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TitleResident Evil
DirectorM.C.
Year2001
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GenreHorror
 
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Submitted by Raeann Canada 
(Nov 30, 2003)

Could you imagine being assigned by the government to stop the spreading of a virus that could kill all humanity? Thatís what the main character had to do. The special effects and the storyline are great, also the cast and the setting are good, but there were a few drawbacks.

One reason I liked the special effects is on one part three people go in a room in the building and as soon as they walk in a laser starts going across the room. Whatever the laser touches it will cut that part off. Like, on one person it cut his side then it went all the way around and it cut his body in half. I thought this was cool.

The storyline was excellent - it was easy to understand and very interesting. At the beginning of the movie, when they are talking about the building they are going to go in, a hologram of the building comes up on the screen. Then they explain thoroughly what the building does and what type of research is being done there. This movie will keep you interested till the end.
The setting was ok; they stayed in one building through almost all the movie though. The building is an underground research building, for an anti-virus.
The casting was ok, but instead of having a man for a hero, this movie's hero is a girl. Although at first the girl doesnít look tough enough to complete the job assigned to her, she ends up being better than the man by using air stunts and weapons.
I think this movie was very interesting because I love scary movies! The only part I didnít like was when they were introducing the main character, some of it got boring and at the end of the movie they leave you hanging. But, the movie was still great and very interesting.
I recommend this movie to anyone who likes scary movies. Also, if you donít care to watch R rated movies then this would be a good movie for you.
To find out if the characters can stop the virus before it kills all humanity. Youíll have to rent this excellent movie to find out what happens in the end. Hope you enjoy the movie!


 

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