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I saw Dracula 2000 a few days ago late at night. I wanted to see if Gerard Butler was any good in it, as I've only seen one of his other films (The Phantom of the Opera). I stayed up and watched all of it. This review is right, it's not that good a film, but it could have been. It had all the sex drive and intrigue of a vampire film, it had a hot star as Dracula, it also had some really good ideas, but it didn't pull it off well. I admit, the acting from the three main Stars (Gerard Butler, Christopher Plummer and Justine Waddel), was enough to keep me interested, and the extras on the DVD sound good, but to all those who feel like seeing it, keep the reciept...just in case.

Posted 9 years 4 months ago by Eriks Rose

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