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Plot: In a world ravaged by a virus infection, turning its victims into the Undead, Alice (Jovovich), continues on her journey to find survivors and lead them to safety. Her deadly battle with the Umbrella Corporation reaches new heights, but Alice gets some unexpected help from an old friend. A new lead… Runtime: 96 min Release Date: 10 Sep 2010
Resident Evil: Full of Life (by springsunnywinter)
I am a huge fan of the video game series; I've played & completed every Resident Evil game there is and I have 100% trophies of Resident Evil 5.I loved the previous Resident Evil movie trilogy although many fans were disappointed by them because it wasn't to close to the games and Alice is the main character who isn't in any game. The filmmakers can't please everyone when it comes to movies based on video games because if the movie is very similar to the game then people will say that "What is the point of the movie when it is just as same as the game?" but if it <more>
is very different then people will complain that it is not related to the game in any way, shape or form. What Paul W.S Anderson has done is created an original story and had the setting of the game in the first film & in this one as well. Which is the best thing to do and he has proved that he is a terrific writer & director, he may not be the best filmmaker ever but he does know how to make good movies based on games and he is one of my favourite directors. His two movies Mortal Kombat & Resident Evil are both the best video game adaptations to date.The plot of Resident Evil: Afterlife is that it takes place after Extinction and Alice is continuing to look for survivors in world that has been infected by T-Virus that has turned into flesh eating zombies plus she wants to take revenge on Albert Wesker and this time she if fully prepared with her clones, telekinetic powers and awesome weapons. Fighting Wesker isn't an easy task because he is superhuman himself just like in Resident Evil 5. This instalment is very close to the games and particularly Resident Evil Code Veronica & Resident Evil 5. Those who have played the 2 games will get flashbacks while watching the movie.This was the most anticipated film for me this year and it absolutely did not disappoint me at all. I loved every minute of it right from start to end. Resident Evil: Afterlife was relentlessly entertaining, exiting and a perfect popcorn movie at the cinema kind. The movie had a great blend of action, horror, sci-fi and thriller. This one had a much more post-apocalyptic look than in extinction and has amazing special & visual effects in just in a $60 million budget. The monsters were just like in Resident Evil 5, e.g. the zombies look like the majini's with their predator like mouth, the executioner and the dogs that split their heads open with teeth inside it. So it was fascinating to see that.The cast was great, Milla needs no introduction & is fantastic just like always and she is improving in acting, stunts and she doesn't struggle to get the job done because she can do it. Shawn Roberts was a much better Albert Wesker than Jason O'Mara in Extinction.Overall it's not an Oscar winning kind movie & it doesn't need to be. It's a movie for the fans not for critics so ignore their negative reviews but I had a really good time watching it since I am a fan and check it out if you're looking for an entertaining movie and it's a must see if you are a Resident Evil fan.
"Afterlife" is great-Milla's return to the role, that fits her the most! (by drakula2005)
I saw Resident Evil when it got out back in 2002, and was impressed by the tension and action and, by Milla Jovovich, of course.Although flawed, the second installment of the franchise found more room to expand to than i could've ever imagined.And though it was logical, the third one provided the goods as well with more action and a bigger picture, as well.Now, visiting a pre-screening of "a movie", everything would've been perfect, if the movie was one of Zack Snyder's upcoming efforts, or Milla/Anderson's new Resident Evil.And boy, was i happy to know it was one of <more>
my most anticipated movies this year.Now, Alice is back, once again.I wasn't sure what to expect, because the series were strong and solid so far, but it isn't easy to keep up the good pace.So, at first, i thought it wasn't going to be easy to match the prequels, especially the scale of the last installment.But then, the news about the 3D came around, and followed by the fusion system technology announcement, the infamous Cameron creation, that will be used almost ruthlessly often in the future, it was all clear.I saw it getting better and better, the development of the movie was incredible lately and, though the trailer wasn't saying much, i was kind of hoping to cover the best parts, and i luckily hoped right and this was the best part-i wasn't expecting even half of the action and battle sequences i saw.And i must say, that the cast is the best, that could've been assembled.Ali Larter is great, she's grown so much to the series, that fits her perfectly well.Wenthwort Miller is cool, a little bit Scofield-like, but that's normal.After all, he was great as a con.The only thing i missed was Oded Fehr, who has portrayed a very likable and convincing character in the 2-nd and 3-rd installments.And, surprisingly, the script had more incommon with the videogames than the prequels had.I mean, that's a fresh take, and the 3D makes it better.This is probably the best 3D since How to Train Your Dragon was around, and as a horror/action movie-the best of it's kind.Just to compare, the technology was way better than the 3D, used in the last "Destination" installment and, as well, better then "Valentine's Day" remake.And those movies made a lot of profits at the Box Office.And to add something up-i red a review, claiming that the movie is a "Matrix" rip-off.So my advice is this-don't listen to those claims-first of all, there were some stunts, looking very similar to a couple, featured in "The Matrix", but the script led very logically to them, and this isn't a trademark for "The Matrix".People dodging bullets or walking on walls-wow i've seen this somewhere else-oh yes, in, at least 2 or 3 movies.Second of all, those scenes are very sane and surely not even looking close to those, in the Wachovski movie, instead being shot in an entirely different style.It's like claiming that a car, plane or train explosion is a trademark for some movie.And those people should admit, that The Matrix is also copying a couple of movies.And those movies are Alex Proyas's "Dark City" and Germany's "Welt am Draht".So don't give the audience false infos.Another interesting thing was the way Anderson shot the movie-in entirely different style from the previous ones.This new moves are definitely a change in direction for Anderson as a director, a fresh and surely an epic one.So expect "Afterlife" to surpass the domestic achievements of its predecessors, because, aside from the fusion tech and the hype surrounding it's release, the movie has something the above-mentioned movies don't-a convincing lead.Because Milla Jovovich sets the mark for lead female characters in all movies to come, and she's fantastic-Alice's return and the role that fits Milla Jovovich the most.Fantastic movie for fans, a real peak in it's genre.And one of the best movies of its kind this year.My rate:A deserved 10/10 for Milla & co.
If you are a fan of trilogy, you shall not be disappointed. This movie completely lives up to it's expectations. Honestly I don't think 3D was necessary but still it was a great add on. They introduce a new star cast who were familiar from TV shows etc. and they also did a great job. Also don't storm out of theaters right after the credits, stay for few minutes and see a MAJOR clue. Milla Jovovich yet again surprises us with her charismatic hardcore action. I cannot imagine anyone else for the role of Alice besides her. Ali Larter didn't had a major role but she also kicked <more>
butt! And offcourse if you like Zombies, this one has more than the previous parts. The soundtracks of the movie were breath-taking. They literally gave me goosebumps! I'm just not happy that it wasn't long enough. I was hoping for it to be at least 120mins but it was instead 90mins but I guess they are saving it for the next chapter. And yes believe me there will be a next one! I cannot wait to own this movie in Blu-Ray.Go watch it, you will not be disappointed!!!
Rejuvenating from "extinction" (by Supersaiyan-returns)
Alice is back to blow up some zombie s**t.This movie got one of the best performances of Millay's career and i was really impressed on seeing some of the footage!Ali Larter reprises her role as Claire and in my opinion,she's getting better&better in every film she does!!Shawn Roberts as Albert,for the first time on this franchise and did his job pretty good enough& in my opinion,he steals the show because he's super strong and fatally fast!Chris red field's character was taken by Wentworth miller was a great addition!also this movie is going to be as far as true to the <more>
game series itself than the prequels.This movie used "Fusion camera system" of James Cameron for the 3d shoots!Also the 3d came out really wonderful and this is going to get much better applause than avatar did!Another blockbuster for Paul Anderson,before the final showdown in"RE:regeneration" --"jason molar avian"
Good for the Friday night, a lot of time and effort went into this as you will be able to see from the very 1st scene.Pros: The usual amazing metal techno soundtrack, kick ass moves, no long boring scenes which take forever.Cons: Seemed to end abruptly when it seemed it should have had an extra 20 mins, slow motion scenes seem to appear too frequently and somehow spoil certain fight scenes.All in all, definitely go to see it if you are a fan of the series. If you have not seen previous instalments, it may be a little confusing, but will still enjoy it as the start explains the story very <more>
Resident Evil in Matrix style: best action I've seen in years (by Nicky777)
Milla Jovovich is back for the fourth installment of the series and this chapter is a whole lot better than the previous ones.I'm a huge fan of both games and movies so it was great to see that this movie was closer to the games.3D does its job and delivers the greatest action and fight sequences I've seen in years. The creators used slow motion and made RE:A look like Matrix in some scenes.All the actors tried their best to make characters believable.Milla Jovovich proves one more time that the role of Alice fits her the most and establishes herself as one of the biggest female <more>
action stars.Ali Larter plays Claire Redfield again and Wentworth Miller is her big brother Chris Redfield. I wish there had been more of them in the movie but the game fans will be pleased anyway to see them in action.However, the brightest star of this movie is Shawn Roberts. Every time he shows up on the screen as the main antagonist Albert Wesker he steals the scene. Wesker is sexy as hell and totally bad-ass, I can't think of anyone who could have played this character better.The only reason I gave this movie 9 is a bit disappointing ending - it leaves guessing what's going to happen next. On the other hand, it suggests that there will be fifth part and we can hope it's going to be even better than the fourth.All in all, this movie is a candy for both RE and action fans. The fight scenes will leave you amused. If you're going to see this film, do yourself a favor and see it in theater in 3D - that's the way it's meant to be seen. You won't regret it - the movie is worth the ticket price. And don't rush out of the cinema afterwords - if you stay a couple more minutes as the credits roll, you'll see the big twist.
I recently got a chance to watch Resident Evil: Afterlife with a couple of friends at a local theatre. The first three movies didn't give me that much to expect for the fourth installment, either way, I was very excited. I came out completely blown away. It was high octane thrilling action at its best.Some movies e.g. Airbender used the magic of 3D to great waste. But to tell you, Resident Evil 4 was absolutely amazing in 3D and surround sound. Never before had I got to witness Milla Jovovich blowing zombies away in 3D. It was a whole new experience and the first of its genre to be in <more>
3D. I thought it was used amazingly.There were many jump scares which I didn't mind, the 4 mouthed zombie's looked awesome and the normal zombie's look also very freaky in 3D as well as the Axeman whose feet shaked the very floor of the theater. But the best scene for me was definitely the final battle with Wesker, complete with suspenseful rock music accompanied in which accompanied the epic battle. We've been waiting for almost 3 movies to see his head blown out into bits by Jovovich. I'll leave you to see yourself if he makes it out alive.Overall it was a great movie, not for kids, so do yourself a wonderful favour, run to your local theater and buy yourself a ticket for Resident Evil: Afterlife in 3D.P.S. Stay a few minutes into the credits. Video game fans wont be disappointed
Aside from plot holes and IMPROBABILITIES AS BIG AS THE EARTH, It Was Fun (by sidekicknick43)
The Bad: When I say improbabilities, I mean improbabilities. There's a part about fifteen minutes in when Alice and Wesker crash a plane headfirst into a mountain and minutes later she walks out of the wreckage mildly burned with a limp. Now, Wesker has powers now so I can accept him surviving. She's human. If you can buy that, the sky's the limit. Other problems include Wentworth Miller, who was doing his best Christian Bale impression the whole time and the guy who played Wesker was pretty bad, too. I could see that guy being a memorable villain, but it was kind of ruined by the <more>
performance and an anticlimactic, but cool looking, end fight.The Good: This series is very much one of those that, while it is very different to the game, they are still fun movies. For that, I put this series up with some of the better video game movies that we have, not that that's saying much. I mean, look what it's going up against. And for those of you who want these things to be more faithful to the games, this is the most faithful one so far. The action scenes, while indeed stealing heavily in some parts, are really fun and the rest of the acting isn't as bad as it could have been. I've read some reviews where the critic was bothered by the sudden and unexplained appearance of the Executioner/Axe Man. This is different from the video games and previous movies how? It's the Resident Evil movie. You kill these bosses and you just move on from there. I don't want a whole back story on a guy who only appears for about fifteen-twenty minutes.Now, if you like the other three films, go ahead and see this one. If you didn't, I don't even know why you're reading this review because this most certainly is not going to redeem it.8/10
It's not very original, but it's still so much fun (by acerky)
Resident Evil: Afterlife is the 4th instalment of the Resident Evil series. Milla Jovovich goes back to do what she does best: kick ass.With a new villain, new location and a big man with a big axe, RE4 sees Alice trying to find Arcadia, the so called last safe haven for survivors of the T-virus. She finds her old ally Claire from the 3rd film, who has lost her memory, and together they meet up with a new group of survivors trying to get to Arcadia. Easier said than done when they're all surrounded by the undead.Jovovich and Ali Larter do well as the leading ladies of action, but Shawn <more>
Roberts is basically just channeling The Matrix's Agent Smith as the villain Wesker, from the voice right down to the sunglasses. He comes off looking like a video game character all right. Prison Break's Wentworth Miller does alright as Claire's brother Chris, but still sounds like Michael Scofield, as always.Roberts isn't the only thing here that reminds me of The Matrix, all the slow mo action sequences just screams of it too. But you know, it just works very well. To his credit, Paul W.S. Anderson doesn't pretend to make a cerebral action horror flick, he just gives what his audiences want: a bloody good time. You want blood, gore, monsters and Alice looking awesome? They're all here.The familiarity of it all might annoy you at first, but after a while you'll feel comfy and end up getting a real kick out of this.Bring on RE5!