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Blade II (New Line Platinum Series)

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3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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Snipes/Kristofferson/Perlman/Varela ~ Blade 2

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
The cast (the blood-pack) is awesome. They're a group of vampires teamed up with Blade to take out a new breed of monster which feeds on humans and vampires. They are very VERY hard to kill as you will see. The action, music, everything is great in this movie. You can't go wrong. Wesley Snipes does an amazing job as Blade once again! Ron Pearlman is in this movie too by the way. Funny quotes in this movie too. Watch it now! Again and again! You seriously won't get enough of it!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Slow moving and relying on the past too much June 16 2003
Format:VHS Tape
Blade 2 is symptomatic of most sequels in that it is not as enjoyable as the first movie. The acting in the movie is still great and cannot be touched upon but all too often the film relies too much on flashbacks and the pace is a bit too slow for my liking. I know that sometimes a film needs to start slow sometimes and I could accept this in Blade 2 but it seems to take an age in getting out of the slow start and by the time it really begins to get in gear - it's too late and the film is almost over. Also the soundtrack isn't as powerful as the first one. It seems to be set for the goth market and it just doesn't have that same "je ne sais quoi" of the first one
I would like to reiterate that I didn't find the movie [garbage] in anyway. It is a good movie and is one of the better movies to come out of Hollywood in 2002 but it's just that there was not enough action in it and it felt a little stale. I just hope they don't make a Blade 3 because that would completely ruin the integrity that the first one had.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Blade 2: The World is Full of Vampires Nov. 23 2002
Format:VHS Tape
Do you remember the vampire movies pre 1990? These vampires preferred to go solo. Usually, someone was foolish enough to open a long-sealed crypt and let loose the undead, usually Bela Lugosi or Christopher Lee. The released vampire would generally spread havoc until he was staked through the heart. He did not have to worry about competition from other vampires. Doctor Van Helsing would keep him busy until the climax. But times have changed and so has Hollywood's vision of the undead. No longer is the vampire the well-dressed stalker who strikes at night. Now, Hollywood has given the MTV generation a cooler and hipper set of vampires. Director Guillermo Del Toro in BLADE 2 continues his own tradition as presenting not one but hundreds of vampires dancing in discos and acting like the spike-headed punkheads that Hollywood seems sure represent the bulk of the paying audience. Wesley Snipes is Blade, a half-human martial-arts vampire who is immune to the sun and to garlic. In the first BLADE, he rips apart legions of vampires, who promptly dub him Daywalker, since he fears not the sun. In BLADE 2, Snipes reprises his role that permits him to engage in non-stop action from the opening to the closing credits. When he reaches a moment that in another film another lead might pause for reflection, Snipes wastes not one moment in idle thought. He uses his considerable physical presence to dominate each scene with breathtaking special effects that the audience has since come to expect. And therein lies the problem with this movie and others of its ilk. Believability and cause and effect were deliberately excluded from the script. The world of BLADE 2 seems peopled exclusively by vampires of various sorts. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Takes the vampire genre to new levels Oct. 18 2002
Format:VHS Tape
I was going to say refreshingly new levels, as in the creative sense, but the word "refreshing" might not exactly work in this movie. For this is a bloody, gory, sadistic piece of art that gets down and dirty from the starting gate, and never lets go. It's really a terrific movie.
Why? Two reasons. First, the special effects. I've written in other reviews how I can give or take them. Sometimes they help, sometimes I find them annoying. A good movie still depends on plot, and if it's all special effects, no matter how good, there will be always something missing from the movie. In this movie, they are not only good, as in the fight scenes, which convey the speed and agility of super beings fighting each other. But they are also essential to the plot, which is reason two.
We are used to vampires being the bad guys, and this also remains for this flick. But the story takes a plot twist when Blade and his mortal vampire enemies find themselves uneasy allies. Why? Because an even more terrifying and powerful breed of monster has evolved. This new breed is kind of like a vampire, but, and this is where it becomes art, has powers and physical abilities that make the "regular" vampires look wimpy. Part of these physical abilities are very realistically shown via the special effects, and therefore essential to the plot.
I will not reveal what these new abilities are, but if you like you vampires gory, sadistic, and bloody, this one's for you. And yes, there is even some good plot thrown in, as the previously mortal enemies are forced to work together. There is also the return of Kris Kristofferson, who has been rescued from the vampires, but must be watched to see which side of the fence he's going to be playing on.
Overall, one of the best action sequels ever made.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A rollercoaster of suspense and thrills Oct. 6 2002
Format:VHS Tape
I absolutely loved "Blade". I am not familiar with the comic book character other than Blade is half human and half vampire. The special effects in that movie blew me away. I was a bit wary of the sequal but after seeing "Blade II", that movie was just as good as the first. I'm a huge vampire fanatic and the last vampire film ("Queen of the Damned") turned out to be a real turkey. "Blade II" definitely didn't disappoint me. I found the idea of Blade working with his enemies to eradicate this new breed of super vampires compelling. I must admit I was rather grossed out by these super vampires and watching them feed. When Blade rescued his mentor Whistler (Kris Kristopherson), I wondered if Whistler was going to turn out like Blade; half-man, half-vampire since he was infected with the same vampire virus. Some of the humorous moments in the movie came from Ron Pearlman's vampire character . My favorite character in the movie I have to say is the vampire named Lisa, played by Leonor Varela. I liked how strong-willed her character was. What I really enjoyed was the twists that the storyline of the movie took. I really didn't expect for how the movie ended and for one of the major characters in the film. Obviously Wesley Snipes watched "The Matrix" very carefully because a lot of the fighting scenes in the movie were heavily influenced by "The Matrix". Now while "Blade II" is by no means Shakespeare, it definitely is one of the few modern vampire films that I thoroughly enjoyed without nitpicking the storyline apart. Truly an action classic.
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