Duration: 96 min.
Rating stars: 6 out of 10 Stars.
Released date: 14 September 2012 (USA).
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson.
Written by : Paul W.S. Anderson.
Alice fights in a battle against the Umbrella Corporation and undead.
The film begins with Alice exactly where we last saw the end of Resident Evil 4: Restart - on the deck of the mysterious ship Arcadia, where she hoped to find more survivors of the epidemic.
But in reality, what awaits is a battle of his life, when his former ally, Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory), and a squadron of helicopters terrible V-22 of the Umbrella Corporation approaching with orders to shoot to kill .
Alice awakens in the heart of Umbrella's clandestine operations, and discovers more secrets of his mysterious past as delves into the complex. Without a safe haven, Alice continues to hunt those responsible for the virus, a chase that takes her from Tokyo to New York, Washington, DC and Moscow, culminating in a mind-blowing revelation that will force her to rethink everything she believed to be true .
With a frantic pace, all scenes are loaded with zombies, explosions, monsters, shootings and fights. It's difficult to breathe between one sequence and another, since the great 3D takes you into the screen.
Writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson once again returns to the helm of this series, as he did for the first and fourth entries. And, like Afterlife, RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION is also presented in 3-D. But while the last movie felt clean and more character-focused, this one seems a good deal lazier, both in the writing and directing departments. For instance, Anderson comes up with a couple of potentially great martial arts fight scenes but edits them too quickly and lowers the emotional stakes.
Though several characters band together here, the movie doesn't seem to care about any of them, and none of them gets much more than a couple of tough-guy line readings. They never develop any personalities. Indeed, when characters start dying, it's hard to remember who's gone.
Resident Evil 5: Retribution' will appeal to fans of the franchise and action movies, with breathtaking sequences and doses of suspense and laughs volunteers - but starts to show some wear. Is your brain off and watch a dazzling game without being in charge of the Joystick.
Reviewd by: Riham Adel