Film Review Blade Trinity

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Film Review: Blade Trinity
This movie is mainly about bringing Dracula into the center of attention Blade Trinity known as “Drake”. To avenge the vampire civilization that is being eliminated by vampire hunter known as Blade. The theme of the film rest with a group of vampires on a quest looking for Dracula’s resting place searching for their answers unfolding the secrets of their race. Requesting Dracula to kill blade thus restoring balance to vampire existence, through the public media, with society misinformed ignoring the real existence of vampires, Transcending Blade into this image of a monster of a serial killer. Now realizing with the FBI on his back and Vampires on the run, he seeks ...view middle of the document...

The film kept its faithfulness to the legendary tale of Dracula original theme keeping Dracula’s capabilities to be able to walk amongst the living. Kept the image of Dracula to be both prototypical and archetypical vampire, displayed his supernatural abilities. Superhuman strength, being immortal thereby having the ability to climb upside down vertical surface. Dracula in the novel as well as in the film has the ability to shape shift at any given time
What grabbed many viewers attention including myself was the uniqueness and similarities building a combination of having Blade as almost an exact replica of Dracula. Creating a separation of distinction between both characters giving Dracula the dominate power; ability to transform displaying no signs of weaknesses being the dominance supreme vampire. Blade character is shows a slight weakness towards humans with little care and compassion towards the human race and their existence. Known as the “Day walker” able to walk amongst the living and the dead, protecting the human race by eliminating evil that kills and pray off human flesh and blood. Blade is looked at as a minus to society being the reflection of a monster and a sociopath while Vampires are trying to take over killing off the human civilization.
Blade Conveys a clear message that was successful, the beginning of the film speaks of everything starting with Blade and ending with him. Towards the end of the film the battle between Dracula and Blade ends with Dracula seeing defeat as Dracula speaks his last breathe he praises Blade for a beautiful fight honoring Blade for fighting with dignity, honor and glory. Telling Blade he is the key to the survival of the vampire race presenting Blade with a gift warning blade “sooner or later, the thirst always wins”. The monster and the thirst that runs through his vans that is locked within Blade won’t be detainable.
The films acting, directing and special effects were very clear and very direct, the acting done between each character was perfect. There were a lot of strong language and violence in the film. Great directing by David S. Goyer making the film interesting grabbing your attention to the very end adding an additional twist that sparks your attention.
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