Blade: Trinity (2004)
Critic Consensus: Louder, campier, and more incoherent than its predecessors, Blade: Trinity seems content to emphasize style over substance and rehash familiar themes.
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as Abraham Whistler
as Abigail Whistler
as Hannibal King
as Danica Talos
as Chief Martin Vreede
as Dr. Edgar Vance
as Asher Talos
as Bentley Tittle
as Jarko Grimwood
as Wilson Hale
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Critic Reviews for Blade: Trinity
The only one who seems to be having much fun, though, is Parker Posey, camping it up as one of the vampires.
Blade: Trinity does nothing more ambitious than continue a sputtering franchise.
I'm a great fan of Blade, the Marvel Comics vampire hunter played by Wesley Snipes... But a third episode, Blade: Trinity, directed by David S. Goyer, is a blood fest too far.
A trainwreck set to a booming soundtrack, turning vampire hunting into a screen chore while it almost intentionally torches the macabre groundwork laid down by the first two features.
Audience Reviews for Blade: Trinity
Ryan reynolds absolutely steals the show in this one!!
bogus tired crap
A downgrade to the previous two films, Blade: Trinity trades the bloody good action to simplified and gore-ridden entertainment. Still suffering from poor storytelling and even more, the dullness of action sequences, the film is a sore tooth just yearning to be yanked out. 2.5/5
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