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A movie is supposed to take you to another reality. It is supposed to make you forget about that grocery list that you haven’t completed yet and the stresses of daily life. 471 more words

It Bites

It’s embarrassing to know that if I had seen Underworld at the age of 11 when it came out and I overheard some of the classmates I was desperately trying to be friends with say how cool it was, I would have loved it and thought “so awesome, man.” Instead, I am at the age of 24 when I have seen it for the first time in my life and know better than to fall for whatever faux-gothic slick leather cool wire-fu action flick comes out on the spurs of  830 more words

REVIEW: UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING (2012)

UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING (2012)

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As a fan of the Underworld series I was both eager and apprehensive about this 4th installment, but as the credits rolled I had a smile on my face and had a good time. 418 more words

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"Underworld: Blood Wars"

So, the fifth iteration of the Kate Beckinsale-led, Len Wiseman-conceived film franchise is out, effective yesterday:

Underworld: Blood Wars

From IMDB:

Directed by: Anna Foerster… 424 more words

Movie Reviews

Underworld: Evolution (2006)

Continuing directly from the first film, Kate Beckinsale and Scott Speedman are on the run from the first vampire, a virtually unkillable uber-vamp who wants to unleash his twin brother and uber-wolf on the world. 159 more words

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Underworld (2003)

Featuring flowing leather duster coats aplenty, CGI assisted stunts and absurdly pretty people shooting at each other in slow motion through a blue filter, Len Wiseman has obviously watched The Matrix a few too many times. 135 more words

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Total Recall (2012)

A factory worker dissatisfied with his lot decides to spice up his life and visit a memory implant service, only to discover that he is in fact an undercover secret agent and wanted fugitive. 216 more words

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