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Film
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  Blade: Trinity cinematronic
  director

David S. Goyer

cast

Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Ryan Reynolds, Jessica Biel, Parker Posey, Dominic Purcell, Triple H, Cascy Beddow, John Michael Higgins, Natasha Lyonne, Patton Oswalt, James Remar, Eric Bogosian

year

2004

rating rating cinematronic
  More of a rental or cable attraction than the earlier chapters in the series, "Blade: Trinity" — the third movie in the screen franchise based on the gritty Marvel Comics vampire slayer — is hampered by characters, plot elements and gratuitous action sequences that don't quite make sense, even within the context of a fantasy world. Screenwriter David S. Goyer, who also wrote the previous installments, directed this one, and doesn't have the visual storytelling skill of his "Blade 2" predecessor, director Guillermo del Toro ("Hellboy"). Not that "2" was so coherent, but "Trinity" descends further into illogical sound and fury. Blade, the half-human/half-vamp champion, is played for the third time by Wesley Snipes, and he appears to be a little more undead than usual. The anti-hero is targeted by a cell of vamps eager to disgrace him. It's part of a master plan to bring back the granddaddy of all bloodsuckers, Dracula (Dominic Purcell), who will then help his offspring become the dominant species on Earth. Only Blade and his youthful new partners in vampire hunting, the Nightstalkers, can prevent calamity from striking down humanity. Indie-movie queen Parker Posey is amusing as the leader of Drac's minions. The main Nightstalkers — smirky Ryan Reynolds as Hannibal King and tawny Jessica Biel as Abigail Whistler, daughter of Blade's mentor (Kris Kristofferson) — are simply there to appease the teen demographic.  
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