Rayne fights against the Nazis in Europe during World War II, encountering Ekart Brand, a Nazi leader whose target is to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne's blood in an attempt to transform ...
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Rayne fights against the Nazis in Europe during World War II, encountering Ekart Brand, a Nazi leader whose target is to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne's blood in an attempt to transform him into a dhampir and attain immortality.Written by
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I certainly would have remembered you from the meetings. I'm Nathaniel. You've already met my partners Vasyl and Magda. I've never seen anyone move like you do.
I'll bet you say that to all the girls.
Curious thing is I'm not so sure you are just a girl.
Only the good half.
You're her aren't you? The Dhampir. Where's the Commandant?
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Oh my god! What went wrong here? The first "Bloodrayne" movie was actually quite good. Then part 2 came out, and it was a notch down the ladder. Now this "Bloodrayne: The Third Reich" is out, and it is about to hit rock bottom! The story in the movie is actually good enough, most parts of it anyway. There were certain aspects of the movie that was just too corny and too unnecessary.
Alright, well lets delve into the acting. For most parts the acting was good enough, but then in the opposite end there was so really horrendous acting as well. Clint Howard (playing doctor Mangler), words doesn't even begin to describe his performance. It was like watching a leech trying to scale a wall, it was dull and uninspiring. The lead role of Rayne, was played by Natassia Malthe. Her acting was adequate, but come on, we all know why she was hired for this. She is hot and kicks ass, and that pretty much sums it up.
Set in the period of the 1940's, during World War II, you are wondering why the Germans in the movie are all speaking English. I hate that in movies, get into character and have the Germans speak German. It just works on a grander scale. Having them speak semi-broken English with a flatulent accent, not so much. That really brought the movie down a notch for me.
Something else that brought down the movie, was Rayne's costume. Now, sure it was stunningly hot and sexy. But this is the 1940's, no one wore that kind of outfit back then, vampire or human! That was just over the top, and it really brought the movie down. It was out of place and time! Don't just have a costume in a movie because it looks hot, it is just too lame! As for the German's costume, well hats off for that, lots of nice touches and details there. So that worked well enough.
Another thing that shouldn't have made it to the movie was the lesbian love scene. Come on! Most people don't want to watch that! It was too much! And again, this was the 1940's, I am pretty sure people weren't open-minded as people are today. Again, it just seemed out of place and almost turned the movie into a soft-core porn. That was just too much!
One thing that did work for the movie, however, was the sets and the details put into the sets. It was like I would believe the 40's Germany would be like, and the emotional state that the country had would be like.
For a movie in the Bloodrayne legacy, Uwe Boll managed to take that whole concept and totally screw it up. The end result of this movie was bad! I didn't even make it to the end. I gave up about two-thirds into the movie. I was fed up with its tacky nonsense. And I had looked forward to this, liking the first part, so I thought it had to be better than part 2, but no, I was disappointed.
Uwe Boll have some good movies to his name, and also some bad movies; "Bloodrayne: The Third Reich" adds to the list of bad movies! If you like watching a woman in hot (totally out of the time period) costume and with way too much cleavage going on, then this movie might be something for you though.
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