Blade II – Movie – 2002 – Review | Cast | Premiere | Duration | Synopsis | Awards – decine21.com

Kung Fu against vampires

Like Sherlock and Moriarty, or Superman and Lex Luthor, Blade and vampires are eternal enemies. But vampirism makes strange coffin mates, and the famous vampire slayer, half-breed between man and Nosferatu, must join his rivals when strange creatures enter the scene, the Reaper, who, like the one who robs a thief, suck blood from humans, but also from other bloodsuckers. In order to eliminate this threat that could wipe out all the long-suffering inhabitants of Earth in a short time, Blade joins the group that has been formed to fight them, made up of Nyssa, an attractive vampire warrior, and several elite soldiers.

Before the X Men Y spider-man swept the box office, Blade became the first superhero from the Marvel factory to hit theaters. The sequel could not take long, and the producers commissioned a script from the creator of the first part, David S. Goyer, who has now worked on it much more. The realization was entrusted to the Mexican Guillermo del Toro, who chained this filming in Hollywood with that of The Devil’s backbone In our country. The filmmaker provided a careful setting that drinks from sources as disparate as Japanese comics, Hong Kong action movies and German expressionism (the bad guys are cousins ​​of Murnau’s legendary Nosferatu).

Of course there would have been no sequel to Blade without the actor who seems to have been born to bring it to life, Wesley Snipes, who continues to demonstrate his training in martial arts such as kung fu and the Brazilian technique known as capoeira. The cast also includes a surprise for Spanish film fans: the presence of friend Santiago Segura.

The Mexican freak

Specialist in horror films as Chronos, mimic Y The Devil’s backboneGuillermo del Toro defines himself as a “freak” (Spanishization of the English word freak, which designates strange or extravagant people) Mexican. Its excellent setting highlights the creation of the Reaper, the bad guys in the film, whose mouth hidden inside his face, terrifies viewers. “I drew inspiration using what I call the ‘National Geographic’ method, which is looking at real animals rather than other movies to create my creatures. This time I started from a leech, an animal that draws blood, and it occurred to me that I could invent a being that would keep its apparatus hidden.

An underrated genre
An underrated genre

It’s not often that Wesley Snipes performs sequels to his biggest hits, but the actor says he decided to make an exception this time. “There were so many character possibilities left to explore,” he explains. He believes that critics underestimate the action genre, because “they don’t realize that being believable in a fight scene is complicated. Also, the mood of a character facing risky situations is very changeable, and I I try not to show this.”

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Blade II – Movie – 2002 – Review | Cast | Premiere | Duration | Synopsis | Awards – decine21.com


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