Resident Evil Apocalypse with Andrew Dickinson - Shakey Fist Logic (Part One)
Waffling Taylors Goes To The Movies
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which was commissioned but never produced. Reading through it, you get a feeling that Romero had played the original game and had a handle on the story and characters.
The three of us felt that the fact that the previous film had so little to do with the franchise meant that Paul W. S. Anderson was forced to put as many references to the series into his sequel as possible. And clearly, he hated having to have Mary Sue Alice alongside Jill Valentine in this film.
The Plot - Part One
Here’s a 10,000 ft view of the “plot”, as we see it
Flashbacks to set up the backstory
Mansion that’s not really a mansion, "Nemesis", the dead walk the Earth, and the paper kimono
Is it Matt or Max?
the credits list the character as Matt, Squidge is convinced that Alice shouts "MAAA"
shooty shooty, gun gun. Lots of punchy zombie
pretty much sums of the direction of the movie
“2 Weeks earlier”, opening the hive, and portable CD players
Dr. Ashford loses his daughter, because his car is hit, but she’s alive
Jill “Bad-Ass” Valentine murders a bunch of people in the middle of a police station, and no one bats an eyelid
it’s how bad-assing work’s, right?
Captain Switzerland is sent by Umbrella to run the mop-up operation
Running up several flights of stairs in heels
Carlos saves the day… or not
Leg fu for the win
Totally not the Berlin Wall
which was constructed very quickly
Surplus and more!
but why not Kendo’s?
Dr. Ashford has frowny-face glasses, but hacks the system
Recreating the intro from Resident Evil 3
-Activating Nemesis through science and gratuitous bar charts