This anime rocks. This anime really defines Vampires the way they are suppose to be, just perfect. I really like Father abol, he's all sissy but when he transforms he's just wow. I really like his vampire form. I also like his sister she's small but really powerful, especially her power which is sound. The plot is awesome. This really disapointed me It is And I don't mean the animation Atleast not that much It's just that they wanted to end the series so fast and everything good what was in the manga wasn't in the anime The ending was also too sad.
I heard the manga-ka who drew Trinity Blood is dead? I really hope that isn't true Better than most vampire animes I've watched lol I've seen some just horrid ones. The animation is wonderful and the art is beautiful.
The reds especially thrive with beauty and a mind of its own, but in some places it falls short for me mainly in the abrupt endings, and lack of some explanation of things; however, the positives outweigh the negatives. At first this anime seems really promising. It kind of resembles Hellsing, with both Abel Nightroad and Alucard being vampires that hunt on other vampires. But the art of Trinity Blood is prettier and the naming of characters and organisations cleverer. But ultimately I am disappointed.
This anime does not do the novel or even the manga justice. Lilith's name is never mentioned. She just appeared in the very very last episode without any explanation. The reason why Abel hates Cain so much to the point that he must kill him has never been explained either. The ending is extremely lame and leaves too much loose ends. The flashbacks are disorganised, abrupt and don't make much sense. Reynolds spends most of the film spouting endless, seemingly off-the-cuff one-liners.
Had I written this article before the release of Deadpool , I would have judged his performance very differently and more negatively. As it stands, Reynolds brings the same affable energy to Blade: Trinity as he does to Deadpool , but to far lesser effect. Maybe Reynolds' motormouth schtick only works when the film and world are built around it.
In Blade: Trinity , it feels out-of-place and becomes grating. Abigail seems to have deep emotion, breaking down in the shower after a day of hunting familiars and screaming after the other Nightstalkers are killed, but the character is extremely thin. Biel clearly got in excellent shape for the role and seems proficient with her character's chosen bow and arrow, but the script gives her nothing to work with dramatically.
The other Nightstalkers are, as I just mentioned, killed, wasting talents such as Natasha Lyonne and Patton Oswalt with very small roles. It is hard to determine how Blade: Trinity fills the time. Believe me, it feels less like entertainment and more like filling time. There is so little happening. We are treated to a montage of Blade, King and Abigail hunting familiars, only to be led to a prominent psychologist who Blade discovered to be a familiar earlier in the film. Why did they not confront him immediately? The human blood bank idea from an earlier draft of the film is presented in one scene as an example of the vampires' cruel efficiency, but the scene is totally disconnected from the rest of the plot.
Even the action in the film is dull. A climactic fight between King and Jarko, an imposing vampire played by wrestler Triple H, plays out like a practice run at half-speed. Much of the action is sloppy, with quick cameras moves, quick cuts, poor CGI effects and unnecessary slow motion used to mask the lackadaisical execution. Much of this can be explained by Goyer's relative inexperience as a director his second film , and his lack of clear style relative to predecessors Stephen Norrington and Guillermo del Toro.
Despite all of the quick editing, Blade: Trinity meanders through most of its running time. The film ends with Blade and Abigail invading the vampire headquarters to save King from captivity. Dull fights ensue, including a sword fight between Blade and Drake. That fight is particularly generic, a disappointment considering a duel between Blade and Dracula could have been a real showstopper. Ultimately, Drake is stabbed with the Daystar virus, releasing the plague for all vampires. As he dies, Drake tells Blade he will succumb to the vampiric hunger and be the next step of vampire-kind. This threat is perhaps meant to set up a sequel, finally introducing an interesting character idea for Blade as the film is about to end.
Then Blade apparently parts ways with the Nightstalkers. The only piece of character development Blade: Trinity offers for its central character occurs when Whistler cautions that Blade may end up fighting alone. Whistler says this is his worst fear, and implores Blade not to let it come to pass. Goyer seemingly ignores this thread, like so many others, and has Blade ride out into the night alone as the film closes. Both the opening and closing narrations are spoken by Hannibal King, again diminishing Blade's role in the film.
And so, the final Blade film loses its focus on Blade, and every plot thread. It seems comprised of half-baked ideas, endless exposition and unnecessary montages. The film is overlong, and yet not much seems to happen. The best sequels delve deeper into the characters and expand the world, but Blade: Trinity seems to do the opposite of of that. The series ran for 13 episodes before its cancellation.
Sometime before August , the film rights to Blade reverted back to Marvel, allowing them to make the character a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel also reacquired the rights to Daredevil, the Punisher and Ghost Rider around the same time. On the one hand, this should not be surprising as, despite repeated attempts, the character has never really caught on in the comics.
On the other hand, I believe that Blade's unique and surprising success early in the comic book film boom means the character deserves better. I hope we will see the Daywalker on-screen again sometime. The first ever post-credits scene on a Marvel film! Daredevil had mid-credits scene, but this one is at the end. Not too exciting, but the first!!
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The first comic book film featuring Ryan Reynolds, a longtime comic book fan who began his 13 year odyssey to make a Deadpool film while making Blade: Trinity. Next Time: The first Marvel spin-off film and first female-led Marvel film. Unfortunately, that film is Elektra.
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