“Dracula Untold fails to live up to the audience's expectation. With an uninspired story line, and below average performances, this saga is best left untold. ”
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A son doesn’t want his son to see the evils of conquering. Like a hero, the hero (Vlad played by Luke Evans), destroys an army singlehandedly almost, by drinking the blood of a demon, which gives him the power of a Dracula.
Luke Evans’s lines on the forehead would have given a face reader some access to his mind. His forehead aside, there’s not much to look forward to in his facial reaction. Charming Sarah Gadon for some moments keeps us off the indistinct plotline. The sequence where Luke Evans runs into an army and kills ‘em all is quite close to Kala Bhairava (Ram Charan) fighting a hundred men in Magadheera. Only Magadheera was a bit entertaining. The rebirth story too has a clone in Magadheera. Have the makers of Dracula Untold told their actors to watch the Telugu film?
Dracula Untold somewhere in the middle veers toward an uncomical droll in the horror-fantasy genre. Don’t tell me I haven’t told you about it.