Underworld: Blood Wars

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In this sequel, vampire death dealer Selene (Kate Beckinsale) must fend off brutal attacks from both the Lycan clan and the Vampire faction that betrayed her since they are trying to use the blood of her and her daughter to become Vampire-Corvinus hybrids.
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Common Sense Media
The fifth movie in this supernatural action/horror series isn't the worst, but it isn't very good, either; it has moments of mindless fun, but also too much seriousness and mood-killing awkwardness.
January 19, 2017
AV Club
Coming off a long overdue reunion with Whit Stillman in the Jane Austen adaptation Love & Friendship, Kate Beckinsale returns here to the role that has been wasting her gifts as a comic actor for going on 14 years.
January 09, 2017
Time Out
Whatever's vibrating on your phone is more interesting than what's onscreen.
January 06, 2017
Film Threat
Either do something new and different with the Underworld franchise, or better yet, leave it dead.
February 06, 2017
Reel Film Reviews
Right in line with its awful predecessor...
February 08, 2017
Paste Magazine
Underworld: Blood Wars exists on another plane of lousy from its predecessors, a product hustled into cinemas with no regard for its competence or its well being as cinema. It's the rare dud that you'll pity as much as revile.
January 18, 2017
Entertainment Weekly
While the film may justify its title in terms of the viscera on display, it is badly in need of a funny bone.
January 06, 2017
Newsday
Possibly the nail in the coffin of this dreary vampire series.
January 12, 2017
TheWrap
For the most part, there's little to care about: Semira surfaces as the one potential source of campy fun in the film, but she's quickly ground down by the story machinations, and the fight scenes are so choppily edited that they barely register at all.
January 07, 2017
New York Times
This film is so heavy with exposition that you would think that the director, Anna Foerster, and the screenwriter, Cory Goodman, had set out to complete a dissertation instead of a sequel.
January 06, 2017