• EricCloud

    ★★★½ Rewatched by EricCloud 25 Jun, 2016

    If I felt guilty- this (and all the underworld films) would be my guilty pleasure movie 

    But I don't feel guilty and this flick is pure fun


  • Daniel Jensen

    ★★½ Watched by Daniel Jensen 22 Jun, 2016

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Underworld: Awakening is exactly as silly-stupid as the first Underworld, except a) it is (a lot) more violent and b) there is very little time spent explaining things. It's not as if the audience is treated as adults or anything, but they are treated like the (nerdy) 16-year-old boys that the movie clearly expects to be the dominant element. And in all fairness, this sequel could not possibly service them better, figuratively.

    The proxy figure for that young male audience…


  • Alex MacPherson

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Alex MacPherson 18 Jun, 2016

    The fourth installment in the "Underworld" franchise is a very fast paced 90 min ride, but it is never boring, and has very little downtime throughout. Yes, the action is not exactly memorable, but it is still a fun time to watch. This sequel is much more violent with plenty of head shots, as well as a big ass Lycan which is visually cool to see. Kate Beckensale is back to kick ass, so what else do you need?



  • airinnne

    ★★ Added by airinnne

    The worst of the series. Not even had I watched 50 mins of the movie and I was bored completely. The plot seems all messy and nonsensical, it frustrated the hell out me. It was all over the place, and to top it off, the ending hinted there will be another movie in the sequel... again.


  • Rainey Dawn

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Rainey Dawn 13 Oct, 2014

    Somewhat Disappointing

    Out of the 4 Underworld films, Awakening is the worst. Awakening is a good film but there are a couple of things that makes this one my least favorite and somewhat disappointing to me: One thing is Michael is not in the film and the first two films built Michael up to be a very important hybrid. Another disappointing thing is that the story lacks quite a bit -- it's just not as interesting as the other films…


  • Mark James Atienza

    ★★★ Watched by Mark James Atienza 22 Jan, 2012

    ...a wildly entertaining, action-packed engagement satisfying enough even with a storyline lesser than it should be.


  • Quinton Trapp

    ★★ Watched by Quinton Trapp 20 Mar, 2016

    The girl hybrid looked like a turd covered in blue and white make up.


  • Aaron

    ★★ Watched by Aaron 16 Mar, 2016

    Worst so far, but not horrible. Feels like a bridge to the next one. Super freaky looking girl.


  • Bigdaddycool

    Added by Bigdaddycool

    I can't tell the difference between this and the resident evil franchise.

    Deep fried dog shit


  • Ashley Shannon

    ★★★½ Added by Ashley Shannon

    Underworld Awakening is a 2012 horror action film. Directed Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein (Shelter) and Starring Kate Beckinsale (Underworld Franchise, Van Helsing), Theo James (The Inbetweeners Movie) and Charles Dance (Alien 3, Last Action Hero). The film is a direct sequel to Underworld Evolution (2006) and the fourth film in the series overall.

    Underworld Awakening picks up right where Underworld Evolution left off (Rise of the Lycans was a prequel and as such isn't really mentioned). After the events…


  • Stallion

    ½ Added by Stallion

    How many of these shit movies must they create before they get the idea that they are a disaster.....


  • Andy H

    ★★ Rewatched by Andy H 15 Jan, 2016

    The fourth film in the Underworld series is a distinctly uneven and pretty much unnecessary affair. Whilst the initial trilogy were steeped in mythology based around the centuries old war between the vampires and the lycans and work together well narratively, all that though has been pretty much been jettisoned along with every character besides Selene the vampire and Death Dealer, who now wakes up in a very different world after being cryogenically held captive by Antigen a ruthless biotech…