Resident Evil (DVD, 2002, Special Edition)
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- 520541619@delet...May 01, 2009by
The Original or first of the Resident Evil series of movies. "Alice" starts
her ordeal in Racoon City when a virus outbreak occurrs in a lab. This
creates a "living-dead" type of zombies that eat flesh. Alice in this edition
battles a supercomputer, the zombies and a team of mercs that is sent to
sanitize the situation in Racoon City. As things go from bad to worse-the
two come together as Alice trys to find memories of the past to add to the
intense situation with the zombies. A great series of movies-if you like the
original (this one) you should collect them all.
- sheba1624Jul 01, 2009by
A secret experiment. A deadly virus. A fatal mistake.
This movie means business. Quick disaster with a mystery to it, jarring deaths, naked Milla, all in the first few minutes. It keeps up the pace throughout. In terms of critical comments, yes, you don't really care about the characters, but so what? How often do you really care about the monster fodder in horror films? And true, it wasn't a literal working of the movie, it didn't take place in a mansion and it didn't involve exploring lots of rooms and solving puzzles. That's because it's a movie. A literal translation of Resident Evil would probably be really dull. Games and movies are very different mediums. I don't think some people here understand that. One guy said he thought the movie rocked but after repeated viewings he thought it sucked, and that's a video game player attitude - movies don't have to have good replay value, it's okay to enjoy them once. I only enjoyed Star Wars once, but I don't think it sucked, it just didn't have a lot of depth. Not every movie has to be Citizen Kane.
It was an engaging story, moved like lightning and had some excellent scares.Read full review
- angiezombieFeb 27, 2010by
Great zombie movie!
I have played most of the Resident Evil games and I am a huge fan of the franchise. Even though the movies don't really follow the story in the games, it's still a great movie. The story is interesting and keeps you drawn in all the way through. The zombies look great and the gore is plentiful, which is good for a zombie movie. This is a great zombie movie and any fan of horror or zombie movies should check this out.
- 848040318@delet...Dec 03, 2008by
...love this movie. It is my favorite. I remember watching my brother play Resident Evil: Director's Cut on Playstation. We always thought it was so scary, so I was excited when I heard about this film (I love zombie movies!). Another reason I watched this film is because, two of my favorite actresses are in it. Jovovich and Rodriguez kick some serious butt, plain and simple. For those of you who love a good zombie flick, give this one a watch!
- iamvedderJan 26, 2008by
Best In The Trilogy.
Don't waste your valuable time with the second or third installment in this series. A switch in directors and basically lost direction in writing plagued Extinction and Apocalypse. While Extinction adds innovation as a new place to blow away countless undead is unveiled, the story adds in unnecessary characters from the game and basically becomes a parody of itself with the perpetual and laughable "kinetic" powers Alice obtains in Apocalypse. Apocalypse is a film that has been done before and a lot better at that. More of an action flick than anything RE. Then again, it's all about having a good time at the theater, right?