Resident Evil: Apocalypse

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 2004


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Keely Christian
Resident Evil: Apocalypse, the second installment in the popular Resident Evil series, is a 2004 science fiction/horror film directed by Alexander Witt. During a T-virus outbreak in Umbrella Corporation's underground complex called the Hive, the workers turn into terrifying zombies. A survivor of the initial underground outbreak, Alice (Milla Jovovich), now wakes up in a deserted hospital to discover that the virus has spread past the Hive. Officials have quarantined Raccoon City, and the citizens are struggling to survive as they battle the zombie horde. When the creator of the T-virus, Dr. Charles Ashford (Jared Harris), asks Alice to rescue his young daughter, she accepts the quest in exchange for the promise that he will evacuate her from the infected area. Joined by a group of fellow survivors, Alice must battle her way past bloodthirsty zombies and face off against the Umbrella Corporation's newest weapon in order to break free from Raccoon City.


Metacritic Score

  • 70

    The New York Times Dave Kehr

    Mr. Anderson's screenplay provides a steady series of inventive action situations, and the director, Alexander Witt, makes the most of them. His work is fast, funny, smart and high...

  • 50

    Los Angeles Times

    Witt injects the film with plenty of razzle-dazzle on the visual side, but the pace deadens whenever the zombies are offscreen or the characters open their mouths long enough to do...

  • 30

    Variety Scott Foundas

    Calamitously uninspired and borderline incoherent, new pic lacks even those fleeting pleasures (namely, a sense of humor) that made the first film a passable popcorn attraction.

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post apocalyptic, supernatural forces, evil company, hostile monsters, saving the world