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Summary: The Undead Apocalypse continues unabated as super-soldier Alice (Milla Jovovich) finds her way to a supposed sanctuary in Los Angeles, which may just be a deadly trap set for her by the ruthless Umbrella Corporation. The fourth film in Paul W.S. Anderson's blood-soaked saga finds Alice teaming up with Claire (Ali Larter) and Chris (Wentworth Miller) and a handful of stragglers to save what's left of humanity.
Seriously... Milla Jovovich is good-looking and all, but this story is really running on nothing but outright theft from Romero and Wachowski at this point. Which would be OK-ish if they at least knew what to do with the bits they steal. Needs braaaains.
I did not like this one, no. The former movies had a motive.
The becoming of a plaque and what followed afterwards.
This one is not afterlife.
This is just a rescue operation of some guys locked up in a building.
And a bad one at that too.
It had almost no story, and when you got to the end and the story started to make sense it didn't really matter. But the 3D was REAL 3D, and was a reminder why it was so effective in Avatar. Lots of fun action scenes shot with the same cameras as Avatar made this movie kinda of enjoyable despite a lackluster plot.
I should´ve switched of the TV after I a saw "produced by Bernd Eichinger" in the beginning. Another prequel without a storyline, without good fighting scenes and without good actors. The worst thing: Afterlife got nothing to do with the awesome game, except some character names and the Umbrella Corp. sign. It´s a pity because this awesome game deserves something better.
A huge disappointment. I always liked RE series because it provided mindless fun with great action, but this installment fails in that aspect as well as offers a terrible story. 3D was overused and nothing to write home about. It's not a complete disaster, but I expected more from a RE movie.