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a5c7b9f00b A beautiful hemophage infected with a virus that gives her superhuman powers has to protect a boy in a futuristic world, who is thought to be carrying antigens that would destroy all hemophages.
Human society has been decimated by a holocaust caused by biological warfare research gone wrong: instead of creating super-soldiers, a genetically-engineered virus turns infected humans into Hemophages, a vampire-like sub-species with enhanced physical abilities. In the infection-paranoid and technologically advanced society that follows, Violet is a singular Hemophage warrior battling the totalitarian dictator who is determined to wipe out her species at any cost.
This movie was horrible. I love Miss Jovavich, and feel that she should have gotten "best actress in a zombie film" for her work on Resident Evil. But this movie was horrible. Even my love of Vampires couldn't save it. At times it feels like the writers just gave up. I can see them in the room going, "well what if we just put in this generic fighting clip here". Yup. Dull. Trite. Boring. Full of Cliché's. I watched people walk out of the film and fall asleep. This movie is the worst movie of 2006. Do not go to see it. It may cause your brain to explode. I think the thing that really makes me angry about this film, isn't it's UltraVomityness, but the fact that if this movie tanks, producers won't make more action/comic style movies. They'll think that viewers are "sick of the genre" when in fact, it was just caused by horrible violations of our mind like Ultraviolet.
So I was a bit disappointed with the film the plot was weak, the graphics terrible and the soundtrack....well none the less! Can we all just take a moment to appreciate Milla's rather sexy midriff? It's not normally something that would catch my attention! For me that is the best part of the film and sadly would be the reason I ever rewatched this....
Pic is hermetically sealed in a synthetic wrapping that's so total -- Sony's top-flight high-def cameras, visibly low-budget CG work, exceptionally hackneyed and imitative action and dialogue --that it arrives a nearly lifeless film.
Ultraviolet is based on a script written by American film-maker Kurt Wimmer (who also directed the movie). Wimmer has admitted to getting the idea for the movie from a 1980 movie that centers around a woman and young boy on the run from the Mafia. Viewers also suggest that Wimmer was inspired by comic books and mangas, since the opening credits is a montage of comic book covers. Ultraviolet was subsequently novelized in 2006 by American author Yvonne Navarro. The song with the female vocal is &quot;24&quot; by Jem. Gun Kata is a fictional martial art, combining statistical analysis and gunplay, to fight many adversaries at the same time, even when vastly outnumbered. Violet uses Gun Kata when fighting guards throughout the movie. For additional information, see the trivia section here for Wimmer&#39;s earlier movie, <a href="/title/tt0238380/">Equilibrium (2002)</a> (2002). Her hair and clothes change colour to suit her mood during different scenes. Even though that most of the new scenes in the unrated version are mere extended plot sequences—mostly running less than a minute—it&#39;s probably still the version for people who like the movie to have, because the unrated version improves the balancing by adding extra plot. Also, the new plot scenes surely

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