Blade: Trinity Our stoic, pinwheeling hero faces Dracula himself, who just comes off as some guy who looks like he's about to fight Steven Seagal. Blunt-witted, visually… Blade: Trinity Our stoic, pinwheeling hero faces Dracula himself, who just comes off as some guy who looks like he's about to fight Steven Seagal. Blunt-witted, visually… 2004-12-08 R PT114M Action/Adventure Horror Wesley Snipes Jessica Biel Kris Kristofferson Natasha Lyonne Parker Posey Dominic Purcell James Remar Ryan Reynolds New Line Cinema
Movie Review

Blade: Trinity (2004)

MPAA Rating: R
EW's GRADE
C+

Details Release Date: Dec 08, 2004; Rated: R; Length: 114 Minutes; Genres: Action/Adventure, Horror; With: Wesley Snipes; Distributor: New Line Cinema; More

Our stoic, pinwheeling hero faces Dracula himself, who just comes off as some guy who looks like he's about to fight Steven Seagal. Blunt-witted, visually pedestrian, and overly long, though the action is as throat-grabbing as you want it to be.

Originally posted Dec 20, 2004 Published in issue #798 Dec 24, 2004 Order article reprints