I actually thought they were saying "From the people that broguth you THE Blade Trinity" as in all 3 movies. That is the only reason I was going to check it out this weekend (oh yes, it will be on ALL weekend I am sure). But if it is what you say (only Blade Trinity) I may pass as I hated that movie so much it almost made me forget how good I and II were.
Give me a Sandwich and a Douchebag and there's nothing I can't accomplish!
To those who say people wouldn't look; they wouldn't be interested; they're too complacent, indifferent and insulated, I can only reply: There is, in one reporter's opinion, considerable evidence against that contention. But even if they are right, what have they got to lose? Because if they are right, and this instrument is good for nothing but to entertain, amuse and insulate, then the tube is flickering now and we will soon see that the whole struggle is lost. This instrument can teach, it can illuminate; yes, and it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise it is merely wires, and lights, in a box.-Edward R. Murrow
I guess I am in the minority but I watched it with all intent to loath it, mostly from all the negative Internet buzz (especially aintitcool) but I ended up enjoying it. Sticky Fingers is a midget and his Snipes accent is laughable. But when the story didn't focus on him and on the Vampire clan, it was really interesting. If they keep the focus on the politics and culture of the Vamps (and thumbs up for mentioning the possibility of Lycans showing up, screw Underworld) this show has a chance. It reminded me of the underrated, undeserving cancled Kindred: The Embrace more then Buffy. Since the 2 hour pilot is free on iTunes, give it a chance. More and more I find myself being at disagreement with the online geek community. Or maybe it is because I read how much something will suck and I go in with low expectations, and end up surprised, like I did with X-Men: The Last Stand and Ultraviolet (The Movie).
We can debate the quality of his films all day long, but there is no doubt about the influence that Scott's unique style had on modern film-making. He's the godfather of the Bay-Bruckheimer model, and a pioneer of action film editing and shooting.