Resident Evil (2002)
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A secret experiment. A deadly virus. A fatal mistake.
|Flesh-eating undead, killer mutant dogs and a deadly computer's super defense stand in alice's way as she races to penetrate the hive before a lethal virus overruns the earth in this adaptation of the video game hit.|
"Jovovich kicks butt like a champ and Rodriguez radiates...bad-ass attitude... Joe Leydon, San Francisco Examiner
"...occupies a zone where science fiction and nightmares collide and intertwine. Mick La Salle, San Francisco Chronicle
"...heart-pounding action. Robert K. Elder, Chicago Tribune
Editor's NoteThe Umbrella Corporation's Vault, a secret facility located deep below Raccoon City, is sabotaged and a deadly virus is stolen. In the mansion that conceals another entrance to the Vault, Alice (Milla Jovovich) lies on the shower floor, naked except for the shower curtain. She can't remember anything but, as she dresses, she recalls memory fragments. Then, masked intruders burst through the windows. They tell Alice she is a Corporation agent living undercover in the mansion. She goes with them into the Vault to discover who sabotaged it. As they penetrate the Vault, trying to get to the Red Queen, the computer system at the heart of the facility, Alice and her confederates face many horrors--dead bodies suspended in water, blood-red flayed dogs, flesh-eating zombies, and "the Licker," a dynamically mutating monster.Basing RESIDENT EVIL on the popular video game, writer-director Paul W.S. Anderson delivers a tense, exciting science-fiction/horror film. Anderson and director of photography David Johnson shot the movie in rich silver-and-black, so that its few bursts of color are striking--like the image of the blonde Milla Jovovich in a very short crimson dress, with a trailing veil, and black boots dragging a silver axe behind her.
Resident Evil - DVD Review
By: Annette Cardwell filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 8/24/2007 8:31 PM
|The best part of playing the Resident Evil video games was the suspense – moving through the shadowy hallways, twitchy in the knowledge that at any moment a zombie (human or otherwise) would leap out to chomp on your neck or leg. And better yet, you’d have your trusty shotgun in hand to blow that dirty ghoulie out of your path. But while the Resident Evil games may have set new standards for thrills, suspense, and gore for video games, the movie really only succeeds in the third of these. Instead of creating real tension, it barrages you with false suspense and really loud, fast-paced techno metal (score by Marilyn Manson) to give the sense you should be scared. And when all else fails, gross the audience out....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Alexander Berner - Editor|
|Bernd Eichinger - Producer|
|Daniel S. Kletzky - Executive Producer|
|David Johnson - Director of Photography|
|Jeremy Bolt - Producer|
|Marco Beltrami - Musical Score|
|Marilyn Manson - Musical Score|
|Paul W.S. Anderson - Writer|
|Paul W.S. Anderson - Director|
|Paul W.S. Anderson - Producer|
|Richard Bridgland - Production Designer|
|Richard Bridgland - Costume Designer|
|Robert Kulzer - Executive Producer|
|Samuel Hadida - Producer|
|Victor Hadida - Executive Producer|
|Yoshiki Okamoto - Executive Producer|
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