The film was released on November 24, 2016, in various countries and was subsequently released in the United States on January 6, 2017, by Screen Gems. It received generally negative reviews and has grossed over $81 million worldwide, against its production budget of $35 million.
A final film, titled Underworld: Blood Wars, was released internationally on November 24, 2016, and in the United States on January 6, 2017. The series received generally negative reviews from critics, but amassed a strong fan following and grossed a total of $539 million, against a combined budget of $207 million.
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Worldwide. Underworld: Blood Wars is a 2017 film starring Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Lara Pulver, Tobias Menzies, Bradley James, Peter Andersson, James Faulkner, Clementine Nicholson, Daisy Head, Oliver Stark and Charles Dance, directed by Anna Foerster, written by Cory Goodman and produced by David Kern, Gary Lucchesi, Tom Rosenberg, Len Wiseman and Richard S. Wright .
Underworld: Blood Wars: Directed by Anna Foerster. With Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Tobias Menzies, Lara Pulver. Vampire death dealer Selene (Kate Beckinsale) fights to end the eternal war between the Lycan clan and the Vampire faction that betrayed her.
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Underworld: Blood Wars is an American feature film of the horror and action genres. It is the fifth installment in the Underworld film series and was directed by Anna Foerster. The screenplay was written by Cory Goodman based on a story treatment by Goodman and Kyle Ward. The film was produced...
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Underworld: Blood Warsis directed by Anna Foerster and stars Kate Beckinsale and Theo James. The film again follows Selene (Beckinsale) as she continues to avoid both the Lycan and Vampire clans who are still coming after her. The Lycans are after Selene in order to discover the location of her daughter Eve whose blood could be the key to creating an army of Hybrids (someone who can be both Lycan and Vampire). The Vampires, meanwhile, are after Selene for killing Vampire Elders.
Let’s be honest, other than the rather impressive cult following for these movies that somehow keep getting sequels made, no one’s looking forward to another poorly shot and directed horror-action movie that’s covered in that blue Instagram filter. Despite this notion, the movie has been marketed like crazy on television and social media, hoping to convert new people to the franchise (like that would happen). All joking aside, the film could do good business if it is a moderate success. Without the major competition that movies in other months get, the film has already made $42.1 million on a $35 million budget from early release overseas. The franchise continues to defy the odds and make profitable movies despite the highest rated movie of the franchise is only at a mere 31% on Rotten Tomatoes. So that begs the question, how does Underworldsucceed? I can’t say I have the answer to that, but it probably doesn’t hurt that Kate Beckinsale is in tight leather for the entirety of the mo...
Moving on, the movie has a serious case of what I like to call the “Phantom Menace disease.” The creative team attempts to move the plot forward by constant meetings of people sitting and talking or standing and talking and tries to pass it off as compelling storytelling. Most of the dialogue is said very monotone and is also lifeless. You are unable to latch onto any characters and are more likely to fall asleep. Kate Beckinsale is a good actress, but she doesn’t really show it in Underworld: Blood Wars. There’s nothing much for her character Selene to do in this movie. She has certainly been built up as our main hero who kicks all sorts of Lycan tail. But, she mostly gets smacked around for practically the entirety of the movie while Theo James’ character David is pushed into the limelight. Nothing about the characters is fun or memorableas we are left without a main hero to truly root for.
When the characters are finally done talking to each other and the action occurs, the scenes are so choppily put together that it makes the fights almost incomprehensible. The editing of Blood Wars is pretty sloppy throughout the rest of the film for that matter. Scenes are curiously patches together that cause a lot of moments to feel disjointed. There’s some pretty terrible slow motion shotsthat you can easily tell were not meant to be slow motion because they weren’t captured on a camera with enough frames per second to smooth out the motion. The film even tries to sneak the exact same shot that it used previously in the film past you. That just shows laziness if you ask me. Now when you review a film, the best way to do so is to grade a movie on how well it made the movie it attempted to make. You would never grade Schindler’s List on the merits of a comedy. You would never, ever grade a movie like Underworld: Blood Wars like it was suppose to be an Oscar contender. Rather, Bloo...
To conclude, Underworld: Blood Wars is a plodding, boring movie that fails to be memorable in any way possible. It gets an F. Congratulations Underworld: Blood Wars, you’re the first F-graded moviein MovieBabble’s history! I’m sure you’ll hold this distinction proudly. ________________________________________ Thank you so much for reading! Have you seen Underworld: Blood Wars? Comment below with your thoughts! If you liked this article, please feel free to like, share, and subscribe. What should I discuss next, whether it’s old or new, the choice is up to you!
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