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Saturday, 11 February 2012


Domestic Total as of Feb. 5, 2012: $54,233,665
Distributor: Sony / Screen Gems
Release Date:January 20, 2012
Genre: Action Horror
Runtime: 1 hrs. 28 min.
MPAA Rating: R
Production Budget: $70 million

When human forces discover the existence of the Vampire and Lycan clans, a war to eradicate both species commences. The vampire warrioress Selene leads the battle against humankind.

What's Good About the Movie: Kate Beckinsale still looks supernaturally good in a patent leather cat suit in Underworld: Awakening, the franchise's fourth chapter, which was shot in 3-D, but is one-dimensional in every other sense. The movie is set amidst a battle between humankind, drop-undead gorgeous vampires, and feral werewolves. Why are they fighting again? Never you mind. Just sit tight till the next action sequence (it won't be long), and get ready to laugh — with equal parts scorn and fanboy joy — as Beckinsale strikes another Rodinesque pose under a slo-mo shower of inhuman innards

What's Bad About the Movie: Just the fact that Scott Speedman opted out of this film.

Overall Grade: A-


  1. I love the Underworld series. But I gave this one a C! The trilogy was great, but the 4th installment left me feeling like they are just making them to be making them!

  2. I gave this one a B-. As Thomas said it left much to be desired. They deviated too much from the original formula in order to attempt a franchise reboot. They didn't need to reboot anyway. Diehards would have still loved and supported it.




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