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Selene (Beckinsale), a beautiful vampire warrior, is entrenched in a war between the vampire and werewolf races. Although she is aligned with the vampires, she falls in love with Michael (Speedman), a werewolf who longs for the ... read more
A wonderful surprise.
Good, but nothing special.
"Wednesday, August 10th"
"The war between vampires and werewolves, will never end. And also, Love can defeat anything."
"To be quite honest, I'm not really a big fan of the Underground franchise in general, however, I do find this first chapter into the series pretty watchable. But then again, that could be because the monster-slaying she-protagonist of these stories, Selene, clad from top to bottom in that leather outfit, is just absolutely hotter that all hell. One of the few times that the most human of the characters makes me not notice the CGI effects that are supposed to drive these films. Yowza.... "
"Michael-Vampire/Werewolf Hybrid/Selene-Vampire Michael Corvin: "They'll kill you too for helping me!" Selene: "I know." "
"Wednesday, September 23rd"
" Directed by: Len Wiseman Produced by: Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, and Richard Wright Written by: Danny McBride Cinematography: Tony Pierce-Roberts Edited by: Martin Hunter Music by: Martin Haslinger Distributed by: Screen Gems"
"9.11 Areena rewatched"
“"Underworld" is interesting in that it that it is very clearly a product of its time that hit theaters at just the right moment. Any sooner or later and it would of been the target of ridicule. Alas, it was not at least not by the viewing audiences (critics weren't particularly kind). Admittedly, I am one of the ones suckered by it and I'm 100% okay with that. It came at the precise moment when the collective hunger for three films was at an all time high and it fulfilled those needs in its own distinct way. For that reason, it remains something of a guilty pleasure for some and a downright classic for others.
Let's be honest here, this movie owes a lot to the alluded to three films. These three movies had an immense cultural impact with their visual style, dense mythos, deadly s” read more