Blade Trinity (2004)
Director: David S. Goyer
Screenplay: David S. Goyer based on a character created by Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan
Stars: Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Parker Posey, Ryan Reynolds, Dominic Purcell, Jessica Biel, John Michael Higgins, Paul Levesque, Françoise Yip, Michael Anthony Rawlins, James Remar and Patton Oswalt.
Tagline: He’s fought the forces of darkness alone…until now.
When Blade (Snipes) is captured by the police, Hannibal King (Reynolds) and Abigail Whistler (Biel) rescue him. They then recruit Blade to join them in their efforts to wipe out all vampires. Blade learns that the Vampire Nation has reawakened Dracula (the original vampire) and they plan to use Dracula’s blood to increase the powers of all vampires, Blade joins Hannibal and Abagail in a fight to save the human race.
Thoughts (beware of spoilers)
After recently watching Blade II (which I love), I decided to give Blade Trinity another viewing. It wasn’t as good as I remembered and then I had rated Blade Trinity 3 of 5 stars. I think my lower rating is due to Ryan Reynold’s snarky comments. They may have seemed fresh when I first saw Blade Trinity, but it seems that’s what Reynolds does in every role. It’s grown stale for me.
From all reports the production of Blade Trinity didn’t go well. Snipes was reportedly upset with choices Goyer was making. Snipes also felt that too much time was given to Reynolds and Biel at the cost to Blade. I agree.
Blade Trinity (2004) rates 2 of 5 stars.