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RESIDENT EVIL - A team of paramilitary commandos must battle flesh-eating undead, killer mutant dogs and a supercomputer’s deadly defences before an unleashed virus consumes humanity in this adaptation of the hit video game series!
RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE - After narrowly escaping the horrors of the underground Hive facility, Alice is quickly thrust back into a war raging above ground between the living and the undead. It’s a race against time as the group faces off against hordes of blood thirsty zombies, stealthy Lickers and mutant canines.
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RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE - Alice (Milla Jovovich) is back in the fourth installment of the Resident Evil saga. Now, without super human powers, she'll team up with fellow survivors Claire and Chris (Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller) to take on the armies of the undead and take down the Umbrella Corporation whose virus has created them.
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and went for the boxed collection, 4 great movies
at this price (£8.99) you just cant go wrong.
Have ordered the 5th film Retribution,
and now the final film will be released (march 22)
ending the series, ( R E The final chapter )
I have ordered that to complete the collection,
dvd version was great but I would now highly
recommend the Blu-ray version. It just looks
and sounds so much better. Recommended.
Update, The Final Chapter out around 15/07/17
A botched attempt to steal a very powerful virus sets of the automatic defences in a top secret underground facility known as The Hive, locking all employees inside. Directly above, Alice wakes up in a shower not knowing where she is or even who she is. Upon searching her room she finds, hidden in a locked drawer, guns, and lots of them. A few moments later she stumbles upon a tactical response team on a secret mission into The Hive to dispatch of the Red Queen...
For a videogame-based movie, I must say I like it. I remember the first time I saw it I felt real skeptical because of the catastrophic attempt of videogame adaptations like Street Fighter, Super Mario Bros and others. The acting is good, at least compared to other action movies, and the special effects are overall also good. Being a zombie movie it contains a surprisingly small amount of blood and gore to which you get an explanation though, which makes it more interesting and thought through (the blood has coagulated in the undead bodies, ergo they don't bleed in the normal sense).
The release was better than average, a big step up from the DVD, with sharp and crisp picture throughout and intense colours.
3 / 5 stars
RESIDENT EVIL: Apocalypse
Continues directly after the first one where Alice once again wakes up not quite knowing where she is. After exiting the hospital she finds herself back in Raccoon City where the dead walks the streets...
This sequel was a bit of a letdown. First of all the director tries too hard to make it look like the video game, with all from how the characters move to how they are dressed. This is particularily apparent in the case of Jill Valentine. Sure, it's fun to recognize a character from the game in the movie, but lines have to be drawn somewhere, and I think they crossed it by a mile. What works in a game may not work in a movie. I also thought the acting was below par. In some scenes I could almost feel how silly the actors felt, especially Ms. Guillory. On the plus side was the special effects which were way better than the first with much less apparent CGI.
The picture was sharp, nice saturated colours with very little grain. Only problem was with the sound which was prone to distort during loud scenes. The recording volume seemed to be a bit on the high side, and the difference between the lows and the highs were quite extreme. Not a big problem but anyway.
2 / 5 stars
RESIDENT EVIL: Extinction
Five years after the Racoon City incident, the T-virus has spread around the world and humanity is on the verge of extinction. The only way of surviving is by constantly moving from place to place to avoid the undead. A small band of survivors, led by Claire Redfield, choose to make for Alaska where supposedly the virus hasn't reached yet...
My favourite so far, better than both its predecessors. The special effects are better, the acton scenes more intense and the gunfights seem more realistic. And this time, when the zombies are shot there is blood, and quite alot too. It also felt as if the actors did a better job, especially Ali Larter who is a bit out of her element portraying a tough survivor.
Regarding the release it was also excellent, best of the three first, and nicely balanced sound with great space and dynamics.
4 / 5 stars
RESIDENT EVIL: Afterlife
Another seven years later, Alice decides to take action against Umbrella in Japan, bringing her clones that she discovered in Extinction to help out. After all, one Alice is bad enough, and letting them fight 30 or more is truly devastating! Wesker escapes in an airplane, with the original Alice on board, but just when she is about to end his evil reign he sticks her with a syringe containing an antidote which strips away her special powers. Helpless against him without them she tries one last desperate thing...
Paul W.S. Anderson is back in the directors chair for this sequel, both for the better and for the worse I think. He has a thing for slow-motion action sequences, a bit like Zak Snyder, and usually I think it's OK to use it in a small amount but I felt that certain scenes in this movie looked like they'd been copied from The Matrix. No new thinking at all which is a shame, as Anderson is most of the time an accomplished moviemaker. Apart from that, it's an entertaining 90 minutes with more gore than the previous ones and also, so far, the best special effects. In my opionion this is as good as the first movie.
This was also the best release of them all, slightly better even than Extinction, with a really good surround mix, crisp picture and well-saturated colours.
3 / 5 stars
All in all, I recommend it to fans of sci-fi action movies and considering its price, just buy it!