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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Resident Evil cinematronic
  director

Paul W.S. Anderson

cast

Milla Jovovich, Michelle Roderiguez

year

2002

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  As movies based on video games go, "Resident Evil" isn't bad. Yes, it's pell-mell crap-sploitation, but at least it's a change of pace when it comes to unabashed marketing. Unlike the half-assed story-free films derived from "Lara Croft," "Super Mario Brothers" and "Mortal Kombat," "Resident Evil" serves as a prequel to the video game that gave it its name. There are even real jolts, a jot of plot and a dab of mystery. A crack female security agent (Milla Jovovich of "Zoolander"), suffering from a memory-wipe, finds herself trapped with a cadre of dangerous colleagues (including titanium-tough Michelle Roderiguez of "Girlfight") in a locked-down underground lab owned by a corrupt multinational corporation. As the agent tries to recall her mission, she and her associates — one of whom is her enemy — must fend off an army of plague-carrying zombies and mutants who seem to have wandered in from other genre films. Warning: Director Paul W.S. Anderson did "Mortal Kombat," too.  
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