Resident Evil: Apocalypse

I was actually looking forward to this film, because the last installment in the Resident Evil series was a perfectly executed action movie. It worked because there was a central mystery that was revealed slowly over the course of the entire film. Most action films, you see, involve setting up a conflict, giving everything away in the first 20 minutes, and then having the star fight his or her way through hordes of disposable adversaries until he or she reaches the goal. That, sadly, is how RE:A works, but it’s not a terrible film. Milla Jovovich is charming as the action hero with the heart of viral mutations, and there are lots of cool zombie-killing sequences. Also, there’s a special bonus for RE and Jovovich fans: Whereas the first film featured the famous Milla crotch shot, this one has a brief glimpse of her pectoral charms, so together, the two films give you the complete Jovovich. Plus, you know, splattered zombie brains and stuff.


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