Blade

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A bloody good movie you may want to see this week is Blade. This movie is about a man named Blade, played by Wesley Snipes, whose mother was bitten by a vampire while she was pregnant with him. Don’t you hate it when that happens? As Blade grew older, he found he had the super strengths of a vampire, but none of the weaknesses. For example, he was not sensitive to sunlight and he even liked garlic. I guess he didn’t mind bad breath. As an adult, Blade made it his mission in life to avenge his mother’s death by hunting down and killing as many vampires as possible with knives, swords, and silver bullets. He uncovers a plot by a vampire named Deacon Frost who view humans as nothing more than a food source. Frost feels that vampires should rule the world and he wants to be at the top of the food chain. He succeeds in decoding encrypted information which explains that the only way to become all-powerful is to take blood from Blade. He captures Bla de and takes him to an ancient vampire ruin for a ceremony with 12 of the original vampires. Sounds like a great family reunion. This film is full of action, killing, and blood. I give this movie a B rating for “bloody.” Due to the violent nature of this film, I do not recommend viewing for children under the age of 45.

This movie has been given an R rating by the MPAA

Although I am blind, I can appreciate a good movie as well as sighted individuals.
I rely more on a good story line than special effects.