Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil: Afterlife
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Resident Evil: Afterlife
28 January 2012
Excerpt: When you look back at the year 2010, odds are that you’ll remember the name “Alice” from Tim Burton’s wonderful “Alice in Wonderland” as opposed to the main character of the “Resident Evil” movie franchise.
Conclusion: Ultimately, Resident Evil: Afterlife is, no surprise, nothing but a generic Action movie that's big on spectacle and low on meaning. There's zero originality and the film does nothing that hasn't been done better elsewhere, so there's really not much of a reason to watch.
Excerpt: Maybe Shawn Roberts’ portrayal of Albert Wesker is meant to mimic the video games, stiff and utterly unconvincing, matching those early PlayStation entries of the franchise. That’s fine on a technicality, paying homage to what inspired this insipid film series, but it doesn’t work in execution...
Conclusion: 'Resident Evil: Afterlife' will sit comfortably as the middle shelf in this series, a film that doesn't come close to reaching the lows of 'Apocalypse,' but fails to come anywhere close to the fantastic original.
Conclusion: As you prepare for the onslaught in your lliving room that only Resident Evil: Afterlife on the Blu-ray format can deliver, let’s recap all the highlights as to why your going to click the link below and pre-order this title. First there’s Milla and Ali. There are zombies.
Excerpt: The Resident Evil franchise, like its countless undead denizens, somehow keeps coming back to life despite the total absence of any brain activity. All credit to series mastermind (the term is used somewhat recklessly) Paul W.S.
Excerpt: Twenty years ago, the story arc of a video game existed almost entirely as a way to structure the action. The medium itself was such a novelty back then, at least as a home entertainment console, that people were looking for the most simplistic outline possible.