Resident Evil: Afterlife User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.53

Current Rating: 3.53

based on 113 votes and 40 reviews

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  • 5 stars Awesome!
  • 1 stars If it wasn't for Mila i would have walked out.
  • 4 stars I went to this movie and it rocks! I just loved it in 3D because when they killed the big creature a blood spot came right up to my face!
  • 1 stars Ruined the franchise. What a disappointment!!!
  • 3 stars The series overall is great, but this movie is lacking a few things. The first three movies were great and their stories were great, but this movie was lacking a good storyline. It jumped from umbrella headquarters to alaska to the prison to the place i dont want to give away. It was also lacking a catch. To me the movie went by too fast and i couldnt get into it. Overall the movie could have been better and i hope they can do that if they make a new one.
  • 4 stars As a fan of this movie series, I have to admit that as I watched the 3D version of this movie I was a little disappointed. I was distracted by the 3D effects, I think, because I enjoyed it more when I saw it as without the 3D. I liked seeing the video game characters in action!
  • 4 stars Love the the walking dead. Series needs more originality and some suprises's the same story over and over.
  • 2 stars There were times when I felt like I was watching scenes from 'The Matrix'...very similar. But it was an ok action movie.
  • 2 stars A little low plot-wise, but some good action scenes.
  • 5 stars action packed and very intense! Milla Jovovich is one bad ass chick!

Resident Evil: Afterlife

Genre:  Action | Running Time:  97 min.
Release date:  September 10, 2010 | On DVD/VOD:  December 28, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.53
based on 113 votes and 40 reviews
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Cast: Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Kim Coates, Shawn Roberts, Sergio Peris Mencheta, Spencer Locke, Boris Kodjoe, Wentworth Miller