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Bloodrayne (Unrated Director's Cut)

Kristanna Loken , Ben Kingsley , Uwe Boll    Unrated   DVD
2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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1.0 out of 5 stars Really? Feb. 6 2014
By Simon Bergeron TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Video game movies have always been a tricky beast to tame. None of them could ever really deliver on the promises they made because they often strayed too far off the original material.

Here, a new low has arrived (until Bloodrayne 2 and 3 came by). Even if Rayne is a Damphir (a half human half vampire creature), she shows none of the talents or wisdom, thanks to a witless script and very boring conversations between characters who can do nothing else but argue instead of looking at the camera and say "want your money back?"

Uwe Boll flicks (not movies, let alone films) are pretentious, boasting an empty chest and barking without any bite. They show no substance and very little style, and once more, a video game that had "some" promises is left bleeding to death.

If you really care about special features, your best bet is to look for interviews with the man himself, who seems to like to complain why people hate him (pick a wild guess!) and answers his phone during a commentary track (I don't remember if it's this particular title). There is a meagre making-of where everyone goes EPK and says how Boll managed something and what a visionary he is.

With this much (or this less) meat to hold on to, your hopes better be very low for anything Uwe Boll related. His big-budget days are looking like they're behind him for good... all that is needed is for the man to find a true artistic voice, but there's nothing suggesting that will happen.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Bloodyrayne bad Feb. 22 2007
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
Uwe Boll is an inspiration to hopeful filmmakers everywhere. He proves that no matter how talentless you are, studios will still give you money.

Well, how do you explain a movie like "BloodRayne" otherwise? The infamous Boll's new film is yet another example of cinematic ineptitude, with bad acting from B-list stars, an atrocious script, and a plot that is actually thinner than the original video game. Someone put this movie out of its misery.

Rayne (Kristanna Loken) is a dhampir -- half human, half vampire, the result of a vampire raping a human. Escaping from a life as a sideshow freak, she decides to go kill her daddy Kagan (Sir Ben Kingsley). And Kagan is trying to grab the magical body parts of an ancient vampire, which will make him invincible.

Since Rayne is a good bloodsucker (animals and bad guys) she happily joins a band of vampire-haters, the Brimstone Society. Vladimir (Michael Madson), Sebastian (Matt Davis) and Katarin (Michelle Rodriegez) join forces with Rayne. But to stop Kagan, they will have to deal with his vicious vampire hordes.

If "Buffy" had ripped off "Blade" and "Lord of the Rings," then the result might have been something like "BloodRayne." Yes, the film is that unoriginal -- Uwe Boll tears off chunks of hit movies, and splatters them together into a movie of his own. But it cannot hide this simple fact: Boll has the skills of a mentally backward Yorkie.

Well, Boll is trying hard. He really, really tries hard to make this a thrilling, stunning adventure. But the entire movie is strangled in his ineptitude -- the action is Monty Pythonesque at best, with silly wrangling and geysers of blood. Lots of dismemberment. Funny sex against the jail bars. It's all almost campy, but somehow it's too inane to be.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars nothing can save bloodrayne . June 2 2006
Format:DVD
This film was worse than ultraviolet.

an amazing peice of garbage, and i love alot of bad films.

even seeing Kristanna Loken topless did not help this film.

do not buy it, rent it or see it.

you WILL want the 95 min of your life back.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars When good actors take bad roles.... June 1 2006
Format:DVD
With a cast like Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen, Billy Zane, Michael Pare, & Michelle Rodriguez, I gave this movie a chance at being good, or at least campy. It was neither. Most of the acting, dialogue & editing was very sub-par. Plot holes and unexplained tangents were scattered throughout. The last few minutes of the movie on this DVD, they show the blood scenes that happened throughout the movie.....a recap? It made no sense. 1 star is the lowest I am able to give this movie. Unless you are obsessed with Uwe Boll and think him as the new Ed Wood, definitely pass this one by.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars an entertaining 95 minutes (3.5/5) Nov. 26 2007
By falcon
Format:DVD
Bloodrayne won't win any awards,but i did enjoy it.it was very
stylistic,and had lots of action.set in 18th century Romania,it's
basically a story of vampires vs non-vampires.the story is mainly there
is more to it than this,but that is the gist of the movie.i thought
Kristanna Loken did a fairly good job in the title role as Rayne,but
the same cannot be said of the rest of the cast.(more on that later)the
movie is very graphic in its violence and blood lust,almost
pornographic at times,in my opinion.however many of the death scenes
are done poorly,so they do not look realistic.this has the effect of
making the violence seem less graphic,if that makes any sense.the
acting is not stellar by any means as much of the dialog is delivered
in mono syllabic tones.as well,many of the actors slip in and out of
their accents.the actors appear to be sleepwalking through their roles
through much of the movie, and seemed to put very little effort forth
here.however,considering some of the dialog the actors had to work
with,they can be excused somewhat for their delivery.there are also
gaps in logic in some of the plot and some outright ridiculous
scenes.the ending makes no sense at all.at least if it does,i missed
it.however,some of the fighting scenes i thought are well
choreographed.the movie is not at all boring,just not that well
made.despite its flaws,i enjoyed it for what it is, an action adventure
movie.if you're expecting great acting,great plot and realistic death
scenes,you won't find it here.nor will you find a great deal of
originality. however, if you merely wish to be entertained for about 95
minutes,than this is the movie for you.so shut off your brain and
enjoy. 3.5/5
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