Blade Ii

Blade Ii

A rare mutation has occurred within the vampire community - The Reaper. A vampire so consumed with an insatiable bloodlust that they prey on vampires as well as humans, transforming victims who are unlucky enough to survive into Reapers themselves. Blade is asked by the Vampire Nation for his help in preventing a nightmare plague that would wipe out both humans and vampires.

After the events with Deacon Frost, Blade continues to destroy as many vampires as he can. Reapers, a new breed of super-vampire that feed off humans and vampires, emerge with plans for world domination and Blade must team with the Bloodpack, an elite team of vampire warriors specifically trained to hunt him, in order to defeat this new menace. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Hajime M (au) wrote: criticizing story on modern world.we justify exploiting the lower layer in the name of a global happiness balance.i feel a same sense as "Brazi"l directed by Terry Gilliamdo not expect SF or Action movie.I love Bong Joon-ho anyway.?????????????????????SF??????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Miss Nneka (br) wrote: Its a great movie on how sexual relationships actually turns into love

Miki F (de) wrote: It's a history of an Italian immigrant family. We realised that Cinema is made by Memory.

Bryn C (it) wrote: This needs to be remade! The film was pretty dodge, but there was moments of pure genius that could equate to an awesome film if it was made properly. For an 80s horror though, the original was fun and hugely enjoyable. And again, at least it wasn't Wes Craven's Shocker...

Kevin Y (gb) wrote: A film about the struggle of a united people. while the French may have won the battle, the Algerians would win the war. This is a telling story of how united people cannot be stopped.

Lisa M (es) wrote: Marc Warren was amazing as Dracula!!

Tanner M (fr) wrote: A brilliant first appearance of Chucky. This movie will have you on the edge of your seat from the start all the way to the twist ending. It's impossible not to enjoy this movie.

Charmaine T (jp) wrote: Review In short: "Get over yourself" This is a cast of NYC characters spewing the most overblown, preachy yet angst-ridden, and ultimately dull dialogue ever. It is NOT the valentine to the tiny perfect snow globe of a city the director is aiming for. A brainy Jewish professor of philosophy who has NEVER left his upper east (west?) side village enclave to experience the real world in 34 years? (Think of Fargo's airport hotel restaurant scene as real 'reality'). A black, drug ridden (yet brilliant Amherst educated) man who quotes philosophers in the corner store, is in so much pain (which is never explained) that he refuses all help. The alcoholic, brilliant, pretty white moms who give up corporate life in the big apple to raise too-wise kids and snark at each other? The standard cheater husband who learns his lesson? Kirsten Stewart is the perfect self abusing grad student choking out her brilliant pain. I can't see this film as a jewel it was intended to be, it just feels stuffy. Planting cabbages indeed. Rex Reed's review is perfect.

Mae S (ca) wrote: started off good but got boring real quick.