Blade: Trinity (R-rated) 2004 R CC

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The final battle begins and the trinity comes to an end! Blade is back and his enemies have grown in number since they resurrected their king, Dracula.

Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson
1 hour 53 minutes

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Blade: Trinity (R-rated)

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Genres Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, Action, Horror
Director David S. Goyer
Starring Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson
Supporting actors Dominic Purcell, Jessica Biel, Ryan Reynolds, Parker Posey, Mark Berry, John Michael Higgins, Callum Keith Rennie, Paul Levesque, Paul Anthony, Françoise Yip, Michael Anthony Rawlins, James Remar, Natasha Lyonne, Ginger Broatch, Patton Oswalt, Ron Selmour, Christopher Heyerdahl, Eric Bogosian
Studio New Line
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Snipes basically just didn't look like he wanted to do this movie.
Darrell B. Chandler
The poor comedy/humour scenes of Hannibal King, a former vampire who adds too much silly comedy relief to what is supposed to be an action film.
Rick Chen
Blade Trinity is one of the least imaginative and dullest movies i have ever seen.
The Ion

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141 of 162 people found the following review helpful By K. Fontenot VINE VOICE on December 17, 2004
When I first heard that "Trinity" was on the way, I had my reservations about it. I was worried that the film would become cluttered with heroes, what with Blade and Whistler fighting necksuckers, and now Hannibal King and Abigail Whistler thrown into the fray. Somehow, a balance is found between the heroes that keeps all of them out of each others way.

The plot is reflective of the other films in that once again the vampires are looking for a way to become daywalkers. Instead of calling up a vampire god or creating a mutant race though, they decide to go to the source of their "virus"--Dracula. Hoping to use his blood to make them perfect immortal beings and eventually herd humans like livestock to feed them, a group of vampires seeks out and revive the dark prince. He looks like something from a GWAR concert, then morphs into this medieval looking guy. Dominic Purcell portrays him, and does a better-than-average job. Parker Posey plays a vamp who is very over-the-top. At first, I didn't think she'd work in this picture, but she does a really good job. WWE fans were happy to see Triple H get his chance to flesh out a vampire with silver caps on his teeth. His character is like the schoolyard bully of the bunch. He's big and bad, but has a soft spot for Pomeranian dogs. The rest of the vampires are pretty stock as far as modern vampires go. They somehow all know martial arts, are unusually good at science, and enjoy techno music.

Wesley Snipes looks very comfortable in his role as Blade. His character has lightened up a bit as far as humor goes, but he's still one bad mama-jama. Kris Kristofferson looks comfortable as the tough old fart/father-figure Whistler. Jessica Biel was very good as Whistler's daughter, Abigail.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By D. Rumbold on March 3, 2006
Format: DVD
I remember sitting in the theater, watching the regular release of Blade:Trinity and feeling utterly lost. What happened to his car? Why was Drake so NOT scary? Why the focus on Jessica Beale when this was Blade's movie?

Then I rented the unrated version. The extra footage completely changed the movies. I felt the connection in this film that I felt with the first two. This was a Marvel movie, this was a dark and scary hero fighting even darker, scarier monsters.

Wesley Snipes was upset with the original cut. Blade simply was not Blade. With the recut, Blade walked that sword's edge between the dark and the light.

Dominic Purcell turned in a decent performance in the original cut, but in the recut, Drake was not only scary and sexy, but also tragic. This was a Dracula who was seeing the end of his race. He was creature that was watching his people fall from the status of God's to advertisements for marital aides and Drac-Cola.

I still don't get Parker Posey as a Vampire but the sly in jokes - for instance the blonde vampire named Asher and other little in jokes peppered about certainly made up for her performance.

This was the movie that should have been released, simply because we find out what happened to the damned car!
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Broome on January 23, 2006
Format: DVD
Picking up at the tail end of a a great action franchise, David Goyer manages to murder it with an extreme finality. A decisively fatal blow that the incompetent, non-threatening vampire antagonists in Blade Trinity can only dream about. While it's admirable that he would attempt to 'stamp' this film with his unique style, less flattering are the realizations early and often that (a) he fails miserably in both writing and directing and that (b) realizing both roles means he only compounds his own errors at each turn.

Directed in a Michael-Bay-remakes-Torque style, Goyer hides a water thin plot behind accelerated running, slow motion walking, more one liners then 'The Last Boy Scout', and well.. random nonsensical development. Supposedly, our storyline is that Blade, long the scourge of the vampire nation, is now the victim of a sprawling conspiracy plot wherein law enforcement and the media are used to frame him for murdering a human.

Other than making blade finally turn into a vampire it was the most logical direction to conclude the franchise. Not logical is the concurrent plot that the 'original vampire, Dracula, has been found in Syria and resurrected to lead the vampire nation. This is problematic because of the limitations of Goyer's imagination, which forces the original vampire to simply be a more muscular version of Stephen Dorff from the first film, without any of the screen presence or entertaining dialogue. The same limitations apply to the vampires' plot to kill Blade which seem to rest largely on the idea of putting him in a room in handcuffs. In fact several of the sequences including the ending seem to directly contradict everything else established about him.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Justice0309 on December 23, 2005
Format: DVD
I must say even though I was somewhat skeptical about the 'Blade' franchise when I first heard about it, the movies have thoroughly impressed me. The first film, "Blade", provided a terrific introduction into the Blade mythos. "Blade 2" expanded greatly upon the war between Blade and the vampires that was depicted in the first film. Now, New Line Cinema has released the supposed final chapter in the 'Blade' saga, "Blade: Trinity". Let me just say this, if this is truly the final chapter for Blade's movies, then it was a terrific close to an excellent trilogy.

"Blade: Trinity" finds Blade (Wesley Snipes) being constantly pursued by the authorities, and Whistler (Kris Kristofferson) trying to warn him that he will not always be around to watch his back, and that Blade should find some help in this continuing war with the vampires. But before any help could be found, Whistler is killed in a raid on Blade's headquarters. Now, Whistler is dead, and Blade is in custody, it seems all hope is lost for humanity and that the vampires will now reign supreme, especially since they have resurrected the vampire that started it all, Dracula. Hearing Blade has been captured an underground group of vampire hunters known as the Nighstalkers, are going to mount a rescue to free Blade, in hopes that he will lead them into battle against Dracula and his minions. Leading the rescue is Abigail (Jessica Biel), Whistler's daughter, and Hannibal King (Ryan Reynolds), a former vampire turned vampire hunter. After successfully freeing Blade from custody, the Nighstalkers try to convince Blade to join them, but he declines, that is until he is made aware that Dracula has been unleashed upon the world, and now it's up to Blade and the Nighstalkers to destroy Dracula and save humanity.
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