Awakening in a top-secret Umbrella facility as the T-virus threatens to wipe out the last remnants of humanity, Alice (Milla Jovovich) must battle her way through virtual simulations in order to break out of the complex and save the Earth in this fifth Resident Evil film. While the apocalyptic plague rages above ground, below the surface lies a massive base powered the evil supercomputer, the Red Queen, who will stop at nothing to contain humanity's only biologically-enhanced hope that is Alice. While factions in the Umbrella Corporation strive to help Alice escape, the Red Queen unleashes zombies, monsters, and clones of her ex-comrades to stop her. Only when Alice stumbles across a young girl who's been bred to think that she is her mother does the two-fisted heroine find a new reason to live. Sienna Guillory, Michelle Rodriguez, and Kevin Durand co-star.~Jeremy Wheeler
Drop (Un) Dead - Creature Featurette
Filmmaker & Cast Commentaries
Deleted & Extended Scenes
6 Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes
Project Alice: The Interactive Database
Paul W.S. Anderson
Paul W.S. Anderson
Sienna GuilloryJill Valentine
Kevin DurandBarry Burton
Shawn RobertsAlbert Wexler
Johann UrbLeon S. Kennedy
Boris KodjoeLuther West
Li BingbingAda Wong
Toshio OkiJapanese Policeman
Takato YamashitaJapanese Businessman
Mika NakashimaJ Pop Girl
Megan CharpentierThe Red Queen
Ray OlubowaleAxe Man
Kevin ShadAxe Man
Razaaq AdotiSgt. Payton
Martin CrewesChad Kaplan
Iain GlenDr. Isaacs
Sandrine HoltTerri Morales
Thomas KretschmannMajor Tom Cain
Ali LarterClaire Redfield
Eric MabiusMatt Addison
Wentworth MillerChris Redfield
James PurefoySpence Parks
Norman YeungKim Yong
Anna BoltDr. Green
Indra OvéMr. Black
Joseph MayDr. Blue
Heike MakatschDr. Lisa Addison
Liz May BriceMedic
Pasquale AleardiJ.D. Salinas
Paul W.S. AndersonProducer
Kevin PhippsProduction Designer
Dan YarhiSupervising Art Director
Hiroyuki KobayashiAssociate Producer
Martin MoszkowiczExecutive Producer
Dennis DavenportSet Designer
Evan WebberSet Designer
Wendy PartridgeCostume Designer
John J. ThomsonSound Mixer
André CoutuPost Production Manager
Andrew StirkRe-Recording Mixer
Andrew TayRe-Recording Mixer
Bernhard ThuerProduction Executive
Dennis BerardiVisual Effects Supervisor
Hartley GorensteinLine Producer
Hartley GorensteinUnit Production Manager
Kevin BanksMusic Editor
Mark ZsifkovitsRe-Recording Mixer
Nicholas PowellFights Choreographer
Nicholas PowellSecond Unit Director
Nicholas PowellStunts Coordinator
Stephen BardenSupervising Sound Editor
Susie MarucciScript Supervisor
Action and Adventure
Resident Evil: Retribution
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, Blu-ray
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Resident Evil: Retribution [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] 
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Owned for 9 months when reviewed.
-Movie: I give it a 8 out of 10. Worthy of buy. Can’t go wrong with any of the series.
3D was ranged from medium to high level, it was awesome!
Only 5.1. Surround in stead of 7.1
No slipcover or steel case.
-Gear used for sound & visuals:
LG 65’ C6P 4k/3D passive OLED (manually calibrated)
9.2 Onkyo RZ + pre amp for 7.2.4/11.2 (integrated calibrated then manually tweeted with SPL sound level meter & balance/adjust for full dynamic range)
Klipsch P-REF towers
& dual R112SW subs
Polk Audio MC80 8’ quad in-ceiling heights
Oppo 4K UDP-203
Monster cables: Premium Black Platinum HDR HDMIs, THX Audio RCA, Digital Subwoofer Cables & Fiber Optic Ultra 1000
Monoprice 14 gauge awg copper speaker wire
Nakamichi Speaker Plugs
Auralex Acoustic Isolation platforms
This is the second 3D "Resident Evil" film produced and the fifth film in the saga. It is another excellent 3D film that has a number of good "in-your- face" 3D effects, e.g., guns pointed and fired at the viewer, blood flung directly at the camera, blades and other items pushed right out of the screen. Depth is also enhanced in this super non-stop action film.
Alice does some amazing flips and over-the-top battle and fight scenes. Also, some characters that I thought were dead and gone reappear- much like the walking dead (zombies) in the "Resident Evil" films. Some characters also change sides and become good or bad at different times.
This Blu-ray film is very clear, with good color, and proper use of 3D without the common blurring found in other 3D films. It is sad that many directors of both 3D and 2D films don't know how to use rack-focus shots properly to avoid the super blurring between foreground and background people and objects that I have seen in a number of films. The 3D is properly handled here and this film is a great addition to any 3D library.
I recommend this film to any fan of 3D and the "Resident Evil" series.
3D, the reason for my purchase, is very effective, clear and bright. I really wanted to evaluate the 3D performance of my new Sony xbr65x930d TV and active glasses that I purchased from Best Buy last month. While there are lots of youtube 720p 3D downloads available, nothing but a Hollywood movie provided me and the TV the proper challenge.
The 3D presentation of this Blu Ray disk solved my problem; everything is fine!
I am still a huge 3D fan, but I understand why the industry has given up on it. They charge a premium for it, and not everyone can physically handle the 3rd dimensional view. Give my family a headache.
As a movie, this one is a decent entry (Afterlife is the best IMOO), but the 3D is good on this one!
this is a great 3D movie. it had some things that jumped out. would love to see more of that in the movies. the plot was good, definatley looking forward to the next.
if you are afraid of zombies but want to see it, watch it during the day.