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Resident Evil: Afterlife

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This ever weakening franchise stumbles on like the undead

Resident Evil: Afterlife

The zombie franchise stumbles on with a leaden fourth instalment that hardly benefits from having Paul WS Anderson in the director’s chair for the first time since his 2002 series starter.

Hopes raised by a zippy opening, featuring an army of Milla Jovovich clones, are dashed once the real one finds herself, with Ali Larter and Wentworth miller, holed up in a high-rise penitentiary under undead siege.

Having flesh-eaters cut Jovovich’s shower scene short does not make friends with the fanboys, either.
 

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