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The title is a quote from Resident Evil movie. I'm still working on my art haven't had time been busy going to doctors and taking care of my health. But I thought of adding so information of one of my favorite videogame series turn movie series. Resident Evil coming up with a new movie out 2012 can't wait. So I'm adding Details,Box Office,Trivia and Goofs for each films. Hope you'll enjoy it.




Resident Evil (2002)

Director:
Paul W.S. Anderson
Writer:
Paul W.S. Anderson

Storyline

A virus has escaped in a secret facility called "The Hive," turning the staff into hungry zombies and releasing the mutated Lab "Animals" that they were studying. The complex computer shuts down the base to prevent infection. The parent corporation sends in an elite military unit, where they meet Alice, who is suffering from amnesia due to exposure to nerve gas. The military team must shut down the computer and get out, fighting their way past zombies, mutants, and the computer itself, before the virus escapes and infects the rest of the world. Alice must also come to terms with her slowly-returning memories.

Cast

Colin Salmon ... James 'One' Shade
Milla Jovovich ... Alice
Michelle Rodriguez ... Rain Ocampo
Eric Mabius ... Matt Addison
James Purefoy ... Spence Parks
Martin Crewes ... Chad Kaplan

Details

Country:
UK | Germany | France
Language:
English
Release Date:
15 March 2002 (USA)
Also Known As:
El huésped maldito
Filming Locations:
Krampnitz, Brandenburg, Germany
Lindstedt Palace, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany (Spencer mansion)
Reichstag subway tunnel, Berlin, Germany (The Hive entrance)
Studios Berlin, Adlershof, Berlin, Germany
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Raccoon City)

Box Office

Budget:
$33,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend:
$17,707,106 (USA) (17 March 2002) (2528 Screens)
Gross:
$102,441,078 (Worldwide)

Trivia

The main actors were told to prepare for the film by getting copies of the games and playing them through. Some of them didn't know if they could complete them in time so they had to get video copies of other people beating the games and then watch it.

George A. Romero, director of Night of the Living Dead, was originally attached to write and direct, but left the project in 1999 due to creative differences over the script. The project was dormant for over a year before Paul W.S. Anderson signed on to write and direct the movie.

This film was originally titled 'Resident Evil: Ground Zero', but the title was changed to just 'Resident Evil' after the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks on the USA.

The final fate of the Matt character is known to fans of the games.

A newspaper in Racoon City reads "The Dead Walk!" This is a direct reference to Day of the Dead, in which a newspaper at the beginning of the film reads the same.

Reference to Biohazard Code: Veronica: Matt runs into his sister that is now a zombie and has to watch her "die". This is similar to Steve Burnside having to watch his zombie father die, but by his own hands.

The second movie based on a video game directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. The first was Mortal Kombat.

Goofs

Factual errors: The camera pans to the broken virus vial, however, the bracket supporting it is a fixed one (manually adjusted then tightened with a screw), clearly not being capable of pan/tilt operations.

Factual errors: In the scene at the beginning of the movie, where the vial containing the virus is dropped, the fumes escape into the building through an air duct. This is not plausible, as any clean room that requires people to work in safety suits would be sealed, and therefore nor have air vents.

Factual errors: In the beginning of the movie, the T-Virus is released throughout the Hive, and the hive is completely sealed. When the Umbrella sanitation team arrives, they take off their gas masks before breaching the Hive. A well-trained special ops team wouldn't make that sort of mistake.





Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)

Director:
Alexander Witt
Writer:
Paul W.S. Anderson

Storyline

Alice awakens from a terrible sleep to find her worst fears realized--the bloodthirsty Undead, which she and the now-annihilated squad of elite military fought to destroy, have been unleashed on the city that surrounds the secret facility of the Umbrella Corporation. Discovering she was an Umbrella experiment, Alice has been bio-genetically enhanced with new strengths, senses and dexterity--and she will need them. In the heart of the ravaged Raccoon City, a small group of uninfected people, including Jill Valentine, a recently demoted member of Umbrella Corp's elite Special Tactics and Rescue Services team, and S.T.A.R.S team leader Carlos Oliveira, fight for their lives against swarms of Undead and the deadlier and faster Lickers. Running out of luck and resources, the group is rescued by Alice, and they begin to wage an exhilarating battle to survive and escape before the Umbrella Corporation erases its experiment from the face of the earth...

Cast

Milla Jovovich ... Alice
Sienna Guillory ... Jill Valentine
Oded Fehr ... Carlos Olivera
Thomas Kretschmann ... Major Cain
Sophie Vavasseur ... Angie Ashford
Razaaq Adoti ... Peyton Wells (as Raz Adoti)
Jared Harris ... Dr. Ashford
Mike Epps ... L.J.

Details

Country:
Germany | France | UK | Canada
Language:
English
Release Date:
10 September 2004 (USA)
Also Known As:
Resident evil - L'apocalypse
Filming Locations:
Berlin, Germany
Booth Avenue Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (soundstage)
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Cinespace Film Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (soundstage)
City Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Hamilton Cemetery, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
Prince Edward Viaduct, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Westwood Theatre, Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Box Office

Budget:
$45,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend:
$23,036,273 (USA) (12 September 2004) (3284 Screens)
Gross:
$129,394,835 (Worldwide) (2004)

Trivia

Natasha Henstridge was asked to play the role of Jill Valentine, but could not accept due to other work commitments.

The film was originally entitled 'Resident Evil: Nemesis' after the third game in the 'Resident Evil' (aka 'Biohazard') video game series, of the same name, which had a similar plot. The title was later changed to 'Resident Evil: Apocalypse' after the release (and subsequent box-office failure) of Star Trek: Nemesis.

The film contains many visual and thematic references to the games. Here's what references are seen from the games in storyline chronological order:

    All Games: There is a shot near the end of the film of Alice's eye close up. This is a reference to the first game in the series - the close up eye shot is the logo/title screen of the games, a white goddess statue can be seen in the church, Goddess statues always play a big role in the puzzles of all Biohazard games.

    Biohazard Ø: Alice kills the Lickers in the church in a bullet time effect identical to Billy Killing the Leech Queen.

    Biohazard In the opening scene with the weather map and the ending, both mention the Arklay Mountains. This is where the mansion in the original game was located.

    Biohazard (Gamecube remake) Terri's death is recorded by her fallen camera, as is Joseph's death in the intro in the remake of the original game.

    Biohazard 2 Alice's visit to the gun shop may be a slight reference to Resident Evil 2, in which Kendo's Gun Shop is one of the first locations a player visits, The helicopter that delivers Nemesis' weapons is similar in look to the helicopter that delivered Mr. X in Resident Evil 2, Angela Ashford plays a character similar to Shirey Birkin from Resident Evil 2.

    Biohazard 3: Last Escape: The sequence in which RPD members are surrounded by zombies at an intersection is taken almost shot for shot from an FMV in Resident Evil 3 (the most noticeably similar shot is the slow zoom in on the police helmet), The character of Jill Valentine wears the same outfit she wore in Resident Evil: 3, Zombies also rise from their graves in Resident Evil: 3, Jill also uses gas stoves to create an explosion in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, Jill,Terri, Alice and Peyton hide out in a red cable-car, in Resident Evil 3 Jill, Carlos, Nicholai and Mikhial also hide out in a red cable-car and use it to get to the Clock tower. And in both Resident Evil 3 and the Movie, Nemesis shoots down a helicopter with his rocket launcher.

    Biohazard Code: Veronica: The sequence in which Alice runs down a hallway while a helicopter shoots out the windows is identical to the opening cinema in Resident Evil: Code Veronica, Ashford is the name of the family that created Umbrella, as told in Resident Evil: Code Veronica, Alice's superhuman abilities are similar to those exhibited by Albert Wesker in Resident Evil: Code Veronica, Milla Jovovich's move in which she drops her handgun and grabs it just before hitting the ground was lifted directly from Biohazard Code: Veronica in which Claire Redfield pulls this in the opening movie and takes out a room full of guards.

    Miscellaneous: The idea of Dr. Ashford pulling strings to save people inside a zombie-ridden area contains shades of Trent, a character from the Resident Evil books, written by S.D. Perry. Another similarity is that Trent's parents, like Dr. Ashford, created the T-Virus for benevolent purposes before it was hijacked by Umbrella.

The word Biohazard appears many times in the movie. This is a reference to the Japanese versions of the games. In Japan the series of games is called Biohazard.

Goofs

Errors in geography: Although in most scenes the CN Tower has been edited out, near the beginning when the van with Angie in it crashes, you can see the CN Tower in the background.

Errors in geography: Although Raccoon City is supposed to be in the U.S, in most of the city shots where it shows the larger buildings you can see the CIBC (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce) and Bank of Montreal logos.

Factual errors: Several errors were made regarding nuclear power. First, no nuclear weapon detonation could ever be mistaken for an accident at a power station - power reactors cannot create nuclear explosions like weapons. Second, "critical" describes a reactor at normal, steady state operation, it does not mean an accident is occurring or imminent. Finally, the "accident" is described in the movie as the worst accident since Chernobyl. According to the UN, Chernobyl has only caused 56 deaths to date and the final death toll for the accident will be around 4,000. The destruction of a city the size of Raccoon City and the death of all its inhabitants would be far worse than the Chernobyl incident.

Plot holes: There is no possibility that the T-Virus can effect the bodies in the cemetery. As stated in the first movie, the T-Virus needs a body with residual neural activity, the bodies of the buried would have been dead for weeks. Furthermore, the T-virus would have to have been in direct interaction the a corpse, which are in sealed caskets inside a concrete chest.




Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)

Director:
Russell Mulcahy
Writer:
Paul W.S. Anderson

Storyline

Years after the Raccoon City disaster, Alice is on her own; aware that she has become a liability and could endanger those around her, she is struggling to survive and bring down the Umbrella Corporation led by the sinister Albert Wesker and head researcher Dr. Isaacs. Meanwhile, traveling through the Nevada Desert and the ruins of Las Vegas, Carlos Olivera, L.J., and new survivors K-Mart, Claire Redfield, and Nurse Betty must fight to survive extinction against hordes of zombies, killer crows and the most terrifying creatures created as a result of the deadly T-Virus that has killed millions.

Cast

Milla Jovovich ... Alice
Oded Fehr ... Carlos Olivera
Ali Larter ... Claire
Iain Glen ... Dr. Isaacs
Ashanti ... Betty
Christopher Egan ... Mikey
Spencer Locke ... K-Mart
Matthew Marsden ... Slater
Linden Ashby ... Chase
Jason O'Mara ... Albert Wesker
Mike Epps ... L.J.

Details

Country:
France | Australia | Germany | UK | USA
Language:
English
Release Date:
21 September 2007 (USA)
Also Known As:
Resident Evil 3: Extinción
Filming Locations:
Churubusco Studios, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico (soundstages)
Laguna Salada, Mexicali, Baja California Norte, Mexico (desert)
Mexicali, Baja California Norte, Mexico
Rumorosa Pass, Mexicali, Baja California Norte, Mexico
San Felipe, Baja California Norte, Mexico

Box Office

Budget:
$45,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend:
MXN 23,249,379 (Mexico) (21 September 2007) (350 Screens)
Gross:
$147,717,833 (Worldwide) (28 October 2007)

Trivia

Alice's new costume was designed by Milla Jovovich's clothing line, Jovovich-Hawk.

The production still of Alice (Milla Jovovich) holding two Kukri knives is a visual reference to Resident Evil: Apocalypse's Poster.

The idea for the two Kukri knives were from Milla Jovovich's fight trainer from Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Ron Balicki.

The film was originally intended to be filmed in the Australian Outback but was changed to Mexico.

This is the first live-action movie trilogy based on a video game.

The accompanying music for the first theatrical trailer is The Crystal Method's "I Know It's You". Milla Jovovich provides the vocals/wailing for the song, which was released three years earlier.

Prints were shipped to some theaters under the fake title "Raccoon City" - which is the name of the city featured in many of the video games.

In the Tokyo scene the sign next to 'Tokyo Metro' reads 'Zatoichi Square' an obvious nod to the fictional Japanese film and television character.

WILHELM SCREAM: The man who is using the flamethrower when he gets knocked off the top of the truck by the infected ravens.

Claire Redfield's role in the movie is different than in the games. She leads a convoy of survivors across the dead desert, but in the games, she on a mission to find her lost brother Chris Redfield.

Goofs

Revealing mistakes: During the scene in which Tokyo appears, there are several Japanese signs that just have random Japanese ideograms completely irrelevant to what should be there.

Errors in geography: After the characters arrive in Las Vegas, they park right next to the Paris Casino's Eiffel Tower and the Venetian Casino. In reality, The Venetian is one mile up Las Vegas Blvd (The Strip).

ncorrectly regarded as goofs: After Alice uses her powers to kill the crows, Dr. Isaacs uses 3 satellites to locate her - as evidenced by the display on his computer monitor. Three smaller circles, presumably satellites, centered around a larger circle, presumably the radius of her psionic ability - even though we only see one satellite in orbit. Even if the satellites are not sensitive to psionic bursts (though they should be, since the AI in the Umbrella facility claims to have detected them), Project Alice has several implants which allow Umbrella to track and control her.

Incorrectly regarded as goofs: In the council chambers, Wesker's glasses reflect the room around him. This isn't a mistake - all council chambers are identical, and Wesker's holographic cameras would pick up the reflection of his table - as well as the reflections of the other holograms in the room during a meeting.

Revealing mistakes: At the start of the final scene in Tokyo, there are rats in the street. As the camera descends through the street, one of the rats actually goes in front of the ground revealing that the street is actually a cut-away set.

Revealing mistakes: When Dr. Isaacs is held in a "secure room" the keypad used to release the door is quite clearly that of a cheap digital safe (the sort one would buy for keeping a few household valuables) and no attempt has been made to conceal the circular handle of the safe, the rest of which has been built into the wall.




Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

Director:
Paul W.S. Anderson
Writer:
Paul W.S. Anderson

Storyline

In a world ravaged by a virus infection, turning its victims into the Undead, Alice (Jovovich), continues on her journey to find survivors and lead them to safety. Her deadly battle with the Umbrella Corporation reaches new heights, but Alice gets some unexpected help from an old friend. A new lead that promises a safe haven from the Undead takes them to Los Angeles, but when they arrive the city is overrun by thousands of Undead - and Alice and her comrades are about to step into a deadly trap.

Cast

Milla Jovovich ... Alice
Ali Larter ... Claire Redfield
Kim Coates ... Bennett
Shawn Roberts  ... Albert Wesker
Sergio Peris-Mencheta ... Angel Ortiz
Spencer Locke ... K-Mart
Boris Kodjoe ... Luther West
Wentworth Miller ... Chris Redfield
Sienna Guillory ... Jill Valentine

Details

Country:
Germany | France | UK
Language:
English | Japanese
Release Date:
10 September 2010 (USA) See more »
Also Known As:
Resident Evil: Afterlife: An IMAX 3D Experience See more »
Filming Locations:
Cinespace Film Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Department of Pharmacy, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (interiors: prison)
Oshawa Municipal Airport, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada (Alaska plane graveyard)
Sandbanks Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada (Alaska beach scenes)
Shibuya Crossing, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan (opening scene)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (interiors: prison)

Box Office

Budget:
$60,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend:
$26,650,264 (USA) (12 September 2010) (3203 Screens)
Gross:
$296,221,663 (Worldwide) (9 January 2011)

Trivia

The name of this movie "Afterlife" is the same working title that was used in the previous movie before it became "Extinction".

This is the first live-action movie based on a video game to be in 3-D.

Features plot elements from Biohazard Code: Veronica and Biohazard 5.

The first 'Resident Evil' film to be released in IMAX.

Claire Redfield wears a red vest, her primary outfit from her game appearances.

In past Resident Evil movies Alice has yellow-blond hair with some of her natural brown color, but in this movie, Alice has no yellow-blond hair but entirely brown.

This marks the fourth time 'Paul W. Anderson' has written the script for a Resident Evil movie. He has written all of them since the first one. This also marks the second time Anderson has directed a Resident Evil movie, something no other director has done.

With a gross of around $300 million worldwide, the film is the highest-grossing Canadian film and highest-grossing entry in the Resident Evil film series.

Goofs

Revealing mistakes: After Alice lands in what she thinks is Arcadia, and after her video-log, while investigating the "mysterious figure" she readies both her revolvers and points them right at the camera. There are no bullets in the chambers. Also, even if the chamber behind the barrel of each gun WAS loaded, when she pulled the trigger, the cylinder would revolve and the hammer would strike the next (and obviously empty) chamber.

Factual errors: When the Alice clones attack Umbrella Corporation HQ, they fire thousands of rounds from sub-machine guns without reloading. The Tmp machine pistol they were using can only be fired for about 4 seconds before emptying.

Revealing mistakes: While Claire is fighting with the Axeman, he chases her only to have her do a wall run and vault back over his head. This would see her land 10-12 feet behind him. But when the action continues Claire starts running from the far end of the shower room, a good 30 feet away.

Continuity: The clones of Alice in the beginning go from a slight platform heel to flats and back and forth during the action scene.

Revealing mistakes: When Claire and Chris Redfield shoot Wesker with their pistols, one can clearly see that the muzzle flash and weapon recoil are not synchronized.

Revealing mistakes: In Jill Valentine ending credits scene, we can see the cloudy sky trough the window of the Osprey, but in the reflection on the floor, we can see the green screen.


Resident Evil: Retribution (2012)

Director:
Paul W.S. Anderson
Writer:
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Storyline

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Cast

Milla Jovovich ... Alice
Ali Larter ... Claire Redfield
Wentworth Miller ... Chris Redfield (rumored)

Details

Country:
Germany | USA
Language:
English
Release Date:
14 September 2012 (USA) See more »
Also Known As:
Resident Evil 5

Box Office

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Trivia

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Goofs

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