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Happy Feet (2006)
8/10
"I do not want to live in a world without Penguins!"
21 January 2020
During the mating season, male and female Emperor penguins seduce each other with song. Until one day a penguin came into the world completely unable to sing, but an incredible talent for tap-dancing.

The script is somewhat original, but it essentially delivers the good old story of growing up, of sticking out, of seeking your true self and the need to be accepted and loved. A story of genuine friendship, courage, and true love. Nothing new, but it doesn't make it any less wonderful. The powerful emotion this movie conveys from the start is complemented by good animation, a strong cast that gives voices to cartoon characters (Robin Williams, Brittany Murphy, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, ...) and a superb soundtrack (John Lennon, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Lionel Richie, ZZ Top, Elvis Presley, Freddie Mercury,...).

The film won an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year and brought Prince the only Golden Globe of his career. But even if all this means nothing to you, can you really resist a movie about Penguins?!

8/10
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Scarface (1932)
7/10
"Do it first, do it yourself, and keep on doing it."
17 January 2020
The better-known De Palma's "Scarface" (1983), starring Al Pacino, is a remake of the half-century older adaptation of the novel by Armitage Trail. Hawks' "Scarface" (1932) is considered one of the best films of all time, it was nominated for the Top 100 Greatest American Movies by the American Film Institute, and it's one of the most influential films in the genre. But in its time hit caused serious controversy and was banned for alleged glorification of gangsters. A violent action-drama about the rise and fall of the unscrupulous Chicago gangster during Prohibition. With all due respect for the impact this movie had on the genre, to me, the movie was nothing special. I have no complaints, but it did not leave a particularly strong impression. Interesting for one watch.

7/10
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6/10
"He'd kill us if he got the chance."
15 January 2020
Technically, the movie is well-made, but nothing really stands out. As a mystery and a thriller, it fails terribly, because the story is totally uninteresting, it never held my attention for a moment, and there is not even "t" from the tense atmosphere. The only bright spots are the performance of Gene Hackman and the characterization of his character, whose moral dilemma classifies this Coppola's achievement into mediocre psychological dramas, as well as sound and music in the film. The finale is slightly stronger, but not enough to improve the overall impression.

6/10
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Dread (2009)
8/10
"I suppose that is the worst part of it all. You live with the notion that the thing that causes you the most terror could come back at any time."
13 January 2020
Perhaps this film does not deserve such a high rating, but as the adaptations of my favorite horror stories are too often tragicomic, one that really deserves to be associated with Barker's name had to acknowledge with a higher mark.

Three young people decide to do a thorough study of human fears, but interviewing volunteers with traumas from the past is not enough for their "leader", so he decides to take the research to the next level, experimentally facing his subjects with their greatest fears.

The movie is R-rated for "strong bloody violence, disturbing sadistic content, graphic sexuality, nudity, and language", but it doesn't come down to these elements like most classic slashers, but they are there to spice up and amplify a pretty good psychological horror-thriller, which is based on a strong story, good characterization, and a tense atmosphere. Another big plus is that it starts slowly and casually, in the style of "Kinsey" (2004), gives us half the movie time to get to know the characters and bond with them, and only then does the drama gradually grow into a thriller and then into a horror, so once we get attached to the characters, the horror elements are really effective.

8/10
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Ecstasy (1933)
4/10
The movie that made Hedy Lamarr change her name
11 January 2020
In its time, this Czech drama was banned for obscenity. The controversy went so far that Hitler and Pope personally spoke against it. In addition to the story of adultery and nudity, which at the time was enough to cause controversy, it is considered the first non-pornographic film to show sexual intercourse (simulated, of course) and a close-up of a woman's face during orgasm. The lead actress changed her name after this movie to distance herself from it. I support. She should be ashamed, but not for obscenity. I wish it was half as good and interesting as it was controversial. With the best will, I have nothing to praise in this movie.

4/10
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7/10
"You can come and play now"
7 January 2020
Spielberg's classic "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" is not so much SF dealing with aliens as it is a drama that predicts humanity's reaction to an event like this. While, on the one hand, it depicts ordinary people and the ways in which UFO encounters change their lives, as well as how they respond to these encounters, on the other, it is a critique of how the authorities intervene in these situations. The story is simple, down-to-earth, human, and acting convincing. The visual effects are fascinating for the seventies, and for the sound effects it won the Special Achievement Award of the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. There are also eight Academy Awards nominations, of which it won the Best Cinematography. But aside from the spectacular visual and sound effects and overall atmosphere, the movie is nothing special. The story itself is not especially interesting and I do not believe it would hold my attention without visual spectacle, nor does the film have a particular strength that would make a deeper impression. I think its greatest value lies in the influence it has had on the genre and our view of aliens.

7,5/10
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Rare Exports (2010)
7/10
"Looks like we've been naughty"
6 January 2020
Nice Christmas movie. Like most Christmas movies, this one is not a masterpiece of cinema, but at least the Finns tried to break the monotony of merry Christmas stories with the one a little darker. I wouldn't classify it as a horror, though there are some elements. It's more of a dark fantasy adventure, also suitable for slightly older children. Kind of like "Gremlins" (1984), for example. The script is simple but effective, based on: "The real Santa was totally different. The Coca-Cola Santa is just a hoax." The acting and directing follow an example of a scenario - simple and effective. A very interesting idea, not a particularly tense but compelling atmosphere and a healthy dose of black humor, with a very witty plot twist at the end. I'm not thrilled, but I'm quite pleased.

7/10
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6/10
Slight improvement
6 January 2020
Slight improvement

The sequel is in the same fashion as the original, but is slightly better. This time the story makes sense, the references are more interesting, the spoofs better measured and sometimes really funny, and the whole movie is much more entertaining. It's still light years away from a good movie, but unlike the first one, this at least isn't a waste of time. If for no other reason, it's worth a look for big names such as Christopher Walken (in one of the lead roles), full Aerosmith, James Hong, Heather Locklear, Heather Locklear, and Charlton Heston.

6/10
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Wayne's World (1992)
4/10
"We're not worthy! We're not worthy!"
6 January 2020
Feature film debut by irritating Mike Myers is a comedy/parody full of wasted pop culture references and spoofs. From moment to moment I was recognizing piles of them whose potential to be hilarious was destroyed by an unbelievable lack of wittiness and charisma. The movie is too stupid for a quality humor comedy, and not stupid enough for an "it's so bad it's good" movie. And for a comedy, it's incredibly boring. It seems to me like they tried to cling to the success of "Bill and Ted." The only good thing about this movie is the music, and the only scene I laughed at was the one with Alice Cooper.

4/10
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7/10
"It is our will that this state shall endure for a thousand years. We are happy to know that the future is ours entirely!"
5 January 2020
"Triumph of the Will," a documentary showing a Nazi Party rally in Nuremberg in 1935, is considered the best propaganda film of all time. Technically speaking, the movie was perfectly shot and edited and occasionally breathtaking, and if you neglect your historical knowledge and personal views and approach it naively and without prejudice, you will also see how incredibly compelling it is. Brainwashing this skillful is really rarely seen. However, from today's perspective, and knowing everything I know about the actors of this documentary, I cannot ignore the evil and madness rooted in its core, so I cannot force myself to give it more than a seven, though objectively it probably deserves a higher rating.

7/10
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Cat People (1942)
7/10
"A cat just walked over my grave."
2 January 2020
For this movie, the studio set aside a ridiculous $ 150,000, but the producer in less than three weeks and under budget made the film that many consider one of the best films of its time, and it was even nominated for the American Film Institute's Top 100 Greatest American Movies. At first glance, this was achieved despite a small budget, but I think that the small budget is responsible for the success of this film, because it has forced the authors to be creative. In the absence of money for special effects, they were forced to emphasize the dramatic development of the story, characterization, and the construction of a tense atmosphere, with the horror elements merely hinting and letting the audience's imagination run wild, which is far more effective than explicit special effects that, with the then (and in most cases today's) technology, are too unconvincing to cause anything but ridicule. This time, the small budget did the movie a huge favor.

7,5/10
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Book of Blood (2009)
6/10
"Everybody is a book of blood; wherever we're opened, we're red."
1 January 2020
My great love for Barker began with reading "Books of Blood," a collection of horror stories in 6 volumes. This movie is a pretty good adaptation of the title story. Don't expect it to blow you off your chair, there is no deep or complex story here, no breathtaking effects, and it's not particularly scary. The story is a variation on the haunted house theme, it's a bit confusing, and the pace is too slow for my taste. The acting and directing are decent, the sound effects are really good, but what really elevates this movie from mediocrity is the atmosphere exquisitely evocative of Barker's original, and for that very atmosphere, I recommend it.

6/10

"The dead have highways, running through the wasteland behind our lives, bearing an endless traffic of departed souls. They can be heard in the broken places of our world, through cracks made out of cruelty, violence, and depravity. They have signposts, these highways, and crossroads and intersections. And it is at these intersections where the dead mingle, and sometimes spill over into our world."
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Child Bride (1938)
6/10
"Of course you can, silly. Only with my clothes on."
30 December 2019
This low-budget independent film is considered one of the most controversial accomplishments of all time, as it portrayed the nakedness of a 12-year-old girl in a sexual context back in the 1930s. However, I think calling it a "sexploitation" movie is an unfounded exaggeration. The scene is neither explicit nor tasteless, nor does it depict or insinuate the act of sex. It's just plain skinny-dipping in a pond. The film is about a rural environment where it is customary for parents to marry their minor daughters with significantly older men. The girl who escaped from there, later returns as a teacher and tries to stop this tradition. Whether the intention of the author was really to criticize this ill custom and draw public attention to it, or whether he simply used it as an excuse to make for that time shocking film, remains to be speculated. Interestingly, most of the actors in this film never filmed anything else. Exceptions are George Morrell and Warner Richmond with rich filmographies, Shirley Mills with a few more roles, and Angelo Rossitto, whose height of only 88 centimeters brought him a bunch of interesting roles, from the cult "Freaks" (1932) by Tod Browning to the role of The Master in the famous Master Blaster tandem from "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" (1985). The movie does not deserve any praise for its quality, but it's not badly done either. Certainly, it is worth a look as a curiosity.

6/10
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Kick-Ass 2 (2013)
8/10
Did you recognize Jim Carrey?
30 December 2019
The sequel further elaborates on the story from the first film. Kick-Ass has inspired many citizens, so there are many new "superheroes", but also "super villains" that our heroes need to stop. As it continues to the first movie in the same manner, "Kick-Ass 2" loses a lot due to its lack of originality and surprise factor. The story dilutes with cliché teenage drama and romance, at times even pathetic, and the part of the story that sticks to the tried-and-tested recipe from the original movie tries to make up for the lack of new ideas by introducing too many new characters and a story that is so over-the-top that it loses every touch with reality. The soundtrack is also weaker. On the other hand, with more diversity and faster tempo, as well as many cheap but effective gags and jokes, the movie gets fun, and it may even have been more fun for me than the first. All in all, a superbly entertaining pastime that doesn't contain anything remarkable enough to stay in your memory after the closing credits. But still extremely fun, plus Chloë Grace Moretz...

8/10
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7/10
"Look, you've got you now. You don't need me."
27 December 2019
At the same time, a young woman loses her husband, her car, and her job. To her aid comes the biggest cause of stress in her life and childhood trauma - her mother. Under these circumstances, she again begins to see Fred, her childhood imaginary friend, an irresponsible and utterly silly creature whose main preoccupation is to make mischief and trouble all the time. As much as he was precious support and source of joy in her childhood, in adulthood Fred threatens to completely ruin her life.

Tim Burton refused to direct this movie, but it is still pretty much in Burton's style and somewhat reminiscent of "Beetlejuice." The idea has quite a potential and I think Burton would make a miracle of it, but unfortunately, the realization is lukewarm and the film is mediocre even within the framework of children-friendly family comedy. The lead role was written for Winona Ryder, who also refused to work on this film, so it ended up in the hands of Phoebe Cates, a sweet girl who somewhat resembles Jessica Alba, which is an immediate plus for me. Rik Mayall is irresistible in the role of Fred and has fantastic chemistry with Phoebe, which combined with the relaxed and cheerful atmosphere and the fast-paced way of settling naughties, guarantees good fun for one watch. But if you are looking for a deeper story or expect technical qualities from a movie this is not the movie for you. Just because I adored it as a kid and watched it countless times on VHS, I have to rate it a bit higher than it really is worth.

7/10
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Citizen Kane (1941)
8/10
Rosebud
26 December 2019
"There's only one person in the world who's going to decide what I'm going to do and that's me."

When I first watched this movie, I barely made it to the end. Superb photography, direction, editing, music, a strong atmosphere, excellent study of personality ... and boring. For some reason, it was unbearably boring to me, and it completely sidelined all qualities. Whoever I told I didn't like the movie considered me a fool, and for years I couldn't bring myself to give it (or myself) a second chance. I made the same mistake with Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey". After decades of quitting halfway through, when I finally watched it in its entirety, I came out of the theater thrilled. It motivated me to re-watch some more cult classics that I hastily wrote off. "Citizen Kane" didn't have nearly as strong an effect on me as "A Space Odyssey," but this time I saw it through without yawning and it left a much better impression than before. The objective qualities that make it a timeless masterpiece are undeniable, and now that I've read a bit about the film, I'm additionally impressed by some amazing facts. This is a Chaplin-like achievement for Orson Welles. He co-wrote, directed, starred and produced it at just 25, personally picking up the Academy Award for screenplay and nominations for directing (and this was his feature film directorial debut) and leading role, as well as 6 other nominations for the film, including the Best Picture. He was the first-ever to be nominated for the directing and leading role for the same movie. Movies "Stagecoach" (1939) and "Rebecca" (1940) had a major impact on Welles and many similarities in the story, set design, and shooting techniques can be seen in this film. There is a lot more interesting information that I read before I re-watched the film and that helped me to see it in a whole new light. Who knows, maybe after another viewing, it could go up to ten, but for now

8,5/10
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6/10
"We got totally lied to by our album covers, man"
24 December 2019
The second "Bill and Ted" movie builds on the first in the same style, but I mostly had the impression that plot and jokes are forced and uninspired. Or maybe "it's so bad it's good" humor just can't work twice in a row. It has a lot of "Easter egg" details and references, it has a couple of strong moments and it has William Sadler in a rather interestingly written role of Death, but apart from the ending that really made me laugh, the overall impression was pretty lukewarm.

6/10
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7/10
"Here lies Keanu Reeves. He played Ted."
23 December 2019
For years after the release of this movie, Keanu Reeves had been moaning that his epitaph would sound like this, because, after seeing "Bill and Ted", people saw Ted in his every subsequent role. I'm not one of those, because if I were, I would like him much more. As much as he has irritated me in most films, I have to admit that here he has played a dumb teenager fantastically and is unexpectedly likable and funny.

Bill and Ted are high school students who want to start a rock band, but because of their dullness and laziness, they are threatened with expulsion from school. If that happens, Ted will go to a military boarding school and there will be no band. Their last hope is that they deserve the highest marks in a history presentation. George Carlin comes to the rescue, in the role of a man from a future, sent to allow Bill and Ted to travel through time, to explore historical figures firsthand, and the crazy adventure begins.

The movie has no particular objective qualities and, in cold blood, I would rate it maybe some five out of ten, but I can't ignore the fact that I had a great time and was genuinely laughing at times, so I can't go below

7/10
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RED 2 (2013)
8/10
"What are you doing kissing this guy?"
22 December 2019
At first glance, I would never have guessed it was another director. The film continues on the previous one in the same manner. Over-the-top action, good music, witty remarks and tons of violence. The cast is more or less the same as in the first part, except that there is no Morgan Freeman, with Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta-Jones added. John Malkovich got more space and, like the movie itself, is more fun than in the original film.

8/10
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8/10
"Super! Superior! Superfluous!"
20 December 2019
The only Oscar in Pacino's career (why the hell does he only have one?!) came from a role Pacino initially rejected, and the agent persuaded him to change his mind. Fortunately, he succeeded. Without Pacino this film would probably be only mediocre and passed completely unnoticed.

"Scent of a Woman" was inspired by Giovanni Arpino's 1969 novel "Il buio e il miele", but shares only the basic premise with the source material. I can't say with certainty, but I think this is one of those instances where the film transcends the book, as it has remained in my living memory for decades, while the impressions of reading the novel have long faded. A high school student is taking the job of accompanying a blind retired officer over the weekend, unaware that this seemingly harmless task will turn into an adventure that will change both of their lives.

As a kid I was thrilled with the Ferrari scene, as a teenager I was enthralled by Pacino's tango with Gabrielle Anwar, and now I was blown away by Pacino's frightening plausibility in the role of a blind man (no dark glasses), and by that I mean not just facial expression, but the whole range of emotions that he handled with incredible ease. The story itself and the message it carries are nothing special, and the technical aspects of the film are not particularly impressive, but besides Pacino's performance, you will not pay attention to anything else anyway.

8/10
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Face/Off (1997)
8/10
John Travolta & Nicolas Cage... enough for me
18 December 2019
Warning: Spoilers
FBI veteran Archer is finally catching his sworn enemy, Castor. He learns that this powerful criminal has set up a bomb that will blow up the whole city, but since Castor is in a coma there is no way to question him. So he decides to do a face transplant and posing as Castor tries to find out the location of the bomb. Meanwhile, Castor wakes up without a face, forces the surgeon to transplant Archer's face to him and takes over his identity, both in the FBI and in private life, making Archer's life a total mess.

This action thriller with a sci-fi premise is full of plot twists and represents a wild ride from start to finish. Travolta and Cage thoroughly studied each other and nailed their roles. Recommendation.

8/10
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9/10
A movie that makes me happy
18 December 2019
George of the Jungle (1997)

A movie that makes me happy.

9/10

George of the Jungle 2 (2003)

Sad attempt to get more money on old glory...

This is a disgrace in almost every way. I have nothing against movies that are meant to be in more than one part, not even those meant to be single movies but then inspired sequels, but when they knock something together just to try and get a few dollars more of the old glory... yuck.

The new cast is not bad itself, some of them are maybe even better than the original cast, but they miss the charm that we fell to in the first movie. It simply isn't it. Music is copied from the first movie. The story is unoriginal and dumb. Humor is rerun or exaggerated or simply pointless. CGI is a story for itself. In the original movie, you could not tell that the elephant is not the real one, while here all animals look like they skipped from a cartoon. Not only unconvincing, but also very irritating. The screenplay was obviously forced without ideas or inspiration and then put into the movie that I barely forced myself to watch till the end. In one word - sad.

3/10
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Alice (2009)
7/10
"Would you have believed the truth?"
17 December 2019
The three-hour television movie, shown as a two-episode mini-series, brings us a rather original approach to Louis Carroll's legendary "Alice in Wonderland". The story is modernized and placed in the present, full of surprises and weird twists, with a plot that is somewhat reminiscent of "The Matrix". Technically it can't compare to cinema movies of its time and genre, but for a television movie it's quite okay, and the cast rises it above average. Alice is played by Caterina Scorsone, best known for her role of Dr. Amelia Shepherd in "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice." I don't think she was the right choice for this role, but I have no major objections. There are also genius Kathy Bates in the role of Queen of Hearts, Colm Meaney (Chief Miles O'Brien from Star Trek) plays her husband, Tim Curry, and few more familiar faces I am unable to associate with names.

7/10
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The Outlaw (1943)
7/10
"A Sale of Two Titties"
17 December 2019
Howard Hughes' controversial Western is the film debut of Jane Russell, the girl who got the role after Howard's thorough pursuit of an actress as busty as possible. As much as it is Western, it is also a "sexploitation movie", even advertised with the slogan: "What are the two great reasons for Jane Russell's rise to stardom?" In addition to taking every opportunity to highlight Jane Russell's lush breasts, the film also contains a scene between her and Billy the Kid bordering on rape. The consequences of this approach were censorship and court proceedings, but also a large audience response. I too was attracted by advertising and I watched it solely because of the controversy it caused, but I have to say that I was not disappointed with the movie itself. The story is interesting and departs from the standard Western pattern, showing us the fictitious relationships of Pat Garrett, Doc Holliday and Billy the Kid in a way you will not encounter elsewhere and with a quite good characterization. It is far from a masterpiece of cinema, but I really did not have any major objections and I warmly recommend it.

7/10
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5/10
Underworld Franchise (2003-2016)
14 December 2019
Still a better love story than Twilight :D

Set (predominantly) in the present day, this fantasy franchise tells us of a centuries-old war between vampires and werewolves. We follow the story from the perspective of Selene (Kate Beckinsale), one of the greatest vampire warriors, who leads the werewolf hunt. When she meets Michael (Scott Speedman), a man who is persecuted by werewolves for a mysterious reason, her life and worldviews change drastically. This saga has quite a well-crafted story and characterization, though as the franchise goes on, the quality of the story declines to eventually turn into a shallow action. The acting, the camera, the directing, the effects, the music ... it's all pretty well done, but nothing spectacular.

Underworld (2003)

The first film introduces us to the dark world of vampires and werewolves, which secretly coexists with ours. While vampires are a well-organized society with a powerful army, werewolves are a wild unleashed horde that is gradually exterminated by vampires. And then emerges a leader capable of uniting werewolves, as well as a man capable of uniting the features of both races in one hybrid being. A good thriller with a story that will intrigue you, and with just the right amount of romance and well-directed action.

7/10

Underworld: Evolution (2006)

"Evolution" continues directly to the first movie and now Selene and Michael are trying to break into the history and secrets of both races, in a desperate attempt to bring the centuries-old war to an end. A worthy sequel in the same manner and quality as the first film.

7/10

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009)

"Rise of the Lycans" is an "origins story" and takes us into the Middle Ages. Vampires were aristocracy, and werewolves were their slaves, until the young werewolf Lucian rose into a leader who led his race in the struggle for liberation, thus beginning a centuries-old war between the two races. The franchise still holds a level.

7/10

Underworld: Awakening (2012)

Humans discover the existence of vampires and werewolves and decide to exterminate them. Michael and Selene are hit while fighting humans and she wakes up twelve years later, not knowing what happened to Michael. She now has a twelve-year-old daughter, the first natural-born hybrid, who she must protect from Lycans that want to take advantage of her in their fight for dominance.

The fourth film is slightly weaker than its predecessors. The action continues in the same manner, but the story is underdeveloped. I was under the impression that I was watching a long movie trailer, not the movie itself. But basically, I liked it.

6,5/10

Underworld: Blood Wars (2016)

The latest installment in the "Underworld" franchise is by far the worst, but not redundant. "Blood Wars" rounds off this saga, but it does a rather lousy job, and the movie is reduced to eighty minutes of shallow action and two-dimensional characters that are there just to keep the story from staying unfinished. I don't want to recommend it, but again, you have to see it if you wish to know how the story ends.

5/10
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