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Plot: Alice awakens from a terrible sleep to find her worst fears realized--the bloodthirsty Undead, which she and the now-annihilated squad of elite military fought to destroy, have been unleashed on the city that surrounds the secret facility of the Umbrella Corporation. Discovering she was an Umbrella… Runtime: 94 min Release Date: 10 Sep 2004
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This movie has everything a well done action movie should have: an intriguing story line, amazing special effects, and scantily clad beautiful women with large weapons!! Great fun for everyone, except the zombies.The director does a wonderful job of making the movie look exactly like the video game it is based on. I particularly enjoyed use of a large corporation trying to control the world as the villain. Don't get me wrong: this movie will never win an Oscar. But if you are looking for a movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat, this is it!
The best Movie-Video game ever (by Code101)
Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the best movie-video game I ever seen.The first Resident Evil is little bit disappointed for me.The SFX is lame and awkward but the character and storyline is OK.However the rental and sales for RE DVD was on top which it make benefit for the studios.finally,They made this RE : Apocalypse with more budget than the first RE.This movie have 100% influenced with the game from action,screenplay,and characters.I'm a fan for resident evil games,I played since the first release RE on PS1 in 1996.Not only the RE fans gonna like this movie.people who is not play the <more>
game or don't know RE,they gonna like it.because the movie gonna told to the audience about the first happening.Don't trust any movie critic who said this movie is bad.They just don't know cause the critic rate movie if the movie have emotionally like crying,cheating or soap opera stuff,etc!!I saw many movie-video game like double dragon the worst ,street fighter the worst ,final fantasy sleepy movie ,mortal kombat,etc.This one is very entertaining,if you have a mini home theater or big one.This movie will wake you up all the time from beginning until end.
I for one LOVED this movie. It is one of the best action/horror films I've seen in a while. i thought the fight scenes where excellent, the zombies where believable and the the main thing... The chicks RULE!!! I love it when girls take the lead and can kick just as much ass maybe even more than the boys its so awesome!! This movie takes off right after the first one and basically whats happened is the virus has gotten out into Raccon city and our favorite ass-kicking heroine Alice is back with a few new faces including Sienna Guillory who plays Jill Valentine another kick-ass girl, Oded <more>
Ferh who plays Carlos Olivera,and Mike Epps who plays L.J. Also there's a big bad mutated guy called Nemisis who wants to destroy them. the Umbrella company is also back at their lowest as they try to kill the city.This is an awesome movie!!!
I personally loved this movie. I saw Resident Evil 1, and it wasn't as good as the 2nd one. Maybe its just me, but I love the action, and the constant suspense when you never know what will happen next. The music,I admit, wasn't as good as it should be. Milla is a great actress and she does a lot of her own fighting, and that is admirable.I did, however, find a lot of bloopers, which made the movie less enjoyable, but most weren't painfully obvious.I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for an action packed show.This movie would definitely give anyone an <more>
The 3 E's... Exciting, Entertaining, and Energetic (by tequila_mockingbird)
This movie is what might happen if you take a typical zombie flick and give it a plot, lot's of action, and a large city with PLENTY of extras to show mobs of zombies. It has humor. It has suspense. And it has a plot that unfolds; even if you've played the games, it's got plenty of changes to keep you guessing. With, I might add, several of the game characters Jill, Carlos, and the little girl . I enjoyed this movie better than any since Lord of the Rings, Return of the King. Not that you could compare the two. It's just that there haven't been too many good movies since <more>
then.Milla Jojovich is really cool and she's a talented actress. Her character really rocks when her hidden secrets come out. Mike Epps kept me rolling with laughter. He's always funny, and it was quite nice and different to see Oded Fehr in this role as Carlos. Cool. As for Sienna Guillory as Jill Valentine... she was a PERFECT match. This movie was very fun and I'd love to see it again and again and again....I voted 9/10. I thought they out-did themselves on this one and i thought the first one was good....
This is a very good sequel to RE that really thrilled me, shocked and sent me creeps! I loved the first movie with its great tempo, thrilling adventures, dead men walking, awesome Milla and excellent Michelle, with its Red Queen and valiant fight for life. The sequel is not worse, anyway. The whole city of Raccoon is plagued, dead are all around, and only Milla again as Alice may save them all. She does. The movie never gets boring or slow, it holds you glued and gets you more and more excited. The very end makes you ask what the last part be? I am waiting for the last part and just hope it <more>
will be better and not as bad as Ultraviolet that is a shame. Milla rules and let us hope she will be as great as she is here...
Hollywood is known for its summertime action "flicks", and recent action films such as The Matrix began to show a hopeful turn towards a trend of thoughtful plots and interesting stories. Unfortunately, the large success of Resident Evil: Apocalypse may very well be the deathblow to this promising new trend. In a sense, the title speaks for itself; Resident Evil: Apocalypse may very well be the apocalypse of intelligent action movies.After a new virus breaks out in a large industrialized city, citizens begin mutating into cannibalistic, flesh-eating zombies. The Umbrella <more>
Corporation, consisting of the people most directly responsible for the outbreak, takes measures to quarantine the city, turning it into a horrific sanitarium. The story follows several characters as they attempt to survive and escape the city with the help of an unseen ally who keeps contact with them from outside the city. Things further complicate when "Nemesis", the movie's biggest, toughest monster, arrives for the sole purpose of killing just about everything he perceives as a threat.The plot of Resident Evil: Apocalypse is, perhaps, the single worst piece of writing recently played out before the eyes of unfortunate movie fans. From the very beginning, the story begs questions that are never answered: who gave the Umbrella Corporation a building permit for a gigantic wall that would circle the city and with which they could, at a moment's notice, lock everyone inside? Why does Alice come crashing into a church through a stained-glass window, on a motorcycle, "armed to the teeth" with weaponry, to rescue the protagonists with perfect timing, despite the fact that she has never met them before and was, in the previous scene, walking around in the street with only a shotgun and no motorcycle at all? These and many more mind-boggling questions are completely ignored; the person who was in charge of this film's continuity should never work in Hollywood again. In fact, Resident Evil: Apocalypse has more plot holes than moldy Swiss cheese. However, even when ignoring the numerous plot holes -- which is almost an impossibility -- the story itself is still laughable, revolving partly around an insipid "fight for survival" that seems to rely on the main group splitting up and one of the subgroups being brutally slaughtered for no good reason, with the other part being about Alice a character invented by the script-writer, as she was never in the game it is very loosely-taken from and her relationship with the monster "Nemesis". Surprisingly, the director managed to craft a story that is significantly less interesting the one presented in the video game version. To cap off all the "excitement", the movie reaches its climax a full fifteen minutes before the end of the film! After a handful of survivors have escaped, Alice is caught and put in a lab, where she not only manages to escape, but also to manifest psychic powers while quipping off several lines that were used to advertise the movie in commercials. What was the purpose of this 15-minute epilogue? To set up the next movie in the series - a completely unnecessary task, as the film has already made it clear that there is absolutely no help for the next sequel in terms of quality. In a way, it could be said that the one thing the plot truly accomplished was setting the stage for even more cinematic fodder in the future.The acting was not bad, and, in general, was as good as it could have been, given the material the actors had to work with. Although Alice is mildly interesting do largely to her reflections and well played by Milla Jovovich, the rest of the characters were mostly stale archetypes. The most blatant example is the character of L.J., played by actor Mike Epps, who embodies every "black" stereotype that is popular today. This character's only true purpose is comic relief, and to that respect, he does it dryly.The cinematography offers a wide variety of different camera shots, as well as providing a constant supply of "eye candy". In what is easily the highlight of the film, Resident Evil: Apocalypse shows some impressive-looking stunts, such as a scene of Alice running down the side of a sky scraper with either the intent to kill, or the intent to break her legs. Either way, the scene was a joy ride for the vision. Truthfully, the only badly shot scenes that come to mind are the blurry scene unnecessary, ugly, and pointless , and the climatic fight scene at the end badly cut and confusing . Overall, though, the cinematography was decently good, which is likely the cause for this film making so much money in the box office.The setting was exactly what you would expect for an apocalyptic zombie movie - a big city with lots of undead people. The sets maintained a Gothic look throughout, and few scenes took place in daylight. Thankfully, the lighting was very well done, so the film maintained a dark, night-time look while simultaneously allowing the viewers to perfectly see all that was happening. Sets based on real buildings, such as schools and police stations, all looked exactly as they should. Resident Evil: Apocalypse had a big budget, and that fact is made apparent by the great sets and props.Unfortunately, nothing saves the movie from its horrible plot. A plot should provide any movie with its base, and with a plot so holey and incoherent, everything that could have made Resident Evil: Apocalypse good simply falls apart. Despite the big budget, some reasonably well-known actors, and a license and subject-matter with a cult following, nothing can gloss over the essential flaws that keep this movie from any kind of greatness. People who prefer to see mindless exaggerated action sequences, devoid of any decent plot, will likely enjoy Resident Evil: Apocalypse. However, those interested in intelligent, well-written stories will do well to look elsewhere.
"I'm leaving town, and I suggest you all do the same" (by Smells_Like_Cheese)
I recently saw the theatrical trailer for the movie Resident Evil: Extinction and it occurred to me that I never saw either Resident Evil movies, even though I've been wanting to see them. So I rented the movies yesterday and watched them last night and I have to say that I was a little surprised about the rating on IMDb, I really loved Apocalypse, I think I liked it better than the first Resident Evil. Milla Jovovich is still so awesome and I think she's improved since the first movie. In Resident Evil: Apocalypse we have more action and in my opinion a very awesome story, one that <more>
is even up there I would say with George Romero's zombie stories.We start where we have left off where Alice has been left in the lab with her friend, Matt. But she escapes and finds a world that is not the same, where the virus has broken out into the world and zombies are now walking above ground. People are doing their best to survive and there are now new people called STARS where they are being eliminated by a huge new monster who might be familiar to Alice. But she is with survivors: Jill Valentine, Carlos Oliviera, Captain Nicholai and they find a little girl, Angie Ashford who's dad Dr. Ashford is the man who created the virus and is being hunted down.Resident Evil: Apocalypse was very awesome to watch and it's a buy for me at least. I'm really looking forward to Extinction now, I can't wait to see how they continue the story. See, the only bummer about me watching this now is because now I have to wait for the sequels as well. But at least I get the experience of the theater. But anyways, I would recommend this movie for anyone, it's an awesome movie to watch and has terrific action.8/10
When Major Cain Thomas Kretschmann reopens The Hive, there is an outbreak of the T-Virus in Raccoon City. The Umbrella leader closes the gateway to the city and traps the survivals with the contaminated zombies, and releases Nemesis to destroy the STARS members to test how powerful this deadly weapon is. Meanwhile, Alice Milla Jovovich , Jill Valentine Sienna Guillory and Carlos Oliviera Oded Fehr try to find Angela, the little daughter of Dr. Ashford Jared Harris , who is trapped in Raccoon City, as the means to escape from the siege of the city.Although having a kind of prejudice <more>
against movies with lots explosions and special effects, I loved "Resident Evil: Apocalypse". This movie is a great non-stop adventure and sequel of the first "Resident Evil". The choreography of the fights is excellent, the heroines are marvelous and everything works well in this great entertainment. I do not play video-games, but "Resident Evil" is among the favorite ones of my son and my daughter, and now I can understand why. My vote is eight.Title Brazil : "Resident Evil 2: Apocalipse" "Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse" Note: On 31 January 2017, I saw this film again.