Underworld: Awakening 3D

Underworld: Awakening 3D

Underworld: Awakening 3D

Underworld 4, in 3D, sees Kate Beckinsale's Selene escape imprisonment to find humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans. Now, man is conducting an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species.

2012Rating: R16, contains graphic violence89 minsUSA
ActionHorror3D
48%
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Reviews & comments

Total Film

Total Film

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There's a distinct sense of sloppy seconds to a film that's humourless throughout and, thanks to murky 3D, visually dull to boot.

2.0
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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

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Beckinsale makes Selene a vampire to die for.

0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The combat quotient, to the movie's credit, is way up, with narrative folderol kept to a minimum.

0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

A brisk creature-feature that ditches the series' dreary mythology in favor of a more direct, action-oriented approach.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

More aggressively violent and thankfully less mythology-driven than previous installments, Underworld: Awakening is strictly for the converted.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Not a complete disaster, but also not the vampire / werewolf mash we've always wanted.

2.0
0
E! Online

E! Online

press

Fans will be pleased, although if you've never seen an Underworld film there's probably no reason to start now.

0

Vampires fighting, and fighting Lycan (werewolves) as it should be. Lots of history, learning about the previous movies without watching them made (in 5min) made this even easier for anyone to fathom. Kinda "Lycan" to 'Daybreakers', 'Interview with a Vampire' and the 'Blade' series, rip-rawing slasher action with masses of punching, biting, eating, blood,...

4.0
0

'Underworld' seems to be an entire film franchise built around the premise that series creator Len Wiseman's wife, Kate Beckinsale, looks amazing clad head-to-toe in skin-tight rubber. The story and dialogue are almost as plasticine-looking as the "lycans " (that's werewolves to the un-Underworld-initiated) that don't look nearly as convincing as Ray...

2.0
0
Total Film

Total Film

press

There's a distinct sense of sloppy seconds to a film that's humourless throughout and, thanks to murky 3D, visually dull to boot.

2.0
0
Time Magazine

Time Magazine

press

Beckinsale makes Selene a vampire to die for.

0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The combat quotient, to the movie's credit, is way up, with narrative folderol kept to a minimum.

0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

A brisk creature-feature that ditches the series' dreary mythology in favor of a more direct, action-oriented approach.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

More aggressively violent and thankfully less mythology-driven than previous installments, Underworld: Awakening is strictly for the converted.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Not a complete disaster, but also not the vampire / werewolf mash we've always wanted.

2.0
0
E! Online

E! Online

press

Fans will be pleased, although if you've never seen an Underworld film there's probably no reason to start now.

0

Vampires fighting, and fighting Lycan (werewolves) as it should be. Lots of history, learning about the previous movies without watching them made (in 5min) made this even easier for anyone to fathom. Kinda "Lycan" to 'Daybreakers', 'Interview with a Vampire' and the 'Blade' series, rip-rawing slasher action with masses of punching, biting, eating, blood,...

4.0
0

'Underworld' seems to be an entire film franchise built around the premise that series creator Len Wiseman's wife, Kate Beckinsale, looks amazing clad head-to-toe in skin-tight rubber. The story and dialogue are almost as plasticine-looking as the "lycans " (that's werewolves to the un-Underworld-initiated) that don't look nearly as convincing as Ray...

2.0
0