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picks up where the third film stops. Since the events of Resident Evil: Extinction, Alice has been roaming the world searching for any remaining survivors. Alice also comes face to face with her arch-nemesis Albert Wesker first time in the series. As she enters the ruined Los Angeles, she stumbles onto a base of Umbrella, surrounded by zombies.[2] She then teams up with a group of survivors who had been hiding in Los Angeles since the T-Virus outbreak, and helps them to free another group held-up in a prison, among them Claire's brother, Chris Redfield.[3]

Resident Evil: Afterlife

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A barrage of 3-D effects enlivens Paul W.S. Anderson'sResident Evil: Afterlife, the fourth entry in the seemingly endless action-science fiction horror franchise based on the popular Capcom video game series. Plot, dialogue, and character development all remain secondary considerations; what's key here are the set pieces that allow Milla Jovovich to unleash maximum damage to virally infected zombies, villainous henchmen, and just about anyone else who stands in the way of her stopping the shadowy Umbrella Corporation. Jovovich retains the blend of grit and pulchritude that have made her a fanboy favorite (though said viewers may decry the film's bit of shower-scene interruptus), and she's well supported by returning cast members Ali Larter and Boris Kodjoe (Undercovers) andPrison Break's Wentworth Miller, who, as Claire's brother, is back behind bars in a postapocalyptic jail overrun by plague zombies. And the 3-D effects are impressive and give a shot of adrenaline to the already hyper-driven action and CGI elements. Those looking for more than what theResident Evilfranchise is designed to provide--souped-up, B-movie thrills--are advised to lower their expectations; franchise devotees should be pleased, especially by the film's final scene, which (naturally) sets up another sequel.--Paul Gaita
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CastWentworth Miller, Milla Jovovich
DirectorPaul W. S. Anderson
Genre:  Action, Adventure
Release Date:  September 10, 2010
Runtime:  97 minutes
Studio:  Screen Gems
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When we last left the "Resident Evil" universe, the intrepid, superhuman Alice (Milla Jovovich) threatened to band together an army of her own clones and come after the board of the insidious Umbrella Corporation. And so she does at the beginning of "Resident Evil: Afterlife," raiding the vast superstructure that is Umbrella's headquarters buried deep beneath the streets of Tokyo. That such a structure could ever exist under Tokyo - or any city, for that matter - seriously …
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