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Russell Mulcahy, Milla Jovovich | Theatrical release: 2007 | Rating: R (MPAA)
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It's three years after the action of RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE, and the world has turned to desert in this third film based on the now-classic video game RESIDENT EVIL. Survivors of the zombie-making T-virus are few and far between, but Alice (Milla Jovovich) treks her way across the desolate landscape, fending off zombies and fighting the Umbrella Corporation. Not only is the company responsible for the virus and the state of the world, but their experiments also turned Alice into a super-human fighting machine. She reunites with Carlos (Oded Fehr) and L.J. (Mike Epps) when she joins with a caravan of people led by Claire Redfield (Ali Larter, HEROES). Together, the band battles the undead as they make their way to the promised safety of Alaska.The zombies of RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION have more in common with the fast-moving fiends of 28 DAYS LATER than with the lumbering creatures of George Romero's classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. However, this film doesn't limit itself to human zombies; instead, there's horror to be found in undead dogs and crows. But none of these are any match for Jovovich's Alice. Whether clad in chaps and short shorts or a slinky red dress and boots, Jovovich is dressed to kill as she takes down the zombie hordes with a lethal combination of guns, knives, and a powerful pair of legs. Just as in ULTRAVIOLET and THE FIFTH ELEMENT, the actress has perfected the role of the dangerous beauty, and this film's blend of butt-kicking action and horror-movie scares provides the perfect opportunity for her to shine.

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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 043396190832

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Genre:Action/Adventure
Format:DVD

Director:Russell Mulcahy
Leading Role:Milla Jovovich
eBay Product ID: EPID63755379

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[A]dding great production values, well directed action, mean 'n' moody Milla and a satisfying finale equals decent Friday night fodder."
Ultimate DVD - Jason Caro (04/01/2008)

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Created: 12/16/07

Evil Lives Up ---- AGAIN !!

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Flesh-Eating Zombies are Apocolyptically back in 'Resident Evil: Extinction', the Third (3rd) and expected last film in the 'Resident Evil' franchise. No better or worse than its video game-derived predecessors, Russell Mulcahy's schlockfest plays off other Sci-Fi Chillers as Milla Jovovich slices and dices her way through Armies of Zombies to shut down the Nefarious Umbrella Corporation for good.
Watching Jovovich and her Action Babe sidekick Ali Larter (Heroes) blast Zombies to a bloody pulp is akin to seeing a gore-splattered Maxim layout, turned into a feature film; a premise that frankly was set for all 'Resident Evil's' successfully. And is still the hot, smoking-gun again !!
For anyone who missed the previous 'Resident Evil' Films, Jovovich plays Alice, one of the few people left on Earth not infected with the Umbrella Corporation's T-Virus, which turns its victims into Zombies. Genetically altered to be super strong and agile by the sinister Dr. Isaacs (Iain Glen), Alice has found a refuge of sorts in the Nevada wasteland, where she ultimately meets a ragged band of survivors, led by her 'Resident Evil: Apocalypse' friend Carlos Oliveira (Oded Fehr) and Claire Redfield (Larter).
After many brutal conflicts with the Zombies and T-Virus Infected Crows, they decide to set out for distant Alaska, supposedly beyond the reach of the T-Virus. But first they'll have to stop to refuel in Las Vegas, where they'll run up against the Zombies for one more Apocolyptic Showdown while Isaacs, who needs Alice's blood; seeks to avenge his evil plan of transforming the Zombies into his slaves.
Directed by Mulcahy ('Highlander') with great enthusiasm for his genre, 'Resident Evil: Extinction' offers up more of it's same sexy-horror slaughter (i.e., scantily clad babes battling Zombie Galore), in a film that screams success to it's audience on multiple-levels.... the sex, violence and Zombie Monsters. Mulcahy and Producer/Screenwriter Paul Anderson crib from such films as 'The Road Warrior' (1982), '28 Days Later' (2003), 'Pitch Black' (2000) and George Romero's 'Day of the Dead' (1985), among others, in this vehicle for Jovovich, the reigning queen of the Sexy-Erotic Horror Babes vs Zombies (that even Rose McGowan has joined now from 'Planet Terror').
Entertaining....Fun-Guara​nteed !!!!

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Created: 02/10/08

Resident Evil: Extinction, Rocks!!!!

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As a self-proclaimed horror critic, I have to say that this latest installment of the Resident Evil series of movies greatly supersedes the first two movies on many levels. As the rules for horror movies go, the third installment is a bigger production, introduce more characters, reveals new nemeses, and of course, leaves the door open for the next installment. Reminiscent to the beginning of Resident Evil Apocalypse, Extinction opens to narration by Alice which does a fantastic job of cementing the past and present conditions of the world which has now been overrun by zombies. The virus becomes a bigger player in this movie, spawning infected turned cannibalistic birds, super strong zombies, more mutant nemeses and a few thousand Alice clones.
Unlike part two, there was not as much gratuitous violence, which really made the film alot more enjoyable. Two main characters from part two make good in Extinction; in fact,they lasted to the near end which was a very nice change in that they did not just turn up in the beginning of the movie and die without a fight, like say characters in Underworld 2 and The Grudge 2. Great action and constant twist and turns kept the movie moving very fast. The excess of blood in this movie is reminiscent of 90's Japanimation: lots of splashing, slashing and exploding head shots, which are essential for a good zombie movie. Mila really tones down her Ripleyesque attitude(Aliens Resurrection) from part 2 and shows a more sympathetic side throughout the film; however, that does not mean that she does not kick ass better than ever. Aside from a few holes in the storyline and the use of obviously simple cat and mouse tactics imposed to walk you towards the next conflict, Extinction is a very well made zombie movie that has surpassed the previous two installments technically, and more importantly, financially. I assure you that the success of this movies will spawn part 4 in the coming year or two. I have yet to buy this film, but as soon as I see it on EBay for a decent price, it's mine.

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Created: 08/04/09

Resident Evil Extinction

Review For: Resident Evil: Extinction (DVD, 2008)

Mila Jovovich returns as the zombie-killing soldier Alice in this, the final
installment of the Resident Evil series. Alice is left to roam the ruins of
Las Vegas with a small band of survivors when a string of viral outbreaks nearly wipes out humankind. Alice has always been obsessed wih bringing down
the Umbrella Corp. but now must battle the undead also and win at all costs
or face her own extinction. Ali Larter, Mike Epps, Oded Fehr and rhythm and
blues singer Ashanti also star in this movie which is a must for collectors
of the Resident Evil series. Also, if you like zombie movies, Sci-fi Horror
or sci fi adventure-then you will probably enjoy this one. Plenty of blood,
guts and thrills here.

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Created: 01/03/08

Resident Evil: Extinction-a kick-butt movie!!!

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T-Virus escapes, contaminates world, world becomes desert. Most living creatures become zombies who prefer human meat on the menu.
Some humans survive - good guys form convoys and keep moving, bad guys live underground in high-tech facilities. Good guys look for more good guys and scavenge for supplies, and of course kill zombies. Bad guys look for cure and kill clones and zombies.
Evil scientist gets carried away with evil experiments. He needs Alice to use her blood to make anti-virus. Alice wants to keep her blood, and links up with human convoy. Alice kills zombie in awesome fashion. Many deaths follow.
Or in other words:

"This is a kick-butt movie with strong female roles, great camera work, lots of zombies and awesome CGI. You should like this one."

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Created: 12/28/07

UMBRELLA REVIEW

Review For: Resident Evil: Extinction (DVD, 2008)

Interesting plot great action scenes and you can tell a lot of effort as gone into the making of this film. The problem is that apart from the crows and the tyrant at the end nothing really says resident evil. Although after the first 2 films you probably already know that so even though its not perfect it does have a resident evil feel to it. Charaters from the games return the likes of Carlos and claire redfield but they really don't get enough creen time and are over shadowed by the movies main character alice which is a thing that really annoys be about the film. However it dose have some good scenes involving Albert Wesker from the games even if it dosn't match the character from the games the fights are good exspecially with the crismon heads in Las Vegas.
Otherall this is a good film so it would get 4 out of 5 for a movie but only 3 out of 5 for a Resident Evil film. But its defently worth wacthing even if its just for fun thankyou for reading.

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