Blade Trinity on Cine+ Frisson (CanalSat)
My rating 4 of 10 stars
Despite loving the first two movies in the Blade trilogy, I had never gotten around to watch this one and it has not yet come out on Blu-ray. When it was shown on Cine+ Frisson on CanalSat I grabbed the opportunity to watch it.
It might (barely) have gotten one more star if it hadn’t been the third one in the Blade trilogy. As such it has some mighty good movies to live up to and that it doesn’t.
This time David S Goyer took to both write and direct the movie. I guess he should have stuck to script writing or something. The action scenes are not too bad. However, that’s all there is. Just a string of actions scenes barely strung together.
The worst offence of them all is Dracula. When I first learned that they brought in Dracula as the chief nemesis I thought that sounded cool. Wrong! Apart from a fairly cool look when he get really pissed off the film’s portrayal of Dracula is a joke. It’s an insult to the Dracula legends.
To sum it up, it’s 2 hours of not too bad action but a disappointment as a Blade movie.