Ultraviolet 2016- UK Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook Limited to 2000 Blu-ray Region free

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UK Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook limited to 2000 As an overdose of eye candy, Ultraviolet can be marginally recommended as the second half of a double-feature with Aeon Flux. Both films are disposable adolescent fantasies featuring a butt-kicking babe in this case, the svelte and sexy Milla Jovovich in a dystopian future, and both specialize in the kind of barely-coherent, video-game storytelling thats constantly overwhelmed by an over-abundance of low-budget CGI. Director Kurt Wimmer fared much better with his earlier film Equilibrium, but hes trying for a lively comic book vibe here beginning with Hulk-like opening credits with a digitally enhanced, Tron-like color palette. It largely suits this late-21st century story of a blood war between the ultra-violent Violet Jovovich, member of a vampire-like group of resistance fighters infected with a man-made virus called the Hemophage, and the human Vice Cardinal Daxus Nick Chinlund, whos determined to eliminate Violets kind once and for all. Wimmer takes all of this way too seriously, crafting a plot involving Violets rescue of a human clone boy Cameron Bright thats intended as an homage to John Cassevetes 1980 drama Gloria, but Wimmers good intentions are mostly lost in a repetitive series of chaotically choreographed fight scenes, mostly involving the tight-bodied Jovovich wiping out dozens of armour-clad enemies. Its all too numbingly hectic to qualify as a satisfying movie, but sci-fi buffs should give it a look anyway, if only to see how locations in Shanghai and Hong Kong contribute to the films futuristic design

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limited collectors edition
uk
steelbook
only 2000 made
UK Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook limited to 2000 As an overdose of eye candy, Ultraviolet can be marginally recommended as the second half of a double-feature with Aeon Flux. Both films are disposable adolescent fantasies featuring a butt-kicking babe in this case, the svelte and sexy Milla Jovovich in a dystopian future, and both specialize in the kind of barely-coherent, video-game storytelling thats constantly overwhelmed by an over-abundance of low-budget CGI. Director Kurt Wimmer fared much better with his earlier film Equilibrium, but hes trying for a lively comic book vibe here beginning with Hulk-like opening credits with a digitally enhanced, Tron-like color palette. It largely suits this late-21st century story of a blood war between the ultra-violent Violet Jovovich, member of a vampire-like group of resistance fighters infected with a man-made virus called the Hemophage, and the human Vice Cardinal Daxus Nick Chinlund, whos determined to eliminate Violets kind once and for all. Wimmer takes all of this way too seriously, crafting a plot involving Violets rescue of a human clone boy Cameron Bright thats intended as an homage to John Cassevetes 1980 drama Gloria, but Wimmers good intentions are mostly lost in a repetitive series of chaotically choreographed fight scenes, mostly involving the tight-bodied Jovovich wiping out dozens of armour-clad enemies. Its all too numbingly hectic to qualify as a satisfying movie, but sci-fi buffs should give it a look anyway, if only to see how locations in Shanghai and Hong Kong contribute to the films futuristic design

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