Not Dead Yet
Time has passed since the Raccoon City disaster but it seems Alice (Milla Jovovich) is still a hunted woman and all alone as she continues to try and destroy the Umbrella Corporation. Elsewhere Carlos Olivera (Oded Fehr) and L.J. (Mike Epps) along with some new survivors are keeping on the move in order to avoid being tracked down and killed by hordes of zombies and other violent creatures infected with the T-Virus.
Well I suppose I should award marks for consistency because everything I said about "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" can be said about "Resident Evil: Extinction". As such we once again have Milla Jovovich rocking it as Alice as she kicks butt and goes all John McLane when it comes to escaping immediate danger. It isn't just Jovovich as we have other survivors who are frankly easy on the eye and can rock it when it comes to doing the hot post apocalyptic warrior type thing. And the visuals continue because we have some nice make up work when it comes to the infected and some graphic death scenes when it comes to their demise.
Now in fairness to those who made "Resident Evil: Extinction" they have crafted a storyline as a vehicle for the movie's graphic nature. We learn a bit more about the nefarious workings of the Umbrella Corporation, we have Carlos Olivera and his team of survivors growing in numbers and running an organized military operation when they come across new places. It means for fans of the previous movies who have followed the storyline and care about it will have that extra side to enjoy where as those like me who are not hooked on the series will just have the movie visual nature to enjoy.
What this all boils down to is that like with the previous movie "Resident Evil: Extinction" is entertaining but for me only in a don't need to think just want hot action women kicking butt sort of way.
Tags: Zombie Movies