Blade 2 details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Daz Crawford, Kris Kristofferson, Matt Schulze, Thomas Kretschmann, Ron Perlman, Leonor Varela, Donnie Yen, Danny John-Jules, Luke Goss, Norman Reeduss, Norman Reedus, Wesley Snipes|
|Director:||Guillermo del Toro|
|Run time:||1 hour 57 minutes|
|Rental release:||01 Oct 2007|
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Big Let DownBy imran (165 reviews) from London , 12 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Nowhere near the quality of the first film. The effects aren't as good, the set pieces are rubbish, the baddies are scary but ultimately pointless, it is just a let down. Shame coz Blade was outstanding but I suppose it was just too much to live up to.
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BLADE 2By lazablue (14 reviews) from Abbots Langley , 15 Oct 2008
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideI THINK IS A GOOD FRILM BUT NOT AS GOOB AS THE FRIST ONE I HOPE THIS HELPS U
Blade 2By Saan (103 reviews) from Birmingham , 03 Sep 2008solid action/horror movie. excellent SD transfer and v.good DTS soundtrack.
Terrified but loving it!!!!!By Karen931 (212 reviews) from Edinburgh , 19 Aug 2008I am a real scardy-cat when it comes to horror and especially the vampire/ zombie genre, so Blade 2 had to be really worth it to get me to the cinema to see it. It quickly become one of my favourite comic to film movies and i still find it a little terrifying yet enjoyable due to the brilliant fighting and action sequences. Snipes is brilliant (not a phrase i utter often if ever!!) as the silent warrior, who will do whatever it takes to rid us of the vampire double jawed monsters. As is even more shockingly Luke Goss?!?!?!?! As the head of the vampires, all in all a very good sequel.
The most stylish and cinematically accomplished of the Blade trilogyBy tunnelweb (188 reviews) from Hamilton , 07 Aug 2008In my view, the most stylish and cinematically accomplished of the Blade trilogy, Blade II used stylish cinematic techniques which bring the threat and emotional undercurrents to the fore through strong and sometime subtle imagery - as you would expect from genius Guillermo del Toro. The plot is tighter than the first, design better, casting uniformly perfect, and the film carries a wonderful romantic and tragic subplot without any overt screentime dedicated to delivering it, bar a few scenes - it develops along with the rest of the plot, delivering a surprisingly heartwrenching ending.
goodBy a customer from MANCHESTER , 30 May 2008really good shame the bonus disc wouldn't play i am sure it would have been worth seeing