Resident Evil: Apocalypse, apocalyptic fiction action horror film
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  • Nemesis looks pretty cool in this movie, which is one of the best parts of the film
  • All of the behind the scenes features are boring and a waste of time
  • When I saw this movie in theaters I thought I was missing something so I bought it on DVD


    • by Sami Oughanem

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      How can I write a review on a movie like this? Resident Evil: Apocalypse almost single handedly ruined the Resident Evil movie franchise. The plot was beyond terrible and the acting was laughable. Milla Jovovich was still looking just as good in this movie, but she couldn’t even save this movie.

      Apocalypse is comparable to House of the Dead, a video game based movie that had video game footage during battle scenes. The zombies in this movie were as strong as door knobs. Everything that was great about the first movie was saved for the third movie, but that still doesn’t


      explain this movie to Resident Evil fans.

      After being enhanced by the Umbrella Corporation Alice aids a group of survivors, stuck in Raccoon City. Thousands of people are trying to break out of the city as officials keep them locked in, frighten the virus may spread. To make things worse a biochemical weapon known as the Nemesis is unleashed to destroy anything in its sight.

      I really couldn’t stand this movie. More aspects from the video game were added into Resident Evil: Apocalypse but who really cares. When you have a scene where zombies are dying with matrix style kung fu you

      know there are problems. Nothing about this movie is good.

      Nemesis looks pretty cool in this movie, which is one of the best parts of the film. Things get sour whenever both Nemesis and Alice can jump higher than small office buildings. Whenever these two fight off and on you just want to laugh out loud. Most of the scenes in this movie resemble anything Uwe Boll has created. Remember Alone in the Dark?

      My version of Resident Evil: Apocalypse is apparently not as good as the other versions, but who cares. The transfer from DVD to Blu-ray looks good, the colors ...


      • Resident Evil: Apocalypse, apocalyptic fiction action horror film
      are a lot brighter and everything in general seems more realistic.

      This movie contains a few special features that make up for the movies terrible plot. All of the commentary tracks though are not anything to brag about. During all of the tracks everybody talks so highly of the movie. Who are they trying to kid? Parts of the movie that stand out as being embarrassing the director Alexander Witt and many others praise it to high heaven. Maybe all three of these tracks are comedy commentaries?

      Special featurettes on a film that stinks is pointless. All of the behind the scenes

      features are boring and a waste of time. Even the twenty deleted scenes are disappointing. There is a pretty amusing deleted scene with some naked zombies. If this was added into the movie maybe more people would have liked it.

      I hate this movie for all it’s worth. When I saw this movie in theaters I thought I was missing something so I bought it on DVD. The DVD really didn’t help too much either but I got a third chance with the movie. Turns out Resident Evil: Apocalypse is really that terrible, three strikes and it is out of here, hopefully for good.




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