I don't have a lot to say, other than: "a bit suckier than Resident Evil, but nowhere near as sucky as Resident Evil: Apocalypse."
Bonus points for creatively using Marylin Manson's theme from the first one in a multitude of different versions throughout this one. I liked that a lot.
It's amazing to me how everyone who survives apocalypses of a global magnitude always has such perfect skin and teeth and are all hot as hell. I guess those of us with inferior genes are more susceptible to being left to die. I guess it's time to start compensating for that by stockpiling shotguns and ammunition.
i haven't seen it, nor do i have plans to. in fact i only saw the second one because it was a freebie from my old job. i don't even know if i've seen the first one.
anyway, your comment about perfect skin and teeth... isn't ali larter in this? how do you explain her face that's pulled too tight and her giant teeth she's always showing off? she's just barely human enough not to be mistaken for a mutant most of the time in Heroes.
in any case, i don't like ali larter. at all. does it show?
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