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pretty good

By harrypanayiotou
Written February 05, 2016
I wouldn't see it again, was not the best resident evil but it was entertaining. Some of the acting was kind of cheesy, and the plot for this one was kinda weird.
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Must see

By Irishnoble
Written June 27, 2016
Wonderful action and beautiful Special effects, they have yaken the series into a new direction. this is the type of movie Imax was made for. Milla is still beautiful as ever.
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Just a bad movie!

By icanectc
Written September 30, 2016
In this day and age I dont expect action movies to have horrible cgi scenes. Well this movie just had horrible cgi effects. Not to mention just horrible acting jobs by everyone. Maybe thats why the cgi was so bad the actors just didnt sell the fact they were on a green screen for 99% of the movie. Bad acting period. Where for art thou fifth element?!?
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Action

By nobelle92
Written June 30, 2016
Don't get me wrong they are so hot but their hotness doesn't make up for the lack of plot. It was one long action scene thats all!
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Visually entralling, but weak on plot.

By iambrett
Written September 25, 2016
I saw it on/in Imax 3-D. I have to agree with many of the other reviews I have read here: this installment is better than the last 2, but too flawed to stand alongside of the earliest installment(s) of the series. On the strong side: There are some very stylized/engaging visual sequences. The first 10 minutes + some other scenes were artfully rendered--almost like a avant-garde Samurai movie. The soundtrack was impressive. Yes,lots of explosions, but also many eerie/sad/powerful melodies that infused scenes with a sort of dark,ominous grace (reminiscent of Matrix,Dark City,or Inception). If you are a long-time series fan, you'll like the (re)appearance of many familiar faces. The negative(s): WEAK writing and plot. Whenever you need a character to tell Alice (so as to tell the audience) where they were and what's supposed to happen next, it's sloppy story telling and writing. Alice had supposedly lost her superpowers,but yet she kicks, jumps and acts the same--really??
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