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Blade II (Widescreen) (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Wesley Snipes
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: Sept. 3 2002
  • Run Time: 117 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006D29Z
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #67,288 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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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

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Après l’échec cuisant de Blade, les studios New Line ont eu la bonne idée de confier la réalisation du deuxième épisode des aventures sanglantes et stylisées du chasseur de vampires au réalisateur d’origine mexicaine Guillermo del Toro, remarqué pour son film d’épouvante El Espinazo del Diablo.

Aux prises avec une lignée mutante de vampires vicieux, qui se nourrissent de leurs congénères, Blade (Wesley Snipes) est obligé de conclure une alliance avec ses ennemis de toujours : les vampires eux-mêmes. Les proies deviennent alliées, mais doit-il réellement leur faire confiance ?

Les références pleuvent dans le film de Guillermo del Toro. De Alien à The Matrix, en passant par From Dusk Till Dawn et Tigre et Dragon, la parenté avec tout ce que le cinéma d’action a donné de meilleur est évidente, sans que le résultat ne soit tout à fait à la hauteur. Bien que les scènes de combat soient chorégraphiées au millimètre près, les éclairages minutieusement travaillés, les mouvements de caméra aussi souples que ceux d’un serpent, et le héros, qui ne fait ni dans la dentelle ni dans le sentiment, parfaitement en contrôle, il semble manquer quelque chose à ce Blade II en forme de bédé ultra-graphique et ultra-violente. Un peu d’âme, peut-être ? --Helen Faradji


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CyborgDude on Aug. 19 2006
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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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on June 5 2009
Format: DVD
Listen to the director commentary, and you'll hear Guillermo del Toro saying that he wanted the Blade sequel to be a fun, gory, comic-booky experience.

Well, he succeeded. Grotesquely gory and full of rapid-fire violence, "Blade II" is unashamed of its animeish action sequences and tongue-in-cheek humor ("Catch you later!"). Wesley Snipes and del Toro give it a suitably monstrous charm, although David Goyer's leaden dialogue bogs down many promising scenes.

While a monstrous hooded vampire preys on other vampires, Blade (Snipes) manages to track down his vampirized mentor Whistler (Kris Kristofferson) and cures him of his vampirism.

Then a pair of vampire ninjas arrive, bearing a message for Blade: ancient vampire lord Damaskinos (Thomas Kretschmann) wants to meet with him. Turns out there's a monstrous vampiric mutation called the Reapers loose -- highly contagious, really disgusting, and preys on humans and vampires alike. Blade reluctantly agrees to work with the elite vampire assassin squad called the Bloodpack.

Of course, tensions run high between the vampires and the little gang sworn to kill them -- especially when they arrive at the rave club House of Pain and lose some of their number. Blade takes on the Reapers' leader, Jared Nomak (Luke Goss), only to discover that there are some nasty secrets behind the Reapers' origins. And Damaskinos' plans are far nastier and further-reaching than anyone could have guessed.

Those expecting a copy of the first "Blade" movie should leave the building now. Guillermo del Toro's direction gives "Blade II" a very unique flavour all its own -- it's faster, more grotesque, more fantastical, and more infused with quirky humor.
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By falcon TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Oct. 20 2007
Format: DVD
"Blade 2" is obviously the sequel to the original.David S Goyer once
again wrote the script,based on characters created for Marvel Comics by
Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan.Guillermo del Torro takes over the
directing reigns from Stephen Norrington.the storyline this time around
is more complex than the original.the original had a pretty basic
storyline,which is fine for Blade's introduction.now that Blade's
character has been somewhat fleshed out,a stronger storyline has to be
established.so there is an interesting twist in this film.the stronger
story makes the movie more dramatic,so there are less action
sequences.the story is slower of course,but it is worth it.a more
human, sensitive side of blade is revealed.there are still plenty of
action scenes,many of which are more spectacular this time
around.Wesley Snipes reprises his role of "Blade",of course,and Snipes
really gets to show off his fighting prowess and athleticism in this
installment.the direction is as good as the original,though it has its
own style.the special effects are improved here,and the tone of the
film is darker in general but there are little touches of mild humour
added.the music is again well suited to the movie.overall, a good
follow up film. a solid 4/5
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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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