The Last Witch Hunter movie quotes take viewers into a supernatural world where one immortal witch hunter must battle to save humanity. The fantasy action movie was written by Cory Goodman, Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless. Directed by Breck Eisner, The Last Witch Hunter opened in theaters on October 23, 2015.
In The Last Witch Hunter, Kaulder (Vin Diesel) was long ago granted immortality by a Witch Queen, though as a curse rather than a perk. Because of his special condition, Kaulder has been assigned priest friends known as Dolans to protect over him. So when the 36th Dolan (Michael Caine) is about to retire and a 37th Dolan (Elijah Wood) is preparing to take over, this is a poor time for Kaulder to be faced with his toughest battle yet.
Kaulder must again save the world from assured destruction, but this time, he must do it in the Dream World where he does not have immortality. He must also align with a fellow witch hunter and witch herself, Chloe (Rose Leslie). With his life at risk, a fresh new Dolan by his side and an unlikely ally, this war will surely push Kaulder to levels he has not yet seen.The Last Witch Hunter had good competition when it opened in theaters alongside the likes of Bridge of Spies, Goosebumps, The Martian, and The Intern.
Dolan 36: You have tasted more of life than I can ever imagine but your story has no ending.
Kaulder: Do you know what it's like to live forever?
Kaulder: You're a dream walker. Get out. I need you to take me to the dream world. It's the only way to fight what's coming.
Chloe: If you die in there, you die out here.
Chloe: Who says that a witch can't hunt witches?Surprising everyone by noting that she's an ally of Kaulder, Chloe discusses her desire to go against her own kind and hunt witches while being one herself. It's a bold strategy. Let's see if it pays off.
Kaulder: The witch queen has returned to destroy us.An old friend, rather enemy, has returned to cause havoc in Kaulder's world. They don't just face the wrath of ordinary witches, rather the witch queen herself.