Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010) Poster

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  • Alice (Milla Jovovich) and her clones succeed in wiping out the Umbrella Corporation headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, but not before Umbrella CEO Albert Wesker (Shawn Roberts) injects Alice with a nerum that neutralizes the T-virus in her system, taking away her powers. Nevertheless, Alice continues her search for survivors and for Arcadia, the safe haven supposed to exist somewhere in Alaska. Along the way, she meets up again with Claire Redfield (Ali Larter) and learns that the Alaskan Arcadia does not exist, so they fly to Los Angeles where they land on the rooftop controlled by a group of survivors led by Luther West (Boris Kodjoe) and learn that Arcadia is actually a ship anchored nearby. Joined by Claire's brother Chris (Wentworth Miller), the survivors head for the ship when the zombies descend upon them. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Resident Evil: Afterlife is the fourth in a series of six movies, preceded by Resident Evil (2002) (2002), Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) (2004), and Resident Evil: Extinction (2007) (2007) and followed by Resident Evil: Retribution (2012) (2012) and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016) (2016), all written by English film director, Paul W.S. Anderson, who who based the stories on a survival horror video game series, created by Japanese video game designer Shinji Mikami and released in 1996 as Biohazard in Japan and Resident Evil in English-speaking countries. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Many appear at the beginning of the film engaging in a full-out assault on Umbrella's main headquarters in Japan. All present in the assault, except the original Alice, are killed when Wesker destroys the facility. It is not known if this represents all of the clones or whether only some participated in this action. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Those are manifestations of Las Plagas, a parasite that feeds off its living hosts and takes over their minds, as opposed to the T-virus, which breaks down the hosts' DNA to the point where there's no life left in them. The primary difference between Las Plagas and the T-virus is that the hosts of Las Plagas are not dead and, thereby, are not true zombies. To further distinguish the two, unlike the T-virus, Las Plagas does not mutate the host. Instead, the parasite undergoes rapid mutations by itself while simply using the host's body as a base. Also, unlike a zombie, they move with the speed of a living person. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • It's basically an injection patch placed there by Umbrella to inject a drug causing memory loss and allowing for mind control. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Credited in the movie as Axeman, he was introduced in the Resident Evil 5 game as The Executioner. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Alice, Claire and Chris make it to the Arcadia where they find 2,000 survivors, including K-Mart (Spencer Locke) (from Resident Evil: Extinction), have been detained in suspended animation by Albert Wesker, who has been eating them in hopes of redressing his DNA in order to control the T-virus, which has become so strong in his system that it's trying to take over his body. Because Alice's DNA is the only one that successfully bonded with the virus, Wesker plans to eat her, too. Not wanting to be on the menu, Alice fights for her life, helped by Claire, Chris, and K-Mart. Eventually, they are able to overpower Wesker and Bennett (Kim Coates), who has become Wesker's right hand man. As they release the captives, however, Wesker takes off in a helicopter, having regenerated from the multiple rounds of bullets to his chest by eating Bennett. Before Wesker can activate a purge bomb on the Arcadia, his helicopter is blown up by a bomb placed there earlier by Alice, having anticipated his escape. However, as Luther crawls out of the sewer, a figure can be seen parachuting from the helicopter, implying that Wesker has once again survived. Alice determines to make good on Arcadia's promise and rebroadcasts its message for any other survivors. As the survivors stand on deck, they notice dozens of heavily-armed Umbrella helicopters coming at them. Just after the cast credits roll, it is revealed that former Raccoon City STARS (Special Tactics and Rescue Services) member Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory), wearing the same mind control device used on Claire, is the leader of the troops. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • In the Resident Evil films, only Jill is a member of the STARS that we know of. No other direct mention or concrete proof has been provided onscreen as to who any of the other members are/were. In the video games, Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine and Albert Wesker were all members of STARS. Wesker was revealed to have been in the employ of Umbrella during that time. Jill tackled Wesker out of a window and was presumed dead. Claire is only a civilian who came to Raccoon City to find her brother, stumbling upon the zombie outbreak during which she ran into the newest member of the Raccoon Police Department, rookie cop Leon S. Kennedy. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • "Tokyo" by tomandandy. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • This European co-production uses lots of CGI effects, e.g. when blood is shown. In Germany, Constantin films released the movie theatrically. In order to make the movie more attractive to younger audiences and in order to receive a lower rating, several of these CG blood effects were removed or retouched. In the Netherlands, Constantin released the movie on Blu-ray/DVD and unfortunately the censored and retouched master was used, whereas the UK Blu-ray/DVD, released by Sony, feature the completely uncensored version of the movie. There are also other indications that the same censored master was used for the DVD releases in Hong Kong and Thailand. Edit (Coming Soon)

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