013)
I have been told it's not proper and even below this industry to call amovie "stupid" in one's review. But, damn, I will unapologetically callmost of the scenes in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter just plainstupid.Granted, I am NOT a fan of CGI, or overused Matrix tricks withoutexplanation. (I mean, reallyÂ wasn't the original Matrix almost 14 yearsago?) In this mesh of realities, which I gave kudos to for beingoriginal in idea only, some of the axe-wielding scenes, especiallyinvolving horses, were so insanely comical and cartoonish, it was hardto even like this a little bit. It also didn't help having anincredibly bland Benjamin Walker play Mr. Lincoln. (Oh, and before youspeak, I hadn't seen Daniel Day-Lewis's portrayal of the 16th Presidentup to this point yet. So, I hadn't a recent version of Lincoln tocompare this performance to.)Walker was so bad, so boring, that when scenes weren't dripping withterrible dime store fake blood, he made the rest of the movie almostcompletely unbearable. Mercifully, when on screen, which wasn't thatmuch, Dominic Cooper's Henry Sturges character, friend and mentor ofDishonest Abe, made up for some of the life that was sucked out byWalker.(I'm going to love this oneÂ ) When a vampire movie mimics the Twilightseries, it's already headed towards trouble. Here, like that kiddieseries that happily concluded last year, vampires can walk in sunshine.Apparently, they just taught themselves that talent. Abe's mommy iskilled by one vamp and as in 100s of movie plots, he wanders with rageuntil directed to fight back by pal Henry. This includes, but isn'tlimited to, cutting down an entire tree with one stroke because one canimagine it as an enemy. Hmmm.Eventually, Abe's conflicted with hunting vampires, killing the one whodestroyed his mom, true love and I guess incidentally, being thePresident of the United States.Obviously, the movie's not to be taken seriously, but c'mon. This moviewas so poorly made, so bad, that even when a decent character or sceneshows up, enough unforgivable stuff is still in your mind to dismissthe positive. Skip it and see the real-deal Lincoln movie of the year:Lincoln.
TxMike (11 May 2013)
I really like this movie. I went into watching it thinking it might becheesy but it is very well made and has a bit of good American Historyin it to boot! Plus, being a Tim Burton film, even if you don't like ityou know it will be exciting.The basic story is the real one of Abraham Lincoln, starting out in1818 when he was a young boy of 9, and ending after he, as President ofthe United States, gives his now famous Gettysburg in 1863. It includeshis meeting and eventually marrying Mary Todd.Now layer on top of that the "untold story" which involves Vampires.That part begins when young Abe awakens one night and sees his ownmother being attacked by a Vampire. From that moment he made a vow tohimself to devote his life to hunting and killing Vampires.Of course it wasn't easy, he needed help from a trustworthy Vampire whohelped train him. His great revelation was to use an axe with a silvercutting edge, allowing him to decapitate and kill Vampires.The story also uses the Vampire factor in the Civil War. When the Southfinds itself outmanned, a Vampire leader vows support, all the Vampiresthat they need. But Abe has another revelation one evening, whileholding a silver fork. If they were to melt down all the silver theycould get, and make bullets and other weapons, they could even defeatthe Vampire soldiers.The conclusion of the story focuses on the Battle of Gettysburg. Eventhough the war lasted until 1865, the defeat of General Robert E. Leeat Gettysburg in 1863 was a milestone, and the address PresidentLincoln gave is one of the most meaningful in American History.Good movie, for anyone who enjoys a good Vampire story.Benjamin Walker with appropriate makeup looks very much like theAbraham Lincoln we recognize from historical images, and he does a finejob in the title role. Dominic Cooper is Henry Sturges, the friendlyVampire who helps Honest Abe. Anthony Mackie is his life-long friend,former slave Will Johnson. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is good as Mary ToddLincoln. And always good, especially as a villain, is Rufus Sewell asAdam the mighty Vampire leader.
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