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'Blade: Trinity'
(Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Dominic Purcell, Jessica Biel, Ryan Reynolds / R / 93 mins / New Line)

Overview: A group of vampires travels to the desert to resurrect Dracula (Dominic Purcell). After he's brought back to life, he's known as Drake, and he has new gifts, including the ability to exist in daylight. Then the vampires launch a campaign against their nemesis, Blade (Wesley Snipes), and his mentor, Whistler (Kris Kristofferson).

Verdict: A double bill's worth of movie in less than two hours, and sure gets a little messy in the process, but what really counts here is the action and the design package - both coming through just fine! However, and in ultimate truth-telling style, if 'Trinity' has a star, it's Ryan Reynolds as a wise-cracking Nightstalker who gives the movie badly needed humor. But he's too little, too late for the most part. Familiar, but surprisingly funny in parts (ala Reynolds) 'Trinity' is Holiday fodder at its fair best.





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