In Resident Evil: Afterlife, Alice loses her powers. that's right, LOSES her powers.
The Resident Evil franchise is like a girlfriend I know is bad for me, but I can't quite get rid of. I dumped her in 2007, but here we are in 2010, and I get back together with her immediately. I'm even excited that this time it could really work. It's been almost 10 years, right? This has got to be the one that makes all that disappointment worth it, right?
Oh hey! Zombies! That's right, they're in these movies too! Yeah, they took over the world, blah blah blah. Hasn't been that important before, why bother now?
what?! Fans hate the Resident Evil movies? No....
Casting news, fights scenes discussed, everything called "awesome"!
More details from the fifth Resident Evil.
Would you believe me if I told you that the title to this was created innocently?
Resident Evil: Apocalypse finally gives the fans what they want: Raccoon City overrun with zombies, game characters Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveira, a final confrontation with game boss Nemesis, more zombie dogs and Licker creatures, and it even feels, at times, like a horror film and not a sci-fi action movie. You have to hand to it to Producer/Writer Paul W. S. Anderson and Director Alexander Witt, they delivered a film for the fans. You also have to admit: it sucks.