V for Vendetta never struck me on an emotional level and it is a bit heavy handed though presumably the graphic novel was pretty close as well, but the performances from both Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman are strong.
Underworld: Awakening actually isn’t that bad of a movie, albeit it’s not that great either. It’s probably on par with the previous movies just with slightly lower quality in terms of the cast (Bill Nighy even in a small role is irreplaceable). As it stands, the movie is really short and the visual effects, despite an upgrade in the budget, is mediocre at best, although the make-up and monster effects are alright in an old school kind of way.
Sony Pictures has announced the date and released artwork for the fourth movie in the horror franchise, Underworld: Awakening starring Kate Beckinsale, Stephen Rea and Michael Ealy. The film is directed by the Swedish tag team of Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein with writing co-credit to Len Wiseman, director of the first two in the series.