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Rated R · 96 minutes · 2010

Action, Horror
This is a zombie move that de-emphasizes the walking dead in favor of characters standing around and having monotonous conversations about what they are going to do next. And when they do something, they do it in frustratingly slow motion. The story picks up where the last one left off, with multiple Alice (Milla Jovovich) clones running around in tight outfits; this visual is one of the few good things about the movie. They are attacking the Umbrella Corporation, going up against some bastard named Albert Wesker, played by the awful Shawn Roberts. Director Paul W.S. Anderson shot the film in 3-D, but his film is boring, not to mention cheap-looking. Another sequel is probably on the way; let’s hope Anderson hands the directorial reins to someone else.


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Official Site: residentevil-movie.com
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Producer: Paul W.S. Anderson, Jeremy Bolt, Robert Kulzer, Don Carmody, Bernd Eichinger, Samuel Hadida, Martin Moszkowicz and Victor Hadida
Cast: Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Kim Coates, Shawn Roberts, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Spencer Locke, Boris Kodjoe, Wentworth Miller, Sienna Guillory, Ray Olubowale, Kacey Barnfield, Norman Yeung, Fulvio Cecere and Denis Akiyama

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Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Flipped, Resident Evil: Afterlife 09/09/2010
The Coast Halifax Resident Evil: Afterlife will never die Yet another round of mindless action and gore gets pushed into decent, dumb-fun territory. by Matt Semansky 09/16/2010

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