This movie is hunting for glory! "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" have all the awesomeness that all people, who are interested in bad#$%$ films, would ever devour. In case you guys haven't known the concept about this film, it tells the story of how Hansel and Gretel not only got hunted by witches, but became hunters to kill any witch that plans to murder the missing children. But there's one thing that #$%$ me off about this film, the rating. I mean, yeah the film has a lot of bloody violence and rude language, but come on, could the director and the editor at least edit some of the bloody scenes and kinda fix the language (Just like "The Hunger Games, only for the violence). And another thing, as I look at why it's rated R, it said something about "Nudity" ,but when I saw it, I've seen no nudity in this. So, my question is: "What's the point of this film being in rated R?!" But, more to the point, "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" was the best film I've seen since "The Avengers" and "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey".