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MOVIE REVIEW: Resident Evil Afterlife Review

Posted by David D'Angelo | 9/14/2010 02:28:00 PM | | 0 comments »
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MOVIE REVIEW: Resident Evil Afterlife Review - High on action, matrix-like fight scenes but too short progress in the story line. This is how I would summarize my review on the latest installment of Resident Evil. It is the fourth movie of Resident evil and focuses on the deepening story of the role of the Umbrella Organization in the release of the deadly T-Virus.

"Resident Evil: Afterlife," introduces a new familiar game character, Chris Redfield who now joins her sister Claire Redfield. Clair suffered from memory loss after the Umbrella Organization and their leader put a memory loss device into them. Alice managed to meet Claire on her way to Arcadia.

The movie begins where Resident Evil 3 ends, the set of Alice copies attacked the Umbrella headquarters in Tokyo and in the end an anti-T Virus was injected to her, making Alice human or which suppose to make her human.

I am sure that this movie will be more exciting and thrilling on 3D specially the battle scene between Alice and Claire against the large demonic butcher with a very large clever like weapon. The scenes were very captivating.

The ultimate battle in the end with the leader of the umbrella organization was so to say short and perhaps he might still be alive, well those were the ingredients in usual movies. Alice together wit Claire and Chris managed to free Arcadia but there is an impending attack from the Umbrella Organization.

The movie ends there and hints of the next plot for Resident Evil 5. Who would not want a part 5 especially if Resident Evil Afterlife topped the Weekend Box Office for September 10-12, 2010 with $26,650,264 in the United States.

Here are my ratings for Resident Evil Afterlife:
  • STORY: 8
  • CHARACTERS: 9
  • COHERENCE: 9
  • DEPTH: 8
  • MUSIC: 7
  • VISUAL EFFECTS: 10
  • POPULARITY:10
  • RECOMMENDATION: 10
  • TOTAL RATING:8.88




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