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PREY (2022) – Movie Guide | Movie Reviews for Christians

PREY (2022) – Movie Guide |  Movie Reviews for Christians

PREY is a science fiction film on Hulu in which a group of Comanche Indian warriors on the American Plains in 1719, led by a hunter and his sister, battle an alien hunter equipped with futuristic technology. Part of the Predator franchise, the film focuses on Naru and her brother, Taabe, members of the Comanche tribe. Naru wants to hunt with the young men, but the men laugh. Her brother, Taabe, is sympathetic, but he doubts that she is up to the task. Both will be tested when the Predator alien attacks the tribe’s warriors and a group of French fur trappers.

PREY is incredibly well filmed and edited. The action is intense. The film’s biggest drawback is the bloody violence in the third act, in which the Predator alien kills many Comanche Indians and many French fur trappers. PREY also has four obscenities, two of which are in French. In addition, there is a feminist subtext to Naru’s desire to hunt with the young men. However, PREY emphasizes courage, empathy and sacrifice above all else. That said, extreme caution is advised due to the film’s gory, intense violence.

(B, C, FeFe, L, VVV, N, AA, M):

Dominant worldview and other worldview content/elements:

Lightly moral, redemptive worldview emphasizes courage, empathy and willingness to sacrifice, marred by a feminist subtext

Foul language:

Two obscenities in English, two obscenities in French

Violence:

Extreme, intense gory violence where a large alien predator guts a wolf and is shown from a distance holding up the wolf’s head and spine, the alien cuts a bear and holds it above his head to bathe in the animal’s blood, the alien cuts off the arm of an Indian brave, alien chops the body of another brave, a blood splatter occurs when the alien catches up with another brave he has been chasing, alien decapitates several men, alien gets his arm chopped off, Indians use spears and axes to fight aliens, and the dead body of a brave Indian has an arrow in his eye, plus lots of strong action violence includes young woman loses her balance and falls from a tree limb, young woman gets stuck in a swamp and has to get to safety, woman has to run from a bear and swim into a beaver pond , bear tries to grab her with its snout as she cowers in the beaver dam, fur trappers shoot guns at aliens, aliens shoot their arrows at the people, aliens use a sharp two-bladed knife in fighting people and to s s tick the head of a rattlesnake, the dog’s tail gets caught in a trap, but the owner puts some mud medicine on it, the woman’s ankle gets caught in a trap, and fur trapper knocks young woman unconscious

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Sex:

No sex

nudity:

Upper male nudity as Comanche hunters go bare-chested

Alcohol use:

Alcohol use by French fur trappers and some of them appear to be a bit drunk one night

Smoking and/or drug use and abuse:

No smoking or drugs; and,

Various Immoralities:

French trappers kidnap two Comanche Indians and use them as bait, and young men mock a young woman who wants to hunt with them.

PREY is a science fiction film on Hulu in which a group of Comanche Indian warriors on the American Plains in 1719, led by a hunter and his sister, battle an alien hunter equipped with futuristic technology. PREY is an incredibly well-crafted, exciting adventure, but the battles between the humans and the aliens at the end are bloody and violent, so extreme caution is advised.

Part of the Predator series, the film focuses on Naru and her brother, Taabe, members of a Comanche tribe living on the American Plains in 1719. They speak both Comanche and English. Naru wants to join the young men hunting, but the men laugh at her hunting skills. Her brother, Taabe, is sympathetic, but he doubts that she is up to the task. So, Naru practices even more. Her dog, Sarii, is a constant companion.

Meanwhile, an alien Predator fighter starship escapes at the foothills nearby. The predator engages its cloaking device and takes off down the mountainside.

The same thing says, a mountain lion kills one of the Comanche hunters. The other hunters search for their friend. Naru will join them. The other men say no, but her brother reminds them that Naru is a good tracker and knows medicine. As night falls, they find their injured companion, and Naru uses the herbal medicine skills her mother taught her.

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Taabe wants to continue the hunt for the lion. Naru wants to join him, but Taabe orders her to join the men who take the injured man back to their village. Naru warns his brother that something must have scared the lion away or their friend would be dead.

On the way back to the village, Naru finds a dead rattlesnake skinned by the Predator. The men think it was a bear, but the tracks around the snake indicate something that walks on two legs. So, Naru and another man go to warn Taabe.

After reaching Taabe, Naru suggests that they bait the lion and wait to attack it from the trees. But as Naru and the other brave Comanche wait for a tree limb, the lion grabs the braves and appears right next to Naru. A strange sound, apparently coming from the as yet unknown Predator, distracts Naru and she loses her balance and falls.

Naru wakes up in the village and learns that Taabe took her home and went back out after the lion. Taabe soon returns with the carcass of the lion. Because of Taabe’s bravery, the commander chooses Taabe as war chief. However, during the tribe’s celebration, Naru tells Taabe that they must go back out, beyond the ridge, and kill the thing that scared the lion and killed the snake. Taabe reminds her that he was the one who killed the mountain lion and that he had to carry her back to the village. “I can hunt,” Naru says. “You tried,” Taabe replies, “but you didn’t bring it home.”

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The next morning, Naru and her dog go to hunt the Predator. She bravely returns to the place where they found the injured. She uses a stick to measure the predator’s footprint and finds a small splash of the alien’s green blood.

Nearby, the predator uses its infrared device to see a wolf running after a rabbit. The alien confronts the wolf, kills it, takes it away and celebrates his kill.

Meanwhile, Naru and her dog continue to track the predator. The next day, the predator hears the dog barking, so he starts tracking them.

Eventually, the Predator attacks Naru and a group of Comanche braves sent by her brother to take Naru back to the village. Subsequently, Naru and her brother are kidnapped by a group of French fur trappers, who use them as bait to attract the predator. A great battle ensues.

PREY is incredibly well filmed and edited. The natural environment of the Comanche village is beautifully photographed and the action is intense. In addition to fighting the alien, Naru gets trapped in a swamp and encounters an angry bear as well as the mountain lion.

The film’s biggest drawback is the bloody violence in the third act, in which the Predator alien kills many Comanche Indians and many French fur trappers. PREY also has four obscenities, two of which are in French. In addition, there is a feminist subtext to Naru’s desire to hunt with the young men. When her mother asks her why she has to hunt, Naru replies that she has to because everyone tells her she can’t. On the positive side, however, PREY emphasizes courage and sacrifice throughout the story. That said, extreme caution is advised due to the film’s gory, intense violence.

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