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Resident Evil-Extinction (Blu-ray)

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There's nothing quite as mind-blowing as experiencing this RESIDENT EVIL TRILOGY of terror in its full 1080p High Definition gory...or glory. Exclusively on Blu-ray Disc, you can almost taste the man-eating madness from the very first encounter. And, you'll find that on Blu-ray, the ever-hungry zombie hordes - don't look dead at all. On the other hand, lovely Milla Jovovich has never been more beautiful or sexy. Bring out the absolute best picture and sound quality as only Blu-ray Disc can deliver. Includes RESIDENT EVIL, RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE, and RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION!

RESIDENT EVIL: A team of paramilitary commandos must battle flesh-eating undead, killer mutant dogs, and a supercomputer's deadly defenses before an unleashed virus consumes humanity in this adaptation of the hit video game series!

APOCALYPSE: After narrowly escaping the horrors of the underground Hive facility, Alice (Milla Jovovich) is quickly thrust back into a war raging above ground between the living and the Undead. It's a heart-pounding race against time as the group faces off against hordes of blood- thirsty zombies, stealthy Lickers, mutant canines and the most sinister foe yet.

EXTINCTION: Milla Jovovich is back in the third chapter of the hugely successful RESIDENT EVIL franchise! This action-packed horror film is set in the Nevada desert and filled with intense special effects and more zombie terror!


Studio Sony
SKU 206428021
UPC 043396236141
UPC 14 00043396236141
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 2/23/2010
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  2.40:1/1.85:1
Name Jovovich,Milla
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Cast & Crew
Alexander Witt - [Apocalypse] Director
Ali Larter - [Extinction] Actor
Ashanti - [Extinction] Actor
Eric Mabius - [Resident] Actor
James Purefoy - [Resident] Actor
Michelle Rodriguez - [Resident] Actor
Mike Epps - [Apocalypse] Actor
Milla Jovovich - [All] Actor
Oded Fehr - [Apocalypse, Extinction] Actor
Paul W.S. Anderson - [Resident] Director
Russell Mulcahy - [Extinction] Director
Sienna Guillory - [Apocalypse] Actor
ReviewSource DVD Talk
Review [Extinction] The third film of this franchise, "Extinction," recalls the unsophisticated joys of the original, while managing to find a breezy junk food tone of its own..."Extinction" obviously digests more easily as a visual exercise than a robust selection of dramatic filmmaking. Stealing bits from "Mad Max," "Alien: Resurrection," "Day of the Dead" (with the birth of intelligent zombies), and, if you can believe it, Hitchcock's "The Birds" (while we see the return of the zombie dogs, look out for a zombie crow attack), Mulcahy and screenwriter Paul W.S. Anderson (the director of the first installment) are desperate to forge something of an identity for the picture, but it's thin stuff, which is useful at times, but not when trying to find a payoff for the film...Mimicking the "boss fight" climax of "Apocalypse," "Extinction" offers another go-around with a monster, only with less effort in the crucial escalation department. The slimy bad guy is just kinda there, without much introduction and even less of a farewell. The sunny side of the street here is the killer set-up for a fourth installment, hinting at the sort of gleeful mayhem Anderson is probably incapable of exploring to satisfying ends. However, it's an imaginative climax to an agreeable horror/action film; one that holds together nicely as long as the viewer doesn't dig too deeply for quality.
Reviewer Brian Orndorf
ReviewRating 7
Review [Resident] Why Resident Evil succeeds is the result of well-executed expansion: making the ideas bigger, making the characters bigger, making the genre bigger. The dream of a video-game film is to stand on its own legs, to be its own entity, and though Resident Evil doesn't quite reach that pinnacle, it comes close. The entirely unsubtle combination of genres (sci-fi, action, horror) is audacious and confrontational. It's too ballsy to be an homage and too self-assured to be derivative, so it ends up being something different -- a direct but dreamy story that uses the basic conventions of horror to wind up at a chilling sci-fi conclusion...At its core, Resident Evil is a slasher movie that closely follows that genre's rules -- claustrophobic enclosed location, finite group of protagonists/victims, one leader, enthusiastic and imaginative death scenes, and a crippling sense of dread and suspense. The horror film in a sci-fi setting is hardly original -- Alien and even Resident Evil director Paul Anderson's own Event Horizon have done it before (and better) -- but Jovovich's convincing foray into ass-kicking is quality entertainment, and, like all good slasher movies, there are a number of great kills...
Reviewer Neal Block
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource Film Threat
Review [Apocalypse] Critically speaking, movies based on video games always start on a disadvantageous position. Let's face it: when your best films for comparison are "Super Mario Bros.," "Street Fighter," and "Wing Commander," expectations are understandably lowered. Hell, even the first "Resident Evil" was a mixed bag. It had its moments, but most of them came after a solid 45 minutes of snooze, and what interesting scenes there were seemed inserted simply for the purpose of looking cool (the decapitating laser grid), rather than making any kind of narrative sense. In spite (or perhaps because) of this, the original enjoyed moderate box office success, but nobody figured "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" - second in what appears to be an ongoing series based on Capcom's popular zombie horror games - would break new cinematic ground. And it doesn't. "Apocalypse" is dumb, loud, and ludicrous in the extreme, and I actually enjoyed it.
Reviewer Pete Vonder Haar
ReviewRating 7
Product Attributes
Actor Jovovich,Milla
Label Columbia/tri-Star
Music Format Blu-ray DVD
Video Format DVD
Dave Kehr, The New York Times [Apocalypse], funny, smart and highly satisfying in terms of visceral impact.
Jeffrey K. Howard, KCLV-TV Las Vegas [Extinction] Infectious, contagious, captivatingly entertaining.
Joe Leydon, San Francisco Examiner [Resident] Jovovich kicks butt like a champ and Rodriguez radiates...bad-ass attitude...
Maitland McDonagh, TV Guide [Extinction] Equal parts "Mad Max" and "Day of the Dead"...
Mick La Salle, San Francisco Chronicle [Resident] ...occupies a zone where science fiction and nightmares collide and intertwine.
Robert Dominguez, New York Daily News [Apocalypse] ...stylized, blood-spattered fight scenes that come at a breakneck pace and should please the target audience...
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