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Okay, so I've seen this movie three times now - once on our anniversary weekend in MN on the IMAX screen, when it came out (I bought it right away) & then again on Saturday cuz I wasn't feeling well & had been wanting to watch this movie again.

Now, one thing you should know about me - I love vampires.  Always have.  Even before the craze that Twilight started.  I've seen the old Dracula with Bela Lugosi when I was just a teen & loved it.  Interview with a Vampire is up there as one of my favorite films - not only was it about vampires but it had Brad Pitt in it (I went through a HUGE Brad Pitt phase).  Vampires are awesome!

Another thing you should know, Luke Evans is one of my crushes so, of course, I would like this film.  I mean, look at him:  

Back to the movie.  I loved seeing the transformation from Vlad to Dracula & why he choose the life he did.  I also loved the visual effects of the fight scenes especially the one of Vlad vs. the Turk army all by himself outside his castle.  So cool!  Also, I loved the supporting cast:

I'm am hopeful for a sequel like they left it to possibly have one.  

Dracula Untold's Grade:


  1. I really really really want to see this now!

    1. Then see it, girlie, & then report back with your thoughts. I really do like it a whole lot. :)


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