Resident Evil: Retribution 3D

Resident Evil: Retribution 3D

Resident Evil: Retribution 3D

Milla Jovovich returns in this fifth installment of the sci-fi zombie horror franchise, adapted from the Capcom video game. Written and directed by Paul WS Anderson (The Three MusketeersResident Evil). Alice (Jovovich) continues to find and assist survivors in a world ravaged by a virus infection that turns its victims into the Undead.

As her battle heats up with the Umbrella Corporation, she discovers more information on her past and finds new comrades. The quest to hunt those responsible for the outbreak takes them to New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Moscow.

2012Rating: R16, contains horror scenes and violence95 minsUSA, Germany
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Reviews & comments

Village Voice

Village Voice

press

Anderson['s] lavish visual imagination is matched to a placeholder idea of character that's almost avant-garde in its generic stylization, dialogue buffed of personality by passing through 10,000 previous movies.

0
Time Out

Time Out

press

A cacophony of abstract action-horror mayhem.

3.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Taking place almost entirely inside computer-simulated global locations, "Retribution" moves closer than ever to its airless video game roots.

0
New York Daily News

New York Daily News

press

Thuddingly awful.

1.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Endless video-game-style, violent mayhem is on display in this latest edition of the mind-numbing apocalypse series.

0

It is still like the game but they do seem to be running out of ideas.Do not expect much of a story and you won't be disappointed.I still struggle with 3D and the light-loss.Would have rather seen it in 2D.As I was leaving I was trying to think what it was that I had just seen.A lot of mindless shooting!

2.0
0

It's rather unbelievable that sh*t like this can be sold for the fifth time. It basically starts with a 25 minute explanation (new virus infection ... again blabla) why there has to be another movie. The Film impresses with how many different holes in floors, walls and ceilings can be opened and closed using the almost same robot sound each time. It's more...

1.0
0

Well technically i really should give it one star for not explaining what it was for anyone who has not played the game!!! Now this movie should destroy anyones faith in a good resident evil horror movie, its pretty terrible movie in its own right let alone being part of the resident evil franchise. I was actually fairly optimistic for this movie as i was...

2.0
0

Anyone who walks into this movie expecting anything even remotely approaching good only has themself to blame if they hate it. For me, with brain safely left at home on the couch, the movie was better than what I can vaguely remember of its predecessors. Any film that can make me jump in my seat deserves more than one star and this film did that. Just don't...

2.0
0

Milla Jovovich stars as Alice for the fifth time, and her husband Paul WS Anderson directs a 'Resident Evil movie for the third time. Anderson wasn't always a byword for "complete and utter formulaic Hollywood sh*te based on a video game." Despite loathing his 'Mortal Combat' movie, I enjoyed his follow-ups, 'Event Horizon' and 'Soldier' as well-made sci-fi...

1.0
0

Resident Evil : Retribution I should just cut & paste from 'RE:Afterlife' as its very much along the same lines. Much like ACDC "why change a good thing?" RE is staying true to its roots. Little confussing for newbies, but for those that loved the previous installments, makes you jump, look at everything in Game Mode, & of cos the zombie attacks. Kinda cool...

2.0
0

Until this point, for all intents and purposes I hadn't seen any of Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil films (I think I saw the first, but don't remember it at all. Were there scary dogs in it?). Entering into a franchise at the fifth installment is probably not the best strategy, but so it was that I found myself sitting down for Resident Evil:...

1.0
0
Village Voice

Village Voice

press

Anderson['s] lavish visual imagination is matched to a placeholder idea of character that's almost avant-garde in its generic stylization, dialogue buffed of personality by passing through 10,000 previous movies.

0
Time Out

Time Out

press

A cacophony of abstract action-horror mayhem.

3.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Taking place almost entirely inside computer-simulated global locations, "Retribution" moves closer than ever to its airless video game roots.

0
New York Daily News

New York Daily News

press

Thuddingly awful.

1.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Endless video-game-style, violent mayhem is on display in this latest edition of the mind-numbing apocalypse series.

0

It is still like the game but they do seem to be running out of ideas.Do not expect much of a story and you won't be disappointed.I still struggle with 3D and the light-loss.Would have rather seen it in 2D.As I was leaving I was trying to think what it was that I had just seen.A lot of mindless shooting!

2.0
0

It's rather unbelievable that sh*t like this can be sold for the fifth time. It basically starts with a 25 minute explanation (new virus infection ... again blabla) why there has to be another movie. The Film impresses with how many different holes in floors, walls and ceilings can be opened and closed using the almost same robot sound each time. It's...

1.0
0

Well technically i really should give it one star for not explaining what it was for anyone who has not played the game!!! Now this movie should destroy anyones faith in a good resident evil horror movie, its pretty terrible movie in its own right let alone being part of the resident evil franchise. I was actually fairly optimistic for this movie as i was...

2.0
0

Anyone who walks into this movie expecting anything even remotely approaching good only has themself to blame if they hate it. For me, with brain safely left at home on the couch, the movie was better than what I can vaguely remember of its predecessors. Any film that can make me jump in my seat deserves more than one star and this film did that. Just...

2.0
0

Milla Jovovich stars as Alice for the fifth time, and her husband Paul WS Anderson directs a 'Resident Evil movie for the third time. Anderson wasn't always a byword for "complete and utter formulaic Hollywood sh*te based on a video game." Despite loathing his 'Mortal Combat' movie, I enjoyed his follow-ups, 'Event Horizon' and 'Soldier' as well-made...

1.0
0

Resident Evil : Retribution I should just cut & paste from 'RE:Afterlife' as its very much along the same lines. Much like ACDC "why change a good thing?" RE is staying true to its roots. Little confussing for newbies, but for those that loved the previous installments, makes you jump, look at everything in Game Mode, & of cos the zombie attacks. Kinda...

2.0
0

Until this point, for all intents and purposes I hadn't seen any of Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil films (I think I saw the first, but don't remember it at all. Were there scary dogs in it?). Entering into a franchise at the fifth installment is probably not the best strategy, but so it was that I found myself sitting down for Resident Evil:...

1.0
0