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Rotten: There's no guiding power at work here; it's Evolution without a shred of intelligent design.
- Ben Kenigsberg, Village Voice, Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Rotten: This is one of the more maddening franchises going right now, because so much potential is being wasted by director Len Wiseman, who cant seem to get the formula right.
- Bob Grimm, Sacramento News & Review, Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Rotten: As with Underworld: Evolution's 2003 predecessor, you leave the theatre feeling as if the filmmakers are still back there, with PowerPoint flow charts, explaining the flashback-intensive plotline ...
- Chuck Wilson, L.A. Weekly, Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Loved this movie.. The kids love vampire movies.. So this was a must see in this house..
- LWOODS04, Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Underworld Evolution does a really great thing that not too many sequels do, it just picks up right where the first one left off. We see the repercussions of everything that happened and get to see a lot of new characters and are introduced to knew background as a result. In many ways, this is superior to the first movie in that it just has such a great sense of pacing and timing. Every scene has its purpose and all of the throw-away set pieces just sort've vanish. Kate Beckinsale's Seline is even more cool this time around and seems to be doing more and more outlandish stunts and gunplay. We also get to see a little bit more of Michael and why he's such an important element to the overall story. However, it's the vengeful Marcus who becomes the main focus of the plot. His unwillingness to stop and destroy any chance of happiness is like watching a tanker truck plow into a barn; it's going to get through one way or another. Now for this sequel, there was a conscious effort to make it part of what I assume will be a three act story eventually. The end of this movie ends with one great finale and the promise of something much bigger in the future. This is a great series and one that most people seem to enjoy for the right reasons. It's a movie that doesn't talk down to its audience, but creates logical situations and plot devices. This sequel had an even better looking design and made you feel as if you were right in the action.
- ythelastman89, Tuesday, May 31, 2011