Resident Evil Apocalypse (2004)

My name is Alice and I remember everything.

Original Title : Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Director : Alexander Witt
Writer : Paul W.S. Anderson
Genre : Action
Country : Germany
Language : English
Producer : Paul W.S. Anderson , Jeremy Bolt , Don Carmody , Dennis Chapman , Bernd Eichinger , Samuel Hadida , Victor Hadida , Daniel S. Kletzky , Hiroyuki Kobayashi , Robert Kulzer
Music : Elia Cmiral
Jeff Danna
Photography : Derek Rogers
Christian Sebaldt
Distributor : Alliance Atlantis Communications [ca]
MPAA Rating : Rated R for non-stop violence, language and some nudity.
IMDB ID : 0318627
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Milla Jovovich Alice
Sienna Guillory Jill Valentine
Oded Fehr Carlos Olivera
Thomas Kretschmann Major Cain
Sophie Vavasseur Angie Ashford
Razaaq Adoti Peyton Wells (as Raz Adoti
Jared Harris Dr. Ashford
Mike Epps L.J.
Sandrine Holt Terri Morales
Matthew G. Taylor Nemesis
Zack Ward Nicholai Ginovaeff
Iain Glen Dr. Isaacs
Dave Nichols I
Stefan Hayes Yuri Loginova
Geoffrey Pounsett Mackenzie
Shaun Austin-Olsen Priest
Geny Walters Mrs. Priest
Megan Fahlenbock Marla Maples
Robert Morelli Director
Aaron Abrams Assistant
Chris Benson I
Martin Martinuzzi Overworked Detective
Brad Borbridge Overworked Sergeant
Frank Chiesurin Sniper
Ron Benjamin Bum
Kevin Hare I
Heather Dick Older Woman
Alex Courey Suit
John Detoro Suit
Billy Khoury Suit
Sava Drayton Suit
Nicole Ann St. Hill Undead Gaudy Hooker
Ricardo Betancourt Burly Cop
Ted Ludzik Burly Cop
Michelle Latimer Tech
Catherine Burdon Tech
Rebecca Sims Undead Little Girl
Christopher Weedon Undead Little Boy
Billy Parrott Security Guard
Derek Aasland Featured Graveyard Undead
Richard Harte Featured Graveyard Undead
Simon Girard Chopper Pilot
Dean Copkov Chopper Pilot
Jeff White II
Tim Burd Refugee
Natalie Charles Refugee
Pierre Henry III
Jim Codrington Lieutenant
Deborah Valente Tech
Malcolm Fiddick Reflection Undead
Michy Gustavia Featured City Hall Undead
Shane Mackinnon Featured City Hall Undead
Ed Fielding I
Stephen Hart VII
Sandi Stahlbrand Featured City Hall Undead
Christopher Marren Reporter
Tom Gerhardt Zombie Dad
Amber Marshall Daughter
Venice Grant Undead Stripper
Ana Danilina Undead Stripper
Ingrid Johansson Featured IV Woman Undead
Jeffrey Weedon Undead Little Boy
Melanie Tonello Featured Undead Kid
 Featured Undead Kid
Joey Jefferson Featured Undead Kid
 Featured Rooftop Undead
 Featured Rooftop Undead
Eric Morgan III
Gene Pyrz Featured City Walker
Torquil Colbo Featured City Walker
Joan Moore Featured City Walker
Peter C. Wylde Featured City Walker
Garry Geddes Featured City Walker
 Featured City Walker
 Featured Undead Kid
Dan Ellery Featured Surplus Undead
Sharon Moore Featured Surplus Undead
Jo Chim Network Anchor
 Network Anchor
Larissa Gomes Reporter
Gregory White I
Roman Podhora Leader Umbrella Guard
Brian King XV
Robert Hall XI
Eric Mabius Matt Addison in flashback (archive footage
Michael C. Newsome Detective (uncredited
Alexander Witt Umbrella Sniper (uncredited


The nightmare isn't over, General Cain ordered The Hive to be reopened, and in doing so contaminated all of Raccoon City, a city of the dead, with Alice stuck right in the middle. Now, along with other surviors, Jill Valentine, Carlos Oliviera and his Captain, Nicholai, they must fight to survive, to escape the nightmare that has plaqed Raccoon City. But now there is a new threat: Matt Addison has fully mutated into a seemingly unstoppable creature, code named Nemesis, who will stop at nothing until everything around it is dead, but it also has another agenda... After the re-opening of the Hive and the outbreak of the deadly T-Virus, the infamous Umbrella Corporation quarantines the whole of Raccoon City, disabling anyone at all from leaving in case of possible infection with the outside world. Among those trapped within the necropolis, a group of people led by the recently suspended STARS member, Jill Valentine must co-operate to survive the nightmare, however, little do they know about Umbrella's recent pet-project assigned to eliminate all remaining STARS members in Raccoon City... the deadly Nemesis. To survive the mess, Alice, now a genetically modified project has to accept a deal with Dr. Charles Ashford, a top-ranked scientist whose daughter had recently gone missing after an accident in an attempt of escorting her out of the city. If Alice accepts and finds the daughter of Dr. Ashford, he'll ensure that she along with the rest of her group are safely flown out of the quarantined area.


i am reading all these reviews of how good the movie actually was but i do not agree this time wondering if half of you were paid by the movie company to say it was this time it seems as I'm on the side of the nay sayers. the general idea for the film leads you to believe that it would be good ,but I'm sorry to say that it wasn't .the way the movie unfolded was like a bad elementary school play , you sit there watching it, not actually getting into it n scene by scene it just continues n then it ends very anti-climactic too. leaving you wondering wat crap you just watched . it was ridiculous, it could have been much better, in fact i want my money back . the movie moved along too quickly, it was too short and lacked any mystery element as to what was going to happen next,it didn't keep you on your toes and it didn't even leave a good bridge for another possible sequel.i see this franchise being as terrible as the last few batman movies. i don't know people i thought that the nemesis element would enrichen the movie but it provided nothing . fine it was cool at first encounter but it wasn't nearly that menacing . omar epps was funny though . i can also say that the fighting wasn't bad too. there's a lot of things i would have changed in the movie personally. n i can name them if anyone wants to challenge me to that, as i imagine that those of you who liked it will say I'm stupid for not liking it .im just saying that there was way more to expect from this movie. there should have been more creepy scenes that were menacingly quiet followed by a surprising n heart pounding zombie attack . the movie concept was good just the direction they took it in n the way they did it was bad. it matters the way you do things n this was not the way to do things. it wasn't even download worthy for those who want to pirate the film, don't waste your time on it unless someone buys you a ticket to see it .
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