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Ultraviolet (2006)

7 Ratings: -1.0
Action & Adventure movie directed by Kurt Wimmer

As an overdose of eye candy,Ultravioletcan be marginally recommended as the second-half of a double-feature withAeon Flux. Both films are disposable adolescent fantasies featuring a butt-kicking babe (in this case, the svelte and sexy Milla Jovovich) … see full wiki

Director: Kurt Wimmer
Genre: Action, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG-13
5 reviews about Ultraviolet (2006)
review by . November 19, 2010
I guess there's a guilty pleasure wrapped up here somewhere in ULTRAVIOLET, a bloated video-gamer's paradise of a movie with action sequences quite possibly choreographed by Maybelline in order to provide the most subtle, haunting, and pristine glances at the features of Milla Jovovich. All kidding aside, she is quite stunning to look at.      The plot -- not that one matters! -- is inconsequential here. All the film is shuttles between excuses to get from each action …
Quick Tip by . November 22, 2009
Absolutely, one of the worst films ever made. It featured fight choreography by Maybelline.
review by . October 09, 2006
Pros: Pretty good special effect; my wife thought it was a video game.     Cons: Plot, well, let a lot to be desired.     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie''s plot. Movies about uber badass (white) women seem to be in vogue as we sail into the 21st century. Some are good, some not; Ultraviolet (2006) staring Milla Jovovich in the title role, falls neatly into the latter category. The story is the same; mankind has mucked up the …
review by . July 27, 2006
Personally, I believe Milla Jovovich is great, even in this because she handles the 'tough' role really well. Cameron Bright also did a good job in his role. In this film I'm going to hold the director entirely responsible for bringing together this mess. `Ultraviolet' is something that I'd expect from Uwe Boll. The film relies completely on CGI and still manages to fall short of expectations. The movie bears some resemblance to `Equilibrium,' like the art of the Gun-Kata and how society is stratified. …
review by . July 05, 2006
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When Kurt Wimmer wrote and directed "Equilibrium," he managed to make a wonderful, lower-budget sci-fi flick that had a great story, plenty of action, and solid performances from actors such as the wonderful Christian Bale, Sean Bean, Taye Diggs, and Emily Watson. When Wimmer cranked out "Ultraviolet," he was given a larger budget, an established action star in Milla Jovovich, and a really creepy kid who is perfect at playing a creepy kid (Cameron Bright). So what does he do with these seemingly …
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