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Resident Evil: Damnation
24 October 2012
Conclusion: 'Resident Evil: Damnation' is quite possibly, quite probably the best film in the 'Resident Evil' film franchise, starting slow, but delivering the most tense, nasty climax of the series. The underground battle is an absolute delight, that isn't quite as much scary as it is wonderfully created and impressive, with its finale in the elevator shaft being a true bit of horror.
Excerpt: Resident Evil: Damnation is an all new CG horror/action film set in the world created by the Resident Evil video game series. It is separate from the live action film franchise and takes more inspiration from various story elements that have happened in the video game series ( Damnation supposedly has some loose connections to the upcoming Resident Evil 6 ), rather than try to resemble the plot of any of the games.
Conclusion: Resident Evil: Damnation isn't the greatest video game-based movie out in the wild, but considering that the genre really doesn't have an excess of exemplary movies under its belt, Damnation does rank, well, fairly damn high within that group. It's true to the source, entertaining, well-written, nicely acted, and satisfactorily animated.