Resident Evil

Film

Action and adventure

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Time Out says

Players of Capcom's original role-playing adventure game will know how terrifying it was, an attribute which this film version regrettably fails to emulate. It looks good, but scary it ain't, especially when it focuses on the Hive, a vast underground bio-engineering works where a dubious conglomerate has been dabbling with an anti-ageing compound. When a saboteur breaks in and releases the virus, all hell breaks loose. But what about the employees trapped below? It's left to a small team of commandos to penetrate the Alien-style complex. Hats off, however, to the production team for the set designs and one very imaginative death-by-laser sequence. The rest is a derivative, tedious mess.
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UK release:

2002

Duration:

100 mins

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Danni

I was impressed. :) Nothing to do, much, with the first game. But overall, a good movie. I like the follow-up movies too.

Danni

I was impressed. :) Nothing to do, much, with the first game. But overall, a good movie. I like the follow-up movies too.