The London Assignment

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The amount of talent in this film is unbelievable and what's more unbelievable is how bad Hugh Jackman's voice acting is seriously dude just stick to doing musicals and playing Wolverine.Now even tho the live action film wasn't that good the film did make 0 million against a 0 million dollar budget.When the action is done well it is generally exciting to see there's lots of cool looking flips and visuals but just when it gets exciting it then becomes very generic and boring to look at.

The amount of talent in this film is unbelievable and what's more unbelievable is how bad Hugh Jackman's voice acting is seriously dude just stick to doing musicals and playing Wolverine.Now even tho the live action film wasn't that good the film did make 0 million against a 0 million dollar budget.When the action is done well it is generally exciting to see there's lots of cool looking flips and visuals but just when it gets exciting it then becomes very generic and boring to look at.

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So Universal if they wanted could have made an animated sequel but for some reason they chose to make a prequel and they must have known that they didn't have enough of an interesting story because this "film" is around thirty minuets so it's know where close to feature length.

The animation for this "film" was done by Sunwoo Entertainment who have worked on a lot of impressive shows some examples include Dark Wing Duck , Rugrats and Talespin.

Set in London in 1889, the animation features the voices of Hugh Jackman (who also stars as Van Helsing in the live action film) and Robbie Coltrane as Mr Hyde.

VAN HELSING - THE LONDON ASSIGNMENT presents an animated prequel to the feature film VAN HELSING, starring Hugh Jackman.

Animation fans it's very rare for me to review a film that isn't feature length but here we are i've found something that is worth reviewing and yeah it's pretty freaking bad so here is my review of Van Helsing: The London Assignment don't worry if you havn't heard of it nobody has but chances are you've heared of it's live action counterpart tho.

The plot to this movie finds Van helsing and his mate Friar Carl sent to London to investigate a series of murders and find that they are connected to the mysterious Dr. I'll admit that the plot is kind of interesting since it does have an interesting twist but then again it's set in the world of the 2004 Van Helsing movie and yes this movie is a prequel so you know right away who's going to come out on top.

It was directed by Sharon Bridgeman with a script written by Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Judith Reeves-Stevens.

The movie was produced by Universal Pictures and released direct-to-video by Universal Studios Home Entertainment on May 11th, 2004.

That right there explains so much about this movie because while it is well made and the story is interesting it's also trying to explain certain things that appear in the 2004 movie and those are the things that just don't work.

The action can at times be pretty exciting to watch but at the same time there's a lot of just plain boring action scenes as well.

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