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“Ultraviolet” – Best of Dare Daniel Podcast

Milla Jovovich riding a motorcycle in Ultraviolet

Ultraviolet (2006; Kurt Wimmer) – Best of Dare Daniel Rerun 10

Daniel and Corky bravely subject their mind’s eyes to the memory of Milla Jovovich in the retina-shredding Ultraviolet.


U.S. theatrical release date: March 3, 2006

Domestic box office: $18.5 million (production budget: $30 million)

Critic scores: 9 on Rotten Tomatoes; 18 on Metacritic

This week’s Darer: Marco Cabodi

Why did Marco dare Daniel and Corky to watch Ultraviolet“Nonsensical Milla Jovovich action vehicle that alternates between incredibly ambitious and incomprehensibly stupid.  It’s an amazing mix of everything being almost not as awful as it is.  It’s admirably unwatchable.”

IMDB synopsis: “A beautiful hæmophage infected with a virus that gives her superhuman powers has to protect a boy in a futuristic world, who is thought to be carrying antigens that would destroy all hæmophages.”

This week’s referenced movies: Cutthroat Island; Birth; Equilibrium; Sphere; The Recruit; Law Abiding Citizen; Salt; Total Recall (2012); Point Break (2015); The Matrix franchise; Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion16 BlocksEight BelowCaptain MarvelA Clockwork OrangeSin CitySky Captain and the World of TomorrowSpy Kids franchise; The Spirit300Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verseFargoI Am LegendRoninSleepaway CampHeat; the Blade franchise; Kill Bill: Vol. 1Little Shop of Horrors (1986); Gotti; the Resident Evil franchise; The Messenger; Dazed and Confused

Ratings for Ultraviolet: Daniel – Double Dare; Corky – Double Dare


Original theatrical trailer for Ultraviolet

A typically unwatchable fight scene

The unusually unwatchable motorcycle chase scene

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