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Underworld Awakening
USA, Canada
Action, Fantasy, Horror
IMDB rating:
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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Great action... but too much missing
The absolute roller-coaster that this film was is indeed its main positive, however, many a fan will likely be disappointed since Michael doesn't feature (for the most part) and there's very little internal struggle for the leading characters, which is what made the original so darn excellent.

Then again, I like full-on, in your face action, so won't complain (especially with the sour taste of recent vampire love stories still in my mouth).

The Lycans are back (although the beginning would have us believe differently - don't worry, this isn't a spoiler) but this time, they're apparently not the main enemy of Selene... nor is it her fellow vampire.

The opening ten minutes of this film sparked a genuine interest of the series going in a new - and welcome - direction, and between the thick fog of gunfire, I could've sworn that the producers were going for a more thriller route, but as the action REALLY kicks in, I was so glad that they didn't.

I won't ruin the incredibly thin plot with an outline of it, and it's probably best to see this kind of on-the-fly action-thriller without much of a clue anyway (hell, it's an Underworld film - isn't that reason enough to watch it?), but minus the END TITLES which always count towards a film's running time, this one was a very disappointing 1 hour 15 minutes (75 mins!!!)... and believe me, despite all the action, it feels like a chunk of the film was neglected too!

Over all, I enjoyed it, but as in my summary, there was a big gaping hole come the ending, and where I couldn't quite pin-point what was missing, I'm sure most will feel that it was somewhat lacking also.
Resident Evil: Underworld
Let me start by stating that I absolutely loved the first 3 Underworld movies and that I've been waiting for this one since I first heard it was being made.

I'm giving it 3 stars because it was an Underworld movie and even if the movie was horrible it still had Kate B. and vampires and Lycans. I was hoping for at least a 9 star movie, but I was sorely disappointed.

The whole entire movie reminded me of how Resident Evil 3D was shot and I hated that look. Please,please, please film the next one for 2D and don't go for 3D just because it's the fad. The first 3 movies looked amazing. The props, the sets, the puppet work... even the CGI that was used was pretty good and doesn't look much worse on DVD. This movie had none of that feel.

The only characters I cared about at all in this movie were Selene and her daughter. The other characters were bland and hardly around for very long. The list of actors in the credits was only something like 15 people long. Don't even get me started on Michael. Movies 1 and 2 were about her and him. To me, you can't have an Underworld movie set after 1 and 2 that doesn't feature him prominently. I haven't heard why they couldn't/didn't get Scott Speedman, but if they don't get him for the next one I'm giving the next one -4 stars without even seeing it. What they did for the 30 seconds the character was in this movie was appalling. I would have rather had them not include him at all. I was actually cheering for the bad guys to kill him off, it bothered me that much.

I was also kind of expecting some sort of return of Lucien somehow. Raze didn't just drop the vampire blood near him and he didn't use it.. but sadly.. no appearance.

Super Lycan.. stupid. In my opinion the CGI used on that character was awful. The whole storyline around that part of the movie also was rather muddled, at least to me.

This whole movie felt like it was just a filler story between movie 2 and a possible movie 5. A bunch of the action was just repeated stuff from the previous movies. More Lycans on walls, shooting floors/ceilings to make them weaker to get through them, etc. It all looks cool, but it's starting to get boring.

It also felt really short. The other movies have always so engrossed me that I felt like I'd been watching them for a long time, which I enjoy. This was so frenetic that just shot by, and not in a good way.

I'm begging the people that make the next one... make it better than this pile o' disappointment. And find Scott Speedman.. stat.
Action movie that felt like an episode of a TV show
No Michael, just some crazy kid who looks like a girl from 'The Curse'. Only one kiss (in flashback!), one semi-Sexy naked Selene scene, and that's all 'eroticism' in there. The whole script was probably like 10 pages and half of it was pain grunts. The police, the time frame, the afraid vampires - poor confused story. Bloody, some killing methods were hilarious. 3D worked really well with all the jumping, walking on walls, blood on camera, fire, etc. They left the story very open at the end and that's why it felt like an episode of a TV show also the movie seemed very short, expect more Underworld movies if this one makes profit. But I got to see it for free and free is always good! :)
Meh.....Okay I guess
I'm not sure why this film seems to be getting fantastic reviews. I mean it was a good enough action flick but it didn't blow my mind. In fact it was a case of the same old stuff just done better. Brilliant to watch but not refreshing at the same time. The story was lacking in depth and character development and just felt like a filler for another sequel.

I don't want to be all doom and gloom about it because Kate really did kick some ass and looked good doing it too so as far as action and eye candy goes its great. But any fan of the series knows that the Underworld saga isn't stupid. They always paid attention to script and story and that was lacking here unfortunately.

I'm sure if you go and see it you wont be disappointed but just leave your brains at the door and watch the action commence.
Time to put a stake in it
So, 6 years after the last time Kate Beckinsale donned a leather corset to play vampire warrior Selene and after making a 3rd edition of the franchise without her, the folks behind Underworld come back with a 4th go round which really does nothing more than prove they probably should have left well enough alone after the 2nd movie. With four people credited for the screenplay, it's not exactly a surprise to find Awakening is the worst written film of the lot and the addition of 3D can't disguise the fact that there's nothing visually new or interesting here. If you're a big fan of these films, you might just barely find this one to be passable. If you enjoyed the original, which was a good and solid little fantasy action flick, but noticed the decline in quality of the sequels, you'll find the pattern continuing here.

As the motion picture begins, the existence of vampires and Lycans has been uncovered by humanity and the result has been all-out war against the "infected". You think that'd be kind of a big deal and take the story in some new direction, but it's nothing more than a plot device. Selene and her hybrid vamp/werewolf lover Michael (not Scott Speedman) get attacked and Selene wakes up from suspended animation 12 years later in a lab. She thinks Michael is the one who freed her but it turns out to be their hybrid daughter (India Eisley) and no, they never even make an attempt to explain where the daughter came from. With the help of a human cop (Michael Ealy) and a new vampire sidekick (Theo James), Selene has to save her daughter. Not from the humans but from a Lycan scheme to create new super-werewolves, which sort of gets back to the whole plot device nature of humans knowing about the denizens of Underworld. It's not a new beginning for the series or anything like that. It's just the hook they needed to get this production off the ground.

If you saw Beckinsale in the first two Underworld movies, there's nothing here that will surprise you. Frankly, part of this film get dangerously close to outright fan fiction, such as when Selene revives in the lab and finds her traditional leather outfit just waiting for her to put back on. I mean, what scientific purpose was served by keeping her clothes around for 12 years? Beckinsale looks damn good, shoots a bunch of stuff and there's plenty of CGI Lycans and slo-mo action scenes. If that's all you want, have at it.

If you're looking for a good story, even one only as good as the first or second parts of the franchise, don't bother. Underworld wasn't exactly Shakespeare but by fantasy action standards, it was a reasonably intelligent and well put together tale. The sequel was a bit too wrapped up in its own mythos, but was still functional. The third movie was strictly by-the-numbers, though it did flip the dynamic by making the Lycans more heroic than the vampires. However, Underworld: Awakening is a morally confused mess.

One of the reasons why the "vampire as hero" thing works is by being very circumspect about the whole "needing to feed on human blood" thing. By downplaying that, vampires change from menacing predators to really cool hipsters with super-powers. So, the original Underworld largely removed humans from the equation and focused on the werewolf vs. vampire conflict and put Selene in the role of heroine by defending the only major human character in the story. She then uncovered and rejected the villainy of her own bloodsucking kind, cementing Selene's moral and narrative virtue. Selene may have been a vampire but she never seemed to need to feed on humans and was mostly on our side. That dynamic continued in the 2nd flick and the third cast vamps as medieval tyrants facing a courageous Lycan rebellion where, again, humans were largely left out of the fight.

Underworld: Awakening opens with Selene slaughtering a score of human soldiers and then kills some more when she escapes from the lab, including chomping a guy on the neck and feasting on his blood. She's not a good guy who's trying to protect people from bad guys. She's an at best morally neutral creature who's only trying to survive and the viewer is expected to side with her out of nothing more than misanthropic contempt for your fellow human beings. This film assumes there's something wrong with normal people trying to protect themselves from supernatural monsters but never explains what that is. It also doesn't help that the plot is one of those multi-writer efforts where different bits from different versions of the script wind up jammed together on screen. There are too many characters and too many scenes that should have been cut out or significantly changed.

There are so few female-driven movie franchises that it's a shame to see this one swirl down the toilet bowl. Beckinsale and the first Underworld deserved the attention and success they got, but it's time to drag these movies out into the sunlight and let them burn up so we can all move on.
Welcome Back Selene
After taking an episode off Selene (Kate Beckinsale) is back. The Vampires and Lycans are in a new world in which their kind are being hunted and killed by humans in large numbers; they are being "purged". Even with a purge and the existence of Vampires and Lycans being public knowledge it hasn't stopped the feud between the species.

Awakening is a refreshing Underworld in that it brings us back to present day and brings back the super-"death dealer", Selene. Her skills are on full display throughout with an array of weapons. She faces some incredible odds and expertly defies them time and again.

I was impressed with the modernity of the movie and adding the wrinkle of discovery and subsequent "purging". This episode brought us into the present day with media, police and corporations. It was no longer a confined fight between Vampires and Lycans existing in a vacuum. Awakening was action-packed with a cool story.
Underworld - more like Underpants!!!
This is a genuinely poor film - I now know why it wasn't released to the critics before going out on general release! It should have gone straight to DVD.

I can't believe the people that have scored this above 5 on this site. It is a really lame effort and everyone involved should hang their head in shame. The storyline could have been so much more - instead it is predictable (what there is of it!) and seems to be more of an advert for 3d rather than a effort at making a decent movie.

Oh, and who is KB married to.......ah yes, Len Wiseman!! Think this whole genre has scraped a new level - probably time for Ken to move onto pastures new. This Underworld hasn't 'awoken' - it's in a terminal slumber!!! Save your money and watch something else!
Selene is her best yet in the fourth Underworld Outing
Kate Beckinsale delivers a perfect performance as the existentially depressed vampire and death dealing assassin protecting her coven or her lover, or this case, someone who turns out to be quite special. The franchise is fortunate to have landed a actress of her caliber, someone in real life who is probably more Shakespeare than an early laconic Eastwood as the bounty hunter with no name. Yet with her English accent and classy stage presence, she's more clever and resourceful than any recent James Bond and more deliciously ruthless than any tall blonde out to Kill Bill. Underworld Awakening is the very best movie I have ever seen in portraying the vampire's preternatural speed and super human abilities. This is achieved with a truly creative use of 3D and IMAX; the terrifically choreographed fight scenes manage to bring the audience to the edge of their seats wondering who will win -Selene or the really bad ass Werewolves. All this and a great cast supporting Beckinsale in a dark Gothic dream with Freudian overtones make this Underworld the best in the series.
A fantastic beginning; afterwards, just nice action
In my opinion, opposite to many reviews, this is probably the best film from the franchise. The "Purge" beginning is very nice. Indeed, if that environment had been kept until the film finished, it would be one of the best vampire movies ever. Kate Beckinsale shines (if it is possible to say that about a vampire!) once again in the charismatic leading role. I liked to see "Tywin Lannister" Charles Dance with vampire teeth too. India Eisley, the girl, also does a good job and has some creepy quasi-"The Exorcist" moments. The first part of the movie is by far the best. Unfortunately, it looses most of its dramatic impact afterwards, becoming a conventional action thriller. Though, it is still an entertaining flick until the end. Selenes's final fight is great.
Big disappointment
I really liked first 3 Underworlds, although I was skeptic about "Rise of the Lykans" because generally I don't like prequels. In the end it turned just fine. I hoped that they will continue with story, in manner that Selene and Michael will spectacularly defeat their pursuers and bring peace between Lykans and Vampires and blah blah blah (yeah, I'm a cliché sucker).

Indeed, here we have vampires and lycans and sexy Selene witch should be "The Future" according the ending of "Evolution" but that's not Underworld movie. It looks to me that whole story was built around the fact that Scott Speedman for some reason doesn't act in this sequel.

Trust me, if you are a true Underworld fan, go around this sequel because they have created abomination, a hybrid that should never have been created.

8 stars for Kate because she looks so good in latex. 1 star for movie plus one because Kate was in it :D
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