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Resident Evil: Vendetta [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray] [2017]

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  • Release Date: 07/18/2017
  • Rating: R
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    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (331 out of 352)

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    Resident Evil: Vendetta
    This animated feature-length adaptation of the hit video game follows Chris Redfield, as he attempts to stop a deadly virus spreading in New York City, along with allies Leon S. Kennedy and Rebecca Chambers., Rovi



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    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 352 reviews

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Cringe-worthy

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      Kari
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      My setup. Sony A8f 65 with Sony HTST5000 Max point 50/10 *** 35/10/ 3.5star I’m rating this base on video, sound, character acting, story +progression, experience The CGI is really great! This 4k version really stands out as one of the best I’ve seen in a while. There are some points where it’s not good, such as the main bad guy eyes looks like glass when they were close up. Eyes aren’t reflective like that, as a mirror. Also, another part is when the BCAA unit were in the heliport or talking over there plan, the faces were highly render to the point it looks like it was pasted on the body especially the black guy. The best-looking part is the wedding area near the end. The room, floor and clothes looked real. *8 The sound of there voices were great, my subwoofer made me feel and hear every gun shot and blast. While not as real sounding as real explosives it was still pretty good. The 4k movie support dobly atmos and 7.1HD*10 The story was simple and easy to follow but details were lacking. Like who was the woman and kid and why was he so attached to them. Where did the vial of blood go when it was one the table? did they get it? *I don’t feel like they flush some small details out.7 Acting here is for dialogues and heroes actions. Their dialogues for the most part was great * their actions were not. To many times the hero’s mainly Chris and Rebecca forgot that they were BCCA soldiers. Chris hesitated so many times in the first half of the movie that it didn’t feel natural. Like please pull the triggers already. Rebecca knows about this virus and what it does but when confronted by it she acted as if it was all new. These people are survivors and no way should they be slow reacting in these situations. Or stopping to look and wait till the infected is right in your face. Leon is about the only one who’s action seemed to reflect his history. *6 The Actions sequences borrow a lot of equilibrium like combat, which at times seem over the top and makes me wonder how he can do that, I know the bad guy can but the hero... The logic of the soldiers and main heroes at times are bad. The movie creates moments of fake suspense to create situations of scare that seems artificial and unnatural. One part the hero is more than 20 meters away from an elevator they see zombie coming out yet they don’t fire till the zombies are 2 meters away. And this scene is after the hero killed some infected after coming out of a nearby door. Seeing that the pathway forward is limited and the elevator being the only way forward the logical BCAA veteran didn’t seem so aware. There are a bunch of parts like this which make watching the movie very difficult for me. The movie is for RE fans with fan service. It’s nothing I would recommend to a person who never played or watched any of the RE films. I don’t intend to watch it again but since it does have a bunch of languages, minus Japanese, I can use it for learning purposes.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Rushed Story

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      Pal00
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      I enjoy the RE characters Leon and Chris. However, in Vendetta, the storyline was too rushed. It could have been better. I've watched the other RE CG motion pictures and the storylines were much better. But after watching Vendetta, it felt like something was missing in the storyline. As for characters, Leon's character was very different; however, it was a believable change because the RE world, realistically, could become burdensome and wear down a character. Also, the voices for Leon and Chris sounded like the same person. Weird. For those who enjoy these characters, it might feel good to see them on screen again, but for someone who is new to RE, I would not recommend it.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Smh... Resident Evil: Vendetta

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      Eli1221
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      Just when you thought the animations were going to continue being your savior from the horrific live action Resident Evil films... The next installment in the animated Resident Evil universe, was just over the top. You easily get lost trying to follow the story due to its very poor writing, the action is awesome but OVER the top. As beautiful as it may be to see my favorite character (Leon Kennedy) use John Wick gun-fu, I'm pretty sure they don't reach that in the Raccoon City Police Department. Everything is just too much. With all that being said, there is simply too much wrong to ignore. Not a good film. Simply a popcorn film or a time filler.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Well done CGI film from Capcom

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      CAPCOM
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      This is one of the best Biohazard/Resident Evil films from Capcom. It is set between the events of Capcom's Biohazard/RE 6 plus 7 video games. The film centers on RPD Rookie Officer turned DSO Agent Leon Kennedy working with RPD S.T.A.R.S Alpha Team turned BSAA North American Branch Captain Chris Redfield to prevent a biological terrorist from spreading a virus on New York who is intending to seek revenge on society. Former RPD S.T.A.R.S Bravo Team Medic Rebecca Chambers is also an additional character in the film.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Love it

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      Jin23
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      I checked IMDB and it got "OK" reviews so I was a little skeptical at first but I love the other CGI Resident Evil movies that have been released so I thought I'd give it a chance and I'm really glad that I did.. With the live action Resident Evil movies and games going toward more of a militarized view point of zombies it was very refreshing that this movie held true to the old school Resident Evil zombies and a story line that would have fit into one of the older games.. I thoroughly enjoyed it and am glad that I added it to my zombie movie collection.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Resident Evil Fan

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      KKAAZZ
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      If you are a fan, you'll want to collect the Steelbooks from every movie, which is what I'm doing. However, if you are looking for a pleasant dialogue and storyboard, don't bother. If you are a gamer and action pack fanatic, the this is for you. Steelbook is just a luxury look for collectors, but the movie itself has great choreographed action scenes that you would get from movies like John Wick! It's sick and worth watching! You can tell the director put less dialogue and more action. They must have got my letter.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      II love this movie

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      Rubber12345
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      I love this movie. I found this to be one of the best endings of the movies. I thoroughly enjoyed this one and the ending. Wish they would make another to the books I really enjoyed the books when growing up and this movie quite enjoyable on 4K definitely would be watching this again over and over great for family and friends on Saturday night. Wish they would make another sequel to the books and to the movie so they can can you continue the sequel to the movie thank you

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The best Resident Evil movie up to date.

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      GrandMasterX
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      Unlike Hollywood's take on this movie franchise, Capcom really delivers with this action/horror flick following the events after RE6 but before RE7. This movie offers plenty of action with a few minor scares (depending on the viewer) while staying faithful to the original characters from the video game. I highly recommend this movie for any RE fan & as for everyone else, I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy this version much better over Hollywood's catastrophe.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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