Underworld: Evolution 2006-01-12 ( current )

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As the war between the vampires and the Lycans rages on, Selene, a former member of the Death Dealers (an elite vampire special forces unit that hunts werewolves), and Michael, the werewolf hybrid, work together in an effort to unlock the secrets of their respective bloodlines.

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Underworld: Evolution User reviews

JOHN CHARD

Oh Brother! The sequel to cult fave Underworld (2003) finds vampire warrior Selene (Kate Beckinsale) and half werewolf Michael (Scott Speedman) unravelling the truth about their respective blood lines. Just what caused the feud between the vampires and the lycans? Unsurprisingly reviews for this sequel are mixed, it's either a smart action popcorner that was warranted, or it's a huge let down after the first film. Personally I'm in the first camp, personally because it does pretty much the same things, only the story has a bit of complexity about it to try and bluff us that it's cerebral. For a film about vampires and werewolves at war it delivers all that is required in the modern era. There's lots of high energy action, blood and guts galore, CGI overdrive, fast pacing and a sexy lead actress fronting the piece. The story ticks along nicely, introducing new and interesting characters, while flashbacks fill in the gaps for any newcomers to the series. The main villain is one bad-ass winged mofo, a genuine terror that our protagonists have right to fear, and the finale is as expected a bonkers array of bloody chaos. Smartly put together by director Len Wiseman and coolly photographed by Simon Duggan (steel blues and greys), it isn't ground breaking cinema, but it's a wail of a time for those with expectation levels set at popcorn bonanza. 7/10

Cast:
  • Kate Beckinsale
  • Scott Speedman
  • Tony Curran
  • Shane Brolly
  • Derek Jacobi
Crew:
  • Len Wiseman (Director)
  • David Coatsworth (Producer)
  • Gary Lucchesi (Producer)
  • Tom Rosenberg (Producer)
  • Richard S. Wright (Producer)
Company:

Screen Gems

Country:

United States of America

Genres:

Fantasy

Release Date:

2006-01-12 USA

Run Time:

106 min

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