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Resident Evil: Apocalypse 2004

Alice awakes in Raccoon City, only to find it has become infested with zombies and monsters. With the help of Jill Valentine and Carlos Olivera, Alice must find a way out of the city before it is destroyed by a nuclear missile...

Release Date:
September 10, 2004
94 min
Alexander Witt
Thomas Kretschmann, Gene Pyrz, Sandi Stahlbrand, ...
Horror, Thriller, Action, ...
UK, USA, Canada,

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Solar rating: 8.1


Imdb rating: 6.2

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liked all these resident evil movies

And nobody cares about the "nobody caring" comment you just made. Do you realize what you JUST now posted makes your own comment on your own opinion obsolete?

People can say whatever they like, you're doing the exact same thing so why don't you get a life also?

u ppl really cared to post so much crap about the movie get a life its just a movie get over it nobody cares just thought u should know nerds

u people seriously need to learn what "BASED ON" means,if u want a 100% copy of the game then go play the fucking game already,seriously,i wanna see u big mouths make a movie. ooooh wait u guys do this now,thats why there hasnt been a decent flick since 2003 !!

I've never been a big fan of movies based off of video games. Other than the fact that it is another product of a video game franchise made for more money, I can't imagine why anyone would want to turn a game you play into something you watch. It's a step down. Why would you want to watch somebody blasting zombies when YOU could be blasting zombies? But, due to video game popularity and lots of money, Resident Evil is made into a lesser film franchise based off a much better video game franchise.

Then there is Resident Evil: Extinction and don't let that title fool you; there are still plenty of more sequels to come. Again, lots of potential here, but still held back. The world is now a wasteland because the T-Virus started affecting plant life. But, wait a minute, I thought the T-Virus was suppose to cause cells to regrow (hence the zombies). So, if anything, wouldn't there be MORE plant life instead of the opposite? And why am I paying so much attention to this mcguffin? Because that is all that is talked about in plot B where the Umberella corporation is now underground and trying to figure out how to solve the zombie dillema. Meanwhile, in plot A, a plucky group of adventurers travel the land with Alice as they try to seek refuge in Alaska, but first they the majority of them must be killed off by zombies to prevent any further character development. Late in the game, Alice splits from plot A to join plot B in another 'boss battle' with a new genetically altered mutant. Then there is some jargon about the T-Virus, zombies gaining memories back, Alice having psychic powers, and Alice being cloned. Eventually the film just caves in on itself as plot A is put on the shelf and plot B is turned into a plot device for the sequel. Yes, there is more Milla Jovovich nudity like the last films, but, honestly, it's getting old. I'm tired of seeing Milla shoot zombies and flash her boobs; I want her to act. Do the filmmakers think she is too stupid to be a real actress or are they just bad writers?
RE: apoclypse is by no means a horrible movie, but its not a good one either. The acting is wooden and nemesis just looks retarded in the movie. The movie seemed like one big joke or one-liner after another. So avoid this one and just go right to extinction, you did not miss much at all.
rent it
The second of the three Resident Evil movies attempts to pick up where Resident Evil left off. Unfortunately, instead of blending character development, an interesting mix of movie genres and the modernization of zombie movies like the first movie did, the inferior sequel ends up being about as mindless as the zombies it portrays. It is really just another Hollywood action movie and unfortunately it continually tries to top itself as it progresses towards the ending, creating ridiculous sequence after ridiculous sequence until it numbs you to its mindlessness. The action which is always trying to top the last action sequence actually seems to succeed in shutting down a portion of the brain to where you actually get to a point where you have seen so much that is unbelievable that you can actually look past some of the over-the-top portions and find some enjoyment in the movie.

It seems the only way it succeeds is on the shoulders of the last movie, because of the interest level generated by the first it becomes easier to look past the many flaws and become a little invested in the story.

This movie really focuses more on the power and heinous corruption of the Umbrella corporation, the corporation responsible for "The Hive" an underground compound featured in the first movie where all the scientists were killed as a result of their research into viral weaponry and reanimated as walking meat craving corpses. The story as a whole is not developed much and little insight is gained, rather the movie seems to be an excuse to elevate the terror of the first movie in unbelievable action sequence after unbelievable action sequence.

Thanks to the first film it is worth seeing, but is little better then your average Hollywood movie, and unlike the first film it doesn't succeed in generating much interest in the next installment in the series, though it does leave the door wide open for some interesting possibilities.

Oh great they made another one well at least this one has acctual characters from the game well two once again this is a dissapointment and nemesis shouldnt be such a wimp in the game he is impossible to kill
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