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Underworld Awakening 
fun and exciting to watch!
3/4 stars

Kate is back sexier, angrier, and more powerful than ever!

The movie starts out with a quick recap of the first two movies then continues to Selene waking up seeking answers in her sleek black latex outfit. The audience learns that she's been experimented on for the past twelve years by scientist Dr. Jacob Lane (Stephen Rea) who says he is looking for a cure for both Vampire and Lycan afflictions. She is Specimen Two and she assumes Specimen One is her beloved Michael. Selene soon discovers that the humans are on a mission to destroy them but Selene is a Death Dealer and her foes should remember that at all times.

I don't want to give away any of the film's "secrets" but suffice to say, she's extremely p*ssed and NO ONE will stand in her way. At barely 90 minutes Underworld: Awakening is all about the action and there is plenty of it. Then there's David (played by Theo James), a vampire who wants to side with Selene because she is a lethal fighter, Charles Dance as Thomas, a vampire elder filling the void of Bill Nighy's Victor and police Detective Sebastian (Michael Ealy).

The film is high-energy and fast-paced just like its predecessors and the story leaves off with a sense of another installment coming although there were rumors that this may be Beckinsale's last installment. Let's hope not, because there's no one else who can play Selene, kiss a lot of a$$ and jump from roof tops like Beckinsale plus she wears her cat suit extremely well. Besides, what else would a death-dealing, automatic gun-toting vampire wear?


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