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- Genre:Sci-Fi & Fantasy
- Display Format:2-Disc Set,Special Edition
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- davidleejackson...May 07, 2010by
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
This article's plot summary may be too long or overly detailed. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. (January 2009)
The film begins with Alice (Milla Jovovich) recalling the key events from the back door first film. On September 29, 2002, thirteen hours after the initial T-Virus outbreak in The Hive, the Umbrella Corporation sends in a research team to re-open the complex. As the team enters The Hive through a secret insertion point beneath Raccoon City, the entire team is slaughtered by zombies and Lickers who have been sealed within the complex. Realizing the entrance is now open, and the virus and infectious zombies will make their way to the surface, Umbrella establishes a security perimeter around the city to keep the citizens in a quarantined areaRead full review
- tyga2014Dec 05, 2015by
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- godzillakuj94Jan 03, 2012by
Great sequel! Great value for a low price.
I loved watching this movie. If you are a fan of resident evil then you will love this. I am still fairly new to the movies but I am very familiar with the video games. The Nemesis is one of those characters where you fear them, but you fell sorry for them since he is the last survivor of the first movie. if you haven't seen this yet but have seen the first one, then buy this!
- echo491Oct 04, 2007by
Pretty Girls, Big Guns, Ugly Monsters...
The sequel to Resident Evil – in which a group of scientists and special forces get trapped in a giant underground facility overrun with zombies and mutants – is pretty much what you'd expect. After being captured by the Umbrella Corporation at the end of the first film, almost-sole-survivor Milla Jovovich (the only supermodel in the world who you can take seriously as an action heroine) wakes up in an abandoned laboratory in Raccoon City to find that the zombie-animating "t-virus" has spread to the surface. Half the city are already zombified and killing the other half, and Umbrella Corporation has sealed off the city limits and is planning to "sanitise" the area. Hooking up with a rag-tag group of survivors, Jovovich makes a deal with a rogue Umbrella scientist who promises to get them out of town as long as they rescue his missing daughter who's hiding somewhere in the ruins. Meanwhile Umbrella has its own plans for the lovely Miss Milla, involving a seven-foot armour-clad mutant called the Nemesis who's using the infested city as a training ground. Much shooting/fighting/exploding ensues, and - just like in the first film - the mysterious cliffhanger ending leaves things wide open for another sequel.
Probably because it's based on a Japanese video game, this movie isn't afraid to embrace the clichés that Hollywood's spent the last decade or so trying to avoid. Lurching zombies, machine gun-toting monsters, smarmy suit-wearing villains, hard-as-nails soldiers and a wisecracking streetwise black dude are all essential ingredients, as well as not one but TWO sexy ass-kicking heroines. While Jovovich rides in to save the day on a motorcycle and carries so many guns it's a wonder she doesn't fall over, Sienna Guillory (as tough bitch cop Jill Valentine) has the dubious honour of performing various athletic action sequences in a miniskirt and boob tube. Am I complaining? Hell no.
To be honest, it's really quite refreshing to see a movie like this in this day and age. Like the timelessly cheesy horror/action flicks of John Carpenter, the Resident Evil franchise throws realism and political correctness to the wind and just has fun pitting Pretty Girls With Big Guns against Ugly Monsters With Big Teeth. Be honest – unless you're a metrosexual poseur or a card-carrying member of the PC Police, you probably love this stuff as much as I do.Read full review
- mmmgixxerOct 02, 2009by
Movie review, Res Evil #2
This movie continues the saga of Alice. It has all the best parts of the first Res Evil and more. Its more in depth about how the Umbrella corporation has subjected humanity to the evils of bio-technology. With updated creatures and evil zombies as well as an evil scientist that runs the project at Umbrella this movie is a sure fire hit with the gamer crowd. True to the game and well done special effects make it a winner all around. Be suer to get the whole trilogy and feed your need to zombify yourself. Beware though, watch them with a friend. Unable to find them in your local vid store, dont worry, Ebay has everything you need at a great price.