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Resident Evil: Afterlife [Blu-ray] [2010] [US Import]

3.9 out of 5 stars 277 customer reviews

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  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Screen Gems
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0046MOVD0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 239,233 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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By Chris Hoare TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Jan. 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
In Resident Evil Afterlife we continue the revenge of Alice against the evil bio-weapon manufacturer The Umbrella Corporation. A company whose accident has turned most all of the worlds population into zombies. As Alice notes in the prologue - the T-Virus took hold and killed the world - only it didn't stay dead. The films short 97 minutes see Alice travel to Tokyo, Alaska and Los Angeles - and despite the lack of budget the apocalypse looks pretty good.

Shot with the James Cameron Fusion Camera system we find that they have been used to good effect. Thankfully they producers avoided the temptation to poke you in the eye (mostly.) A lot of the time you don't notice anything special the film just has more depth. In the action though they have clearly taken care and in 3d they look especially good. In the tried and tested way of summer blockbusters there is little in the way of plot; beyond trying to destroy what remains of Umbrella; so the film relies on the action to carry the plot forward. Its lightweight and but sometimes that is all you need for entertainment; though Zombieland is still my favorite of the genre.

The Blu Ray comes with a fair selection of bonus features with the directors commentary being particularly interesting and there are the usual making of's and outtakes features. There is also a very early trailer for the next CGI Film Resident Evil: Damnation. Its the Best 3d blu-ray I have seen; and second only to avatar in terms of its presentation.
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Alice travels to a beach where she believes survivors are, when she gets there she finds Claire Redfield who has lost her memory, but nobody else. They later fly past an abandoned prison surrounded by zombies, they amazingly manage to land the plane on the roof and join a group of survivors that coincidently contains Claire's brother, Chris. They have to find a way to get from the prison to a ship called Arcadia, where more survivors are supposed to be.

The plot for this film is very thin, and seems to lose touch even further from the games on which they're based. The acting is decent from most, but Shawn Roberts seems horribly miscast as Wesker, I think he thought he was playing Agent Smith from The Matrix. Whilst I mention The Matrix, this film has far too many Matrix style fight scenes. Wesker is able to dodge bullets in slow motion, yet he gets hit by a flying knife which moves much slower. I just found it a little strange.

The film has so many slow motion scenes, Michael Bay would be proud, it's that bad that the slow motion probably adds at least ten minutes to the run time. The opening fifteen minutes is a massively over the top action sequence, it's a million miles away from the gritty realism the first film went for. Just after the ludicrous first fifteen minutes, Alice is given an injection that makes her a regular human again. I was really glad they did this, but they seem to forget about it and within no time she's superhuman again. Many of the zombies have evolved, much in the way the vampires did in Blade 2 and they look very similar. There's a creature in this that would be right at home in a Silent Hill game, but it looked cool and I didn't mind it.
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Thought it would be worth leaving a review to say I've just tested this 3D disc on my PS3 connected to standard 2D HDTV and it works perfectly fine, including all features. Picture and sound are lovely too :)
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I originally watched this movie in 2D and that deserved 4 out of 5. This 3D version is amazing. The 3D is used significantly throughout the film and the 3D is used to generate both depth in the picture and also items jumping out of the screen.

The first 10 minutes are how all action movies should start as it is just full on action. But there is action throughout the film.

I would highly recommend getting this movie in 3D is you are considering buying the movie.
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Okay so if you have watched the previous three entries in the RE movie franchise you know your what to expect, this fourth instalment has had a lot of negative criticism for the slo-mo and moments catering for its 3D based moments, to its credit this doesn't really affect the translation to dvd and it's a minor gripe in the overall impact the movie has, the first and final acts are both pretty flat but the main part (prison) is actually good fun and has some interesting characters, obviously this isn't Shakespeare but the writing is passable and the acting is good/average. The visual side is stunning with the dirty dark style of the prison coming off very well but the ultra clean and fairly barren Arcadia fight looking out of place, the soundtrack is fantastic and the films strongest feature, a classic sci fi and 'end of the world' score continuing throughout. For a action film that doesn't require much thought the film works well and Milla is great as Alice, she knows her strengths and weaknesses and it doesn't require any more than just a fun vehicle to show her screen time. Give it a go this is far more entertaining that 'Retribution' and equally as good as 'Extinction' and the original movie, pass on 'Apocolypse' if you can it's the least enjoyable.
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