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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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Seven out of ten?!
My left eye almost popped out of its socket when I saw this film got seven stars out of ten on IMDb. Then my right eye almost popped out when I read how much money they spent on making this movie. You can certainly tell they spent a lot of money... But you can't polish a turd with dollar bills. The main problems are the poor script and the lame, tired visual ideas. It makes you wonder if the good actors in this film actually read the script before accepting the part. Either the didn't, which is a bit strange... Or they did - and that is mind boggling. Why agree to star in a film with such an obviously inept script? Oh and some of the ideas/visuals... "We have a lethal vampire loose in our secret lab! At once turn on the confusing, strobing lights that trigger epilepsy! What? Why we should do this!? I don't know - I've seen in movies they have those in their secret superlabs so I thought we should install our own... Kinda cool, huh?" Amazingly, the film-makers seem unable to shake their obsession with strobing, flickering lights - they appear for no apparent reason in several scenes. The werewolves look stupid a cliché - like a really poor horror slasher film. Which this is, sort of. The facepalm moments... Like when vampire girl wakes up in secret lab (the one with the STROBING LIGHTS remember) and finds her latex suit and all her gear in a nice cupboard with a glass door right next to the bed... Wait... Its almost like the writer couldn't come up with something better... Or the script is written by a nine year old... One would have though it safer to keep the evil super vampire's belongings locked up in a safe place far away from where she might wake up any moment... A true facepalm moment. Of which there are many in this snore-fest of a film. I struggle to actually remember the story. Several times I felt a horrible urge to fast forward or walk out. The only things I clearly remember about this film are the cringeworthy story solutions and how forgettable it is. For the latter I should perhaps grateful.
Could have been better.
I liked the previous movie in the franchise because they focused on the war between the Vampires and the Werewolves / Lycans and with every new entry in the series they uncovered new pieces of the past and at the same time they moved forward in the storyline.

This time the movie goes in a completely different direction and tells us that humans found out the Vampires and Lycans exist and they seek to kill all mutants. This could have been a good direction if they would have chosen to use this as a tool to show any progress in the story and not as the story of the movie as a whole. The story is very generic, Selene escapes from a place she was held in, kills Lycans , end of movie. That's it, the only thing the movies does it's that it hints us what's going to happen in the sequel.

I see this as a missed opportunity, they could have showed us the Vampires uniting with the Lycans against humans or show us Vampires and Lycans fighting for their rights or anything else but instead, they have shown use how Selene kills MORE Lycans.
Poorly done
It was a real stretch to put as the summary "leading the lycans and vampires in a war against humans", since the main fighting through the movie was between vampire and lycans, with a human thrown in there. The movie really should have been set more as an intro to a new series rather than a continuation of the old one.

Storyline and plot just didn't seem to have any depth. Selene gets put to sleep, wakes up twelve years later, finds out she has a kid, and then fights. There was just nothing to it. I wasn't wondering how everything was connected, nothing really surprised me, the "twists" thrown in there were too predictable for any true suspense.

Character development fell short. Selene was the only character who was really developed in the movie and that includes development from Underworld 1 and 2. The rest of the characters that show up are put in there for extra combat twists, the slight stubborn opposition, and an overpowered enemy. Even Eve is barely developed. This is low in comparison to the previous Underworld movies, where you actually feel that you're getting to know the characters.

On the small plus side, we have lots of combat. We have Selene leaping through combat with werewolves, putting at least twenty bullets into each of their heads; we have a nearly twelve year old girl, tearing into faces; and we have lots and lots and lots of blood. The move is worth watching for the combat scenes, provided you like that type of combat.

Action and guns: Great Blood and gore: Great Anything else: Not worth it

Worth watching once, but a sore disappointment for me as an Underworld fan.
Kate continues her fight against the Lycans
O.k....I liked it. Not a part of the original trilogy, but a beginning of a new one with the same old problem...Lycans. I was wondering how long Kate can continue to go forward and try to look the same age as she was during the first film. Christopher Lee use to joke about how difficult it was to make him appear the same age as Dracula in the 1950-70s Hammer Dracula series. She still looks ready to go here, and in this film, she is thrown around a bit more than before. I though the film recaptured the Gothic look of the original trilogy and the plot was easy to follow (although in action/horror genre does it really matter ?). I watched this on DVD and I will say the only problem I found was the directors commentary...which was dull.
Amazingly Overrated!
I may be acting a bit rash in rating this film at 2 stars, but at the time of my writing, there are just too many shadow marketing reviews on this site to ignore. In a different situation, and if the first 2(3) underworld movies were not so good, I might rate this a 5.

New writers, new director/directors, different movie.

If you just want to see some cookie cutter CGI 'action' movie, then give this a look.

If you are a fan of the earlier movies, if you know the story of Selene, Viktor, Corvinus, and the rest, you will be disappointed. It is not as bad as the crazy changes they made to the highlander movies, but they just decided to forget the past films and do something new. Actually they decided to rip off a few other stories, none of which were good the first four times you saw them.

I am not going to go into every detail of what is wrong with this movie. For the most part, it is bad because it must be compared to the earlier films in the series. It just does not compare in any way. Acting, scenery, sets, writing, story, effects, all better in prior underworlds.

Aside from all I have said, the production value is high, and the movie is watchable.
Underworld got me enchanted...
I can't remember expecting any film so anxiously as this one.

I'd been overjoyed ever since I heard that a new one was coming and Kate was returning as the Vampire Goddess Selene. And during the days before its release, I was like— Day by day, I've thought about it, watching the previous Underworld films and the new one's trailers countless times, and at night I couldn't sleep, thinking of the greatness that was yet to come.

Then I saw it and got carried away. It was beyond words. As a fan of the franchise, I felt like I was the happiest person on earth!

I can't remember loving any film so much as this one, either. Couldn't help watching this new film over and over again, and each time was filled with joy and excitement.

This is definitely my favorite series when it comes to vampires and lycans. And I'm expecting more Underworld films to come in the future. The story of the series lasts for over a millennium, so there's really a lot more to explore, especially for the prequels.

What about giving us more about the Corvinus clan, the beginning of the vampires and werewolves? Tell us more about Alexander, Marcus, William…with the title "Underworld: Origin", maybe?

And let us see more history about Selene—the time when she got turned into a vampire, given the strength to avenge her family against the lycans, hunting down and killing them off for nearly 6 centuries. That would be a great story to tell!

How about telling more stories of Lucian, showing his experience after the event of "Rise of the Lycans"?

And, give us more about Amelia! The only FEMALE VAMPIRE ELDER portrayed by Zita Gorog is pretty awesome, yet we know so little about her. Prequels could have the chance to bring her back!

More Underworld, more greatness!

Just a bit of trivia
Erwin Leder (Singe from the original Underworld {2003}) has an uncredited role as a member of the Vampire(!) coven. You can see him standing to David's (Theo James) right, at 43:01, when the coven is assembling to fight. He looks quite a bit older and smaller than in the original Underworld, but it's quite certainly him. I guess that dying above an elder's sarcophagus grants new life to a dead werewolf.
moves too far away from the other 3 entries in the franchise
Things go wrong here in the Underworld franchise. Only Selene, and a small part for Michael, is to be seen from the original cast. It do involves vampires and lycans but i just couldn't care for Awakening.

Selene here is more an superhero than a vampire. She can do things not normal for a vampire and not be seen in the previous entries. The story itself was a bit weak too, guess the producers just wanted to earn some easy money. Selene is involved with Michael in an explosion. She wakes up twelve year later in a world were mankind wants to annihilate vampires and lycans. Once awake she sees that she's in a laboratory. She soon discovers that she has a daughter, Eve. But the lab is in fact part of lycans who want to use Eve's body to find a cure against silver bullets.

I can agree that the story had to involve but don't bringing any cast from the last 3 entries is a fault for me. Also the fact that one lycan was a big monster was a bit exaggerated. If you want to see stuff like that then move over to the Resident Evil franchise. The effects on the other hand were maybe the best so far. But we are also a few years further than Rise Of The Lycans. It is still watchable but it moved too far away from the other flicks of Underworld. It do has an open ending so within a few years part 5 will be available. Only hope it moves back to Lucian, Victor and the others.

Gore 1/5 Nudity 0,5/5 Effects 4/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
Waste of time if you're a fan of the series.
Absolutely horrible movie. I've never been a big die-hard fan of the Underworld movies. But I have seen them all and they do indeed have an interesting story to tell. The dialog, sounds, effects, story and action have been topnotch in the first three movies. All of this is below average in this chapter.

It felt like it was oneliners all the way through. Maybe 5-10min of the dialog was actually interesting and had something to do with the bigger picture. The sounds were cheap. Mostly reminded me of teen horror/splatter design. A bullet through the arm sounded like the whole body exploded. And when we're at it... The gore was way over the top. Yeah yeah it looked "good" when a bodypart was riped off but who want to see the chainsaw-effect for each bullet? The action? There's some fast ninja vampires and big brutal lycans... And the fight between them are alright. But what really got on my nerve was the ooold mistake: "Oh look! The hero is out of ammo! Everybody drop your weapons and charge the super fast hero with the big knife!". Completely pulls you out of "the moment". The only thing connecting this movie with the rest is two characters we know and the fact that vampires and lycans doesn't like each other. That's basically what the movie is about. The movie description tells us that: "The vampire warrioress Selene leads the battle against humankind". I didn't see a battle against humankind. The only humans who died was the ones who was in the way between the vampires and lycans (And I'm not even sure they were human). Most of this review about the action. That's because 95% of the movie is action. It's a disgrace against the series.

The only reason I'll give it 3/10 is because Beckinsale and Eisley does an amazing job at what can actually be called "story telling".
Utterly Superb!
Kate Beckinsale is back in the tight leather as Selene, one of the darkest and coolest female action heroes with the full action package: she has slick fighting and shooting skills, a total bad-ass edge and that sexy British accent! For fans of the series this 4th instalment is a great comeback, it's short, sharp and solid, and it features the best performances seen in the whole franchise. Better yet is the excellent 3D, some may turn away from the conversion as they may think the darkness will dampen the effect but it's brilliant, throwing weapons and guns soar out the screen and the sense of depth is hugely effective, and looks best when inside the Antigen laboratories. I am jaw dropped even after many repeat viewings, definitely a must watch in 3D. The story is stronger than all the previous Underworld films, and there's a great theme of family amongst the blazing action and gore. Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Stephen Rea, India Eisley, Sandrine Holt, Charles Dance and Kris Holden-Reid are an amazing cast with style, this is how Underworld should be: dark, stylish yet violent and explosive, this is the best in the franchise.
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