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Blade 3: Trinity

  • compiled by Jeffrey Overstreet Copyright Christianity Today International
  • 2004 1 Jan
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Blade 3: Trinity
from Film Forum, 12/09/04

Blade franchise continues with an unholy Trinity

Mainstream critics are driving stakes into the heart of the lamentable new action/horror sequel Blade: Trinity. This latest in the franchise starring Wesley Snipes is being described as "shallow" and "mind-numbing."

Only one religious press critic has reviewed the film so far. David DiCerto (Catholic News Service) says, "Sitting through Blade: Trinity … is about as fun for viewers as a garlic bubble bath would be for the movie's fanged femme fatale. Violent and vacuous, the bloodfest … dishes out the same headache-inducing action sequences, tedious gore and cheesy dialogue as did the first two installments."

from Film Forum, 12/16/04

Blade: Trinity: Suffering through the latest installment in the popular Blade vampire/action franchise, Christopher Lyon (Plugged In) says that director David Goyer "lightens the tone a bit by reaching more for humor and straight-ahead action sequences than for apocalypse and darkness. The action is as bloody as ever, but this outing delivers more car chases, explosions and fight scenes than previous ones. Meaning that the film accomplishes exactly what it sets out to do—use graphic violence, graphic language, crude humor and an unchallenging plot to capture its target audience for a forgettable 105 minutes."

Lori Souder (Christian Spotlight) says, "I could hardly wait until it was over. This movie was a total waste of time—nothing remotely entertaining or worthwhile. Blade: Trinity was a big disappointment after the other two movies which I thought had well written plots and somewhat believable characters."

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