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Underworld: Awakening
Action, Fantasy, Horror
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Björn Stein, Måns Mårlind
Stephen Rea as Dr. Jacob Lane
Jacob Blair as Officer Kolb
Robert Lawrenson as Waterfront Cop
Lee Majdoub as Desk Guard #1
Catlin Adams as Olivia
Theo James as David
Tyler McClendon as Scientist
Panou as Old City Cop #1
Kate Beckinsale as Selene
Michael Ealy as Detective Sebastian
Charles Dance as Thomas
John Innes as Medical Supervisor
Adam Greydon Reid as Med Tech #1
Storyline: Mankind discover the existence of the Vampire and Lycan species and they begin a war to annihilate the races. When Selene meets with Michael in the harbor, they are hit by a grenade and Selene passes out. Twelve years later, Selene awakes from a cryogenic sleep in the Antigen laboratory and meets the Vampire David. She learns that she had been the subject of the scientist Dr. Jacob Lane and the Vampire and Lycan species have been practically eradicated from Earth. But Selene is still connected to Michael and has visions that she believes that belongs to Michael's sight. However she has a surprise and finds that she has a powerful daughter named Eve that has been raised in the laboratory. Now Selene and David have to protect Eve against the Lycans that intend to use her to inoculate their species against silver.
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Shockingly poor script with no imaginative dialogue! Poor CGI for 2012 and absolutely nothing original or at all interesting about this film! Thoroughly predictable, limited plot. It was basically Kate Beckinsale randomly emptying a seemingly limitless amount of ammo into werewolves that had varying degrees of morbidity. The so-called "super werewolf" did nothing more than bat Selene around, when clearly all he needed to do was snap her neck. Best scene in the film? A good shot of Kate Beckinsale's arse after throwing a grenade down an air vent. Worst scene? Pretty much the rest of it! In all honestly this film doesn't deserve 10 lines of bad review!

Hollywood! Please stop wasting money on such rubbish!
Utterly Superb!
Kate Beckinsale is back in the tight leather as Selene, one of the darkest and coolest female action heroes with the full action package: she has slick fighting and shooting skills, a total bad-ass edge and that sexy British accent! For fans of the series this 4th instalment is a great comeback, it's short, sharp and solid, and it features the best performances seen in the whole franchise. Better yet is the excellent 3D, some may turn away from the conversion as they may think the darkness will dampen the effect but it's brilliant, throwing weapons and guns soar out the screen and the sense of depth is hugely effective, and looks best when inside the Antigen laboratories. I am jaw dropped even after many repeat viewings, definitely a must watch in 3D. The story is stronger than all the previous Underworld films, and there's a great theme of family amongst the blazing action and gore. Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Stephen Rea, India Eisley, Sandrine Holt, Charles Dance and Kris Holden-Reid are an amazing cast with style, this is how Underworld should be: dark, stylish yet violent and explosive, this is the best in the franchise.
Stylish & cool but empty & soulless.
Underworld: Awakening starts as the existence of Vampires & Lycans living amongst humanity has been exposed, the authorities respond by carrying out a mass purge in order to wipe out both the Vampire & Lycan species. Vampire Selene (Kate Beckinsale) & her hybrid lover Michael Corvin attempt to escape the mass execution & meet at a dock but both are shot & fall into the water, Selene wakes up twelve years later in the labs of a company called Antigen after being placed in cryogenic suspension. Selene manages to escape Antigen & meets another Vampire named David (Theo James) & a young hybrid girl named Eve (India Eisley) who are all attacked by Lycans but manage to reach the relative safety of a secret community of Vampires hiding on the outskirts of the city, Selene quickly realises that Eve is her daughter & that she is crucial to genetic Lycan experiments that will give them invulnerability & will stop at nothing to get her back. Selene must fight the Lycan threat, save Eve, herself & humanity from the vicious Lycans...

Directed by the Sweedish duo of Måns Mårlind & Björn Stein this is the fourth film in the franchise that started with Underworld (2003) & was followed by the direct sequel Underworld: Evolution (2006) which happens to be my favourite Underworld film (hey, I have it on Blu-ray...) after which came Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009) which was a prequel & didn't feature Kate Beckinsale as Selene. For Underworld: Awakening the script jumps back to contemporary times in a modern almost futuristic city & Kate Beckinsale returns as the sexy rubber clad Vampire Selene, I must admit to liking the Underworld series as each film is visually good with some good action & gore set-pieces & although the mythology isn't exactly deep a world of Vampires & Werewolf monsters fighting each other provides ample opportunity for various cool action scenes, huge monsters, plenty of violence & gore &, of course, Kate Beckinsale in tight black PVC & rubber kicking ass. Hey, what can I say? I am easily pleased. The major disappointment about Underworld: Awakening is the lack of any substantial story on which to hang the set-pieces & action, the script is really simplistic with none of the character's standing out or being developed beyond broad clichés (character's who want to fight, character's who want don't, an evil scientist) & the plot feels a little bit choppy with the beginning in particular feeling like it could have been expanded & explained a little better. The plot about genetic experiments & Selene having to save her daughter is standard fantasy film stuff & even the concept of the Vampire & Lycan war exposed to humanity is nothing special or that original although I suppose it will take the series in a different direction if any further sequels materialize. Underwolrd: Awakenings is also very short, if you ignore the closing credits (which last for ten minutes!) then the films runs for a mere 75 minutes, I think the film could have used an extra five or ten minutes worth of character & plot development to flesh things out a little actually so it doesn't quite feels as soulless as it does & we then might have actually cared about the people here & what was going on a bit more. The twist at the end & the revelation of what the evil Lycans are trying to do is strictly routine & raises minimal interest & things are predictably left open ended to facilitate a further sequel.

Filmed & released in 3-D which is a trend doing the rounds in Hollywood at the moment I cannot comment on this version, I have eye problems that prevent me from seeing films in 3-D so I don't know how it looks but even I could see several scenes shot in a way with 3-D in mind. Visually I love the way Underworld: Awakening looks, it's dark grey & blue colours & it's modern yet Gothic looking sets that are impressive to look at & add lots of character to the film. The fight scenes are good, there's plenty of slow motion, shoot-outs, fights, all sorts of flips & somersault's while the CGI computer effects are also generally very good. There's a really good scene in which Selene, David & Eve are trying to escape some Lycans while driving a van & the Lycans chase them through the city traffic. There's lots of violence & gore on show, from slit throats to broken arms to ripped-out throats to exploding Werewolves to slashed wrists & chopped off heads. If your looking for blood then Underworld: Awakening delivers.

With a supposed budget of about $70,000,000 this was filmed in British Columbia in Canada, the production values are great & the film is visually impressive even if it does feel empty in terms of it's story. The acting is alright, British names such as Stephen Rea & Charles Dance provide decent support although it's the sexy Beckinsale in tight black rubber that steals the show.

Underworld: Awakening carries on the visual look of the series & sees the return of Selene but it feels empty with the minimum of story to hold the action & gore together. I liked it enough & I would watch it again for the visuals, the action & the gore but it has no depth.
Kate beckinsale Rocks!!
I am a huge kate's fan. I have to say the story was weak as compared to the underworld 1 and 2 . But still seeing kate in action is an awesome experience. i enjoyed the whole experience of watching this sequel from beginning to the end , watched this movie like 5 times on my TV. i never get bored of seeing kate on screen. I was a fan of this franchise since the first part and still am. The story was very weak. it had nothing to so with the previous story lines they added a new unknown universe with the same character. The villains were boring. i have to say if you are not a kate beckinsale fan then you wont find anything special in this movie because the direction and story were not that strong. But i do support the franchise because i love fantasy movies. and i can't give less rating to kate's movie.
One of my all time favorites.
Celine is a powerhouse in all the Underworld's. She is the coldest woman fighter in movies or on TV shows. She is my favorite hands down. This movie is full of action and keeps you at the edge of your seat! It keeps you glued to the screen. She is Heroic in every aspect in every sequel of the movie. This movie is the definition of fighting for what you believe in. I love the intimate parts in the movie as well as the action, The Ultimate vampire movie in full throttle. Get ready, strap on your seat belt, because you are about to go on the ride of your life with mind blowing sequels to follow. "Underworld" is a movie that you can watch any time of the day,evening, or night. It will satisfy immensely I rate this movie a 10/10.
A bit disappointed
It's an okay movie but I do feel a bit disappointed nonetheless. The first two movies in the series where great ones. There's a three year wait between each of them, including this one, so you would hope that some effort would have gone into writing them.

Unfortunately this is not so for this installment in the series. It's a fairly generic run-off-the-mill Hollywood action/horror stunt. The plot could have been written for a TV-movie. It's unimaginative and predictable standard fare. The bit where the ancient vampire and his coven are hiding in a cave, afraid to take a fight is just sad. Gone are the days of proud vampires.

The film is really saved by its legacy, the fact that the effects are not too bad and that Kate Beckinsale is still starring in the lead role.
A let down after the other movies...
After the first three movies of Underworld I really thought I'd enjoy this film. But surprise, surprise as the reviews said it definitely wasn't as good as the first three... I just felt with the other movies in the franchise they had done really well with the balancing of the plot line and characters-the characters seemed really well developed which is hard to do in an action-packed film. In this one- however- I felt they rushed in too quickly with the story not developing the characters to having a purpose in the film. It felt like they were just there to fill a role rather than add anything valuable to the movie! I especially didn't like the way they got rid of Scott Speedman look-a- like(as Michael Corvin) at the beginning as I felt there was no need and Kate's character got over this pretty damn quickly! Then the Michael Corvin character magically reappears again at the end just as we've got used not seeing him around anymore! In comparison to the Underworld and Underworld Evolution movies(which I thought were at least worth 8/10) this felt like a complete let down... However, I would say it was worth a watch as when you got to the final fight scene it does get quite exciting! There is -however-one last thing I do not understand about the whole film: the short synopsis simply says "When human forces discover the existence of the Vampire and Lycan clans, a war to eradicate both species commences." which is silly as we find out later in the film that the employees at Antigen are in actual fact all Lycans apart for the unfortunate woman scientist who gets killed by them. This fact just shows that the storyline was not thought out and this film claims to be something it's not. The only reason my rating of this film reached a 4 is because Kate Beckinsale is still as intriguing and beautiful as ever! But there are major holes in this story so if your in for a good story this is not the film for you...
Why didn't Michael help Selene and his daughter?
I'd like to know how Selene bore a child. That doesn't make sense. If Michael woke up and escaped, why couldn't he "see thru Selene's eyes" there was a battle going on and go to help her and his daughter? I guess we'll find out in the next sequel. Also, the ads for the movie reference "the battle against humans"...what humans? The supposed humans were actually lycans. I'm confused. I didn't understand why some lycans look different than others (more like rabid dogs than werewolves). Otherwise, the gore was good. The movie could have been a bit longer so they could explain more of the story line. I like the new vampire David. Kate is still rocking Selene!
Why did Kate come back for this?
There is an old saying that "money is the root of all evil". This statement is usually reserved for people involved with bribery, corruption, banking, and politics. Well, I am taking that statement and applying it to everyone involved in the making of this film. This movie was made to suck money from our pockets by people who don't care about a once worthy movie property. They destroy it.

The original "Underworld" was a fresh take on the centuries old rivalry between vampires and werewolves (called "lycans" here). It wasn't game changing cinema, but a movie with interesting characters, worthy performances, and slick action sequences. This movie, clocking in at a incredibly short 73 minutes, not only destroys, but turns its back on what once was a promising series. The second film was as good as the first. I did not see the third, but heard it was good. When people rip on "Twilight" for the terrible acting, the teenage girls now have a film to use as evidence to show it ain't that bad in Stephanie Meyer's universe. Everyone in this film is terrible; even Kate Beckinsale. Beckinsale, who was so good in the first two, is sleep walks though this film. I must give her some credit, at least she is better than the films terrible villains. The characters are lame, as are the actors playing them. They come off as laughable, not frightening or horrifying in anyway. The once cool designs of the Lycans have been replaced by rubber looking coyotes. Worst of all, there is not a single memorable action scene in the movie. It is just extremely boring to watch, considering all the gunfire going on.

Former director, now writer, Len Wiseman, tries to inject some emotion into the movie by creating a relationship between Beckinsale's character and a hybrid child created from her DNA. There is only so much you can do in the movie's short time span and given the amount the screen time these two have together, it doesn't work. It doesn't feel natural, only a cheap ploy to create some type of humanity in this action snooze fest.

Michael Sheen, who played a Lycon in the first three movies, wisely bowed out of this one. Beckinsale, I have no idea why she came back after walking away from the third one. My only guess is she got a pretty good amount of cash to reprise her role. The film does establish something; it is like its main character: empty, soul less and dead on arrival.
I enjoyed it
I really do not see why everyone has such a downer on this. Maybe I was in just the right mood (having just watched "Saving Mr Banks") but beautiful Kate Beckinsale in tight, shiny black PVC shooting impossible guns at ridiculous monster Lycans was just what I needed. Resemblance to the TV series "Believe" (and the girl did look a little like Bo) kept my interest. The cameos by local (to the UK) Thespians was a bonus. Everyone was attractive, the action was great, the soundtrack was punchy and it looked good throughout.

Yes there may have been some goofs in there, but I wasn't looking for them as I was just enjoying it as pure entertainment and not being picky!
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