Cast: Vin Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Shawn Roberts, Ruby Rose, Eoin Macken, William Levy and Iain Glen Director: Paul W. S. Anderson Genre: Horror Running time: 106 minutes Showing: Century Cinemax Acacia Mall, Cinema Magic, Naalya, Numax Cinema, Entebbe.
Vengeance as Alice finds partner in final Resident Evil
Director Paul W. S. Anderson billed for commercially successful movies such as Mortal Kombat, Alien vs. Predator and Death Race brings on his wife Milla Jovovich, in the last installment, Resident Evil, the sixth and final chapter.
It hits cinemas this weekend, so brace yourself for some horrific offerings as Alice wakes up in the ruins of the White House. She does not remember how she got there and how it all happened but she is certain that her whole life has been characterised with a lot of destructions.
Her life has left a trail of lost lives and burning of buildings because she always has a gun or bomb in her hand and she uses them effectively. Those are the punctuations of her story and in the final chapter, we witness how it all ends, taking us 10 years back when there was an epidemic outbreak in her home town that eventually spread to the whole world.
Whoever started it wants to wipe out the world and end humanity. It is the resident evil but mankind is not ready to look as it is wiped off the earth’s face. They would rather end with the evil which is planning to use an airborne virus to wipe them out.
Alice leads the fight for humanity’s existence and will do with some help from unfamiliar territories. Someone else would like to revenge against the resident evil and can do with the help of Alice’s powers and abilities.
The evil one has an army too so it is time to ramble. Movie critics can mean to be mean. Whereas Alex Welch of Imagine Games Network describes the movies as nothing more than a barrage of clichéd character beats, unbearable CGI action, and headache-inducing editing, Bill Zwecker of Chicago Sun-Times writes that film will not disappoint, but will likely encourage newcomers to the saga to go back and play a bit of catch-up by watching the earlier movies.