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Metascore

Based on 30 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
60
The Hollywood Reporter
Should reasonably please fans of the genre before assuming its place in the horror section of your local video store.
60
Variety
Won't linger in the memory long, but gives pretty good action eye-candy while it's going.
60
Has the great sleek, dark look of its predecessors and, most important, it has Snipes.
50
Village Voice
Director Goyer, who wrote all three Blade films, deserves credit for sticking with the character, but aside from the effectively staged action sequences Trinity is cheap-looking and laughably inept.
50
The A.V. Club
Swimming in computer-enhanced mayhem and a non-stop hip-hop-and-techno soundtrack, Blade: Trinity might as well come equipped with joysticks attached to the seats, so everyone can play along.
40
The New York Times
A choppy, forgetful, suspense-free romp that substitutes campy humor for chills.
38
ReelViews
Take away the film's attitude, and you're left with "Son of Van Helsing."
38
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Dull Blade just doesn't cut it.
30
There's nothing beneath the flashy editing and self-consciously cool production design but a soulless adrenaline machine that's never scary and rarely engrossing.
30
The movie is loud, dark, bumpy and not even a little fun. You emerge into daylight bruised and battered, suffering a case of movie abuse.

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