Resident Evil ★★ 2002 (R)
Yet another noisy movie adapted from a video-game, which never gets as creepy as a zombie movie should. Umbrella Corp. (AKA the Hive) is the front for a secret military tech and genetics operations. Its security operations are controlled by a A.I.computer known as the Red Queen, which instigates a series of defensive measures to contain a virus (that can reanimate the dead) that has been released. A group of containment specialists (including heroine babe Jovanovich) are sent in and have to battle workers who have been contaminat- ed and turned into flesh-munching crea- tures. 100m/C VHS, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, UMD . GE GB Milla Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Salmon, Eric Mabius, James Purefoy, Stephen Billington; D: Paul W.S. Anderson; W: Paul W.S. Anderson; C: David C(lark) Johnson; M: Marco Beltrami.
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