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63
New York Daily News
I don't know if it was intentional, but Drake seems to come out of the same sandy hole in which our troops found the cowering Saddam Hussein.
63
Chicago Tribune
Thankfully, Reynolds (bearded, looking a bit like Jason Lee) adds some scrappiness and humor to a series that might otherwise have collapsed under self-parody.
60
The Hollywood Reporter
Should reasonably please fans of the genre before assuming its place in the horror section of your local video store.
58
Entertainment Weekly
Blunt-witted, visually pedestrian, and overly long, with too many scenes of Blade and his cohorts standing around in darkened corridors, waiting for their enemies to show up. The action, however, is as throat-grabbing as you want it to be.
50
One of the prime laws of the multiplex states that any action or horror movie series will devolve into ritualized violence, self-mocking camp, and egregious silliness by part three. Blade: Trinity is right on schedule.
50
But there's just enough comforting familiarity mixed with refreshing new characters to hold the casserole of a plot together.
50
Philadelphia Inquirer
What redeems the film...is that for every nonstop explosion, there's a hilarious burst of Reynolds' nonstop patter.
50
Premiere
Big and dumb and loud and entirely past its prime.
50
The story is a comic-book tale at its most basic level.
38
Kris Kristofferson, as a scaled-down old gray mentor to Blade, still looks like the visual equivalent of your five worst college hangovers.
38
A mess. It lacks the sharp narrative line and crisp comic-book clarity of the earlier films, and descends too easily into shapeless fight scenes that are chopped into so many cuts that they lack all form or rhythm.

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