Blade II is basically decent. It's got a few cool and/or effective moments,
it keeps moving, and everything about it says "basically adequate though
uninspired action flick." Snipes makes an acceptable b-movie sort of action
figure, with less presence than Vin Diesel but more talent than Chuck
Norris. Kristofferson is blandly adequate in his very generic role. Ron
Perlman is, of course, quite good, although the movie's characters let
several good chances to kill him go by just so they can keep him around
longer. The minimal story is pretty much okay. Some of the fight scenes
are well-choreographed, although the finale is a bit too along the lines of
a wrestling match.
I watched it to the end and didn't feel overly restless, so if you just kind of like action pictures and it's on TV it's worth at least looking at. But that's about the best I can say for it.
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