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  • That was one of the best scenes in the whole film was the fire filling the sky, frying the birds
  • Those parts of the film were dull and boring
  • I don’t know if anyone else has asked this question, but it still bugs me whenever I think about this movie
  • He was very disappointed in the portrayal and so was I


    • by sarahdragon26
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      Ok. Why does it some like most movies nowadays focus on destroying the world? Well, Resident Evil Extinction presents a barren wasteland of a world, taking place mostly in the desert and Las Vegas. Alice does mildly explain the bare bones details of what happened to world after Racoon City was destroyed, but leaves a lot open for more questions that provide no answers.

      I was pleased to see most of this movie was not CGI based, expect for a few key parts. Like when Alice uses her powers to stop Issac from attacking her in the fake mansion and to kill the birds attacking the convoy. That was one of the best scenes in the whole film was the fire filling


      the sky, frying the birds. Even thou the Birds thing was a little much. Yes, it was a reference to the Birds movie by Hitchcock, but it seemed to me like it was put in there to save a dying plotline. Again. Ok, they’re trying to stay one step ahead of the zombies running around, but there was no further development into the story. Just keeping moving and than make their way to Alaska.

      Taking the whole T-virus to next level, trying to create moderately intelligent zombies again made a plotline that went no where expect in creating Alice’s foe for the end of the film. Those parts of the film were dull and boring. And showing Las Vegas as a sand trap was hilarious. The land of sin, turned into a barren wasteland. But it was also pretty cool and real, in a way, to show the city that way. Las Vegas is built in a desert and if there’s no one there to keep the sand back, the desert reclaims everything.

      I don’t know if anyone else has asked this question, but it still bugs me whenever I think about this movie. What happened to Angela Ashford and Jill Valentine?! They were in the car with Alice at the end of the second film, but now, they’re gone. I had read that the actress who played Jill couldn’t do the third film, but there was no explanation on what might have happened ...


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      to them in the film itself. They just disappeared. That makes no sense. You see Carlos and LJ, but there is nothing about the others. It just annoys me that there is a such a huge hole in this. A hole that someone could have easily fixed with a few sentences of explanation.

      There are two more things that stick out like a sore thumb for anyone who has played the games. Claire Redfield’s and Wesker’s characters. First thing, Claire is not your run of the mill bad-ass who can shoot as fast as she can talk. Her character is more gentle-seeming and homely. Claire from the movie is kick their butts now, ask questions later. Very tough and take control. I

      had no problems with Ali Larter’s acting abilities, just wasn’t overly fond of the way they changed Claire’s character. And the actor who played Wesker did the character itself no justice at all. He was too suave, too smiley, too cheery. Looked nothing like him. My husband didn’t believe me when I told him that was Wesker. He was very disappointed in the portrayal and so was I.

      Is this movie a must see? Not really. If you want to know what happens to Alice after the second film, then yes, you should see it at least once. Somethings will be explained, but not enough. The stunts and fight scenes were great, but that can’t save a movie that has no where to go.




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