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Resident Evil: Retribution

Resident Evil: Retribution

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson

Cast: Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Colin Salmon


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Awakening in a top-secret Umbrella facility as the T-virus threatens to wipe out the last remnants of humanity, Alice (Milla Jovovich) must battle her way through virtual simulations in order to break out of the complex and save the Earth in this fifth Resident Evil film. While the apocalyptic plague rages above ground, below the


Awakening in a top-secret Umbrella facility as the T-virus threatens to wipe out the last remnants of humanity, Alice (Milla Jovovich) must battle her way through virtual simulations in order to break out of the complex and save the Earth in this fifth Resident Evil film. While the apocalyptic plague rages above ground, below the surface lies a massive base powered the evil supercomputer, the Red Queen, who will stop at nothing to contain humanity's only biologically-enhanced hope that is Alice. While factions in the Umbrella Corporation strive to help Alice escape, the Red Queen unleashes zombies, monsters, and clones of her ex-comrades to stop her. Only when Alice stumbles across a young girl who's been bred to think that she is her mother does the two-fisted heroine find a new reason to live. Sienna Guillory, Michelle Rodriguez, and Kevin Durand co-star.

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All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Outrageous nonstop action and genuinely striking visuals collide with cheap green-screen silliness in the fifth Resident Evil film. By far the most kinetic of the franchise, Retribution is a gung-ho gob of confusing B-movie gusto that, when it's not pummeling audiences into hysterics with its so-bad-they're-good fights, manages to surprise with moments of inspired psychedelica that would make fans of Beyond the Black Rainbow proud. In no way does the film invite new fans to climb onboard its wild ride, but that's the charming thing about Paul W.S. Anderson's series -- there's no looking back and no stopping the train...it's all reload, rehash, and rejoice. Milla Jovovich returns as Alice, the series' heroine, who in the past has had superpowers and fought alongside her clones against the evil Umbrella Corporation, which sold biological weapons to the highest bidders around the globe without regard for the apocalyptic ramifications. At the start of the film, Alice finds herself within the heart of the Umbrella base, where its evil supercomputer brain, the Red Queen, continues to run massive virtual simulations of the outbreaks that it started (best not to ask why). To escape to the real world, Alice must battle her way through pseudo-video-game levels that take her through key moments from the previous films as she encounters clones of fallen team members, as well as zombies, monsters, and undead army men on dirt bikes (sometimes on fire) sporting missile launchers. Yep, Retribution is definitely a Resident Evil movie alright. You know you're a connoisseur of the Paul W.S. Anderson aesthetic when the endless Matrix homages don't faze you, nor does the blatant poor man's Aliens rehash in Retribution's third act. The guy is a bootleg P.T. Barnum for our era -- he's utterly shameless, yet has a knack for delivering big-top entertainment on a B-grade budget (something that his utterly bland contemporary, Len Wiseman, cannot claim). While no one will be surprised at the endless shots of people running away from explosions and characters throwing weapons up in the air that they then strategically catch at just the right moment, the ace in the hole of this sequel is a rich visual palette that only draws moviegoers in more with its use of 3D. The Resident Evil films are not everyone's bag, although they seem to be evolving into their own brand of hyper-stylized cheese, made more extreme with each outing. They might not make a lick of sense, but if you can accept quarters being blasted out of a shotgun, then you are well on your way to cozying up to the wildness that Retribution has to offer.

Product Details

Release Date:
Original Release:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Outtakes; Drop [Un] Dead-Creatures Featurette; Filmmakers & Cast Commentaries

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Milla Jovovich Alice
Sienna Guillory Jill Valentine
Colin Salmon One
Michelle Rodriguez Rain
Kevin Durand Barry Burton
Shawn Roberts Albert Wexler
Johann Urb Leon S. Kennedy
Boris Kodjoe Luther West
Li Bingbing Ada Wong
Aryana Engineer Becky
Robin Kasyanov Sergei
Ofilio Portillo Tony
Oded Fehr Todd/Carlos
Toshio Oki Japanese Policeman
Takato Yamashita Japanese Businessman
Mika Nakashima J Pop Girl
Megan Charpentier The Red Queen
Ave Merson-O'Brian Voice of the Red Queen
Ray Olubowale Axe Man
Kevin Shad Axe Man
Razaaq Adoti Sgt. Payton
Kim Coates Bennett
Martin Crewes Chad Kaplan
Iain Glen Dr. Isaacs
Sandrine Holt Terri Morales
Thomas Kretschmann Major Tom Cain
Ali Larter Claire Redfield
Spencer Locke K-Mart
Eric Mabius Matt Addison
Wentworth Miller Chris Redfield
James Purefoy Spence Parks
Norman Yeung Kim Yong
Anna Bolt Dr. Green
Indra Ové Mr. Black
Joseph May Dr. Blue
Heike Makatsch Dr. Lisa Addison
Liz May Brice Medic
Pasquale Aleardi J.D. Salinas
Trevor Jones Nursery Zombie

Technical Credits
Paul W.S. Anderson Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Jeremy Bolt Producer
Sylvain Bombardier Set Decoration/Design
Deirdre Bowen Casting
Don Carmody Producer
Jamie Christopher Asst. Director
Dennis Davenport Set Decoration/Design
Etienne Gravrand Set Decoration/Design
Samuel Hadida Producer
Victor Hadida Co-producer
Niven Howie Editor
Paul Jones Makeup Special Effects
Hiroyuki Kobayashi Associate Producer
Robert Kulzer Producer
Mark Lawton Special Effects Supervisor
Glen MacPherson Cinematographer
Martin Moszkowicz Executive Producer
Wendy Partridge Costumes/Costume Designer
Kevin Phipps Production Designer
Suzanne Smith Casting
John J. Thomson Sound Mixer
Tomandandy Score Composer
Evan Webber Set Decoration/Design

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Resident Evil: Retribution
1. Scene 1 [7:42]
2. Scene 2 [6:49]
3. Scene 3 [7:05]
4. Scene 4 [4:00]
5. Scene 5 [3:51]
6. Scene 6 [4:45]
7. Scene 7 [4:57]
8. Scene 8 [6:14]
9. Scene 9 [4:57]
10. Scene 10 [4:14]
11. Scene 11 [5:32]
12. Scene 12 [5:23]
13. Scene 13 [5:44]
14. Scene 14 [4:52]
15. Scene 15 [5:12]
16. Scene 16 [14:06]


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