Thursday, July 06, 2006

Ultraviolet - DVD podBLAST




Here's what we know: Milla Jovovich is some kind of quasi-human "hemophage" thing who's going to die soon, but she already died, so that's kinda weird, but then she saves this creepy kid floating in a toilet and some stuff happens, gags from better movies are ripped-off, more stuff... happening... other things... then finally she kills the bad guys with an admittedly sweet ass...

Sword. Sweet-ass sword.

You would think that with 20 minutes of exposition, there'd be a nice solid plot to sink your teeth into. Ahhhh, no.

The one saving grace is William Fichtner, who, as usual, BRINGS IT.

7 Comments:

Blogger directorscut said...

This "film" looks like a shampoo commerical

10:52 AM  
Blogger directorscut said...

PS. What version did you guys record with?

11:17 AM  
Blogger Adudathuda Studios said...

The standard Netflix issue - 94 minute, PG-13 version.

12:12 PM  
Blogger Lisa said...

You couldnt even so a good bad Milla film like Resident Evil? :(

4:22 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...

p.S. The film you were thinking about was equilibrium.

5:10 AM  
Anonymous Da Mangler said...

Equilibrium was great...Ultraviolet was a painful, peanut-filled coiler!

A shampoo commercial...HA! That is GOLD!

I saw this movie on a date...needless to say, I didn't get any "play" afterwards. This movie would drain the passion of a 16 year old boy at the Playboy Mansion. For that, it can never be forgiven.

Ultraviolet sucked.

Da Mangler

5:31 PM  
Anonymous MaxTheSilent said...

This movie was garbage, no matter how Kurt Wimmer decides to blame the producers for 'butchering' it.

As for the effects, I think it was an admirable creative decision to use the pre-viz animatics in the final film.

1:48 PM  

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