Underworld: Blood Wars
- 1hr 31m
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This was the worst one
Was amazing !
The action is nearly relentless, only occasionally interrupted by humorless, tedious exposition, but despite the freneticism it’s almost all completely boring.
Selene seems ready to put this story behind her for most of Underworld: Blood Wars, and it’s hard not to wish that for Beckinsale, as well.
The only notable aspect of the film is that it marks the feature directorial debut of Anna Foerster, a rare example of a woman being allowed to direct a reasonably large-scale franchise film. Alas, all it proves here is that a female director can make a film of this sort that is just as listless, derivative and perfunctory as one made by a man.
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- It was originally thought that this was Kate Beckinsale's last movie playing the character Selene, but Len Wiseman has confirmed a sixth movie is in development with Beckinsale reprising her character.
- After Selene has left Prague by train heading north, an aerial establishing shot shows an Amtrak Superliner train heading across the mountains. Amtrak do not operate in Europe.
- [Final lines]
- Selene: There is no beginning, there is no end. There is only becoming.