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In the late 21st-century, a vampiric disease modifies some people, imbuing each of them with superhuman strength, intelligence and speed. A beautiful hemophage infected with the virus has to protect a boy in a futuristic world, who is thought to be carrying antigens that would destroy all hemophages.
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Big Picture Big Sound
Really, you can't blame Ms. Jovovich.
July 14, 2007
Chicago Reader
Despite the expository speeches draped over this like birthday bunting, the story remains largely incomprehensible.
March 06, 2007
The repetition of the action scenes play like an avant-garde joke about the indistinguishable nature of Hollywood fight scenes. Think Warhol's soup cans, only with actors posing with swords.
December 31, 2012
Entertainment Weekly
Crank your brain to its lowest possible idle and you'll still overthink Ultraviolet.
March 08, 2006
Cinema Crazed
One of the worst movies of 2006 so far.
April 29, 2009
Reel Film Reviews
Woefully nonsensical from start to finish...
January 17, 2010
Film Journal International
The narrative is so jumbled that even the actors can't seem to keep track of what exactly is meant to be happening.
March 01, 2007
Undemanding, unengaging, and glaringly unoriginal, Ultraviolet gives real comic books a bad name.
July 02, 2007
AV Club
Wimmer borrows all his best ideas from other movies...then spackles over his half-assed plot with a shiny aesthetic.
March 08, 2006
Village Voice
The most receptive audience will mainly be enlightened to know that you can make a movie as thoroughly unprofessional as this one and still get it released in 3,000 theaters.
August 27, 2009
Time Out
Derivative, adolescent tosh.
June 24, 2006
Dallas Morning News
March 25, 2006