"Resident Evil: Afterlife" certainly will please its fan base and possibly attract newcomers thanks to its arresting visuals.
State-of-the-art 3D effects add a welcome dose of visual freshness to the fourth installment of this video game-based franchise which, like its central character, has managed to kick butt. Marking the return of director Paul W. S. Anderson to the series, "Resident Evil: Afterlife" certainly will please its fan base and possibly attract newcomers thanks to its arresting visuals. But as with the first three installments, those looking for anything more than a series of slam-bang action sequences will find little of interest.
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