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Resident Evil (15-Mar-2002)

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson

Writer: Paul W.S. Anderson

Keywords: Horror, Action/Adventure, Experiment Gone Awry, Amnesia, Video Game, Zombie

Film adaptation of the video game series of the same name follows a young woman's attempts to stop an outbreak of a vicious zombie virus.

ABSTRACT
(broken link, Paul W. S. Anderson)'s screen treatment of the top-grossing Capcom series of survival horror video games centers on a secret facility called "the Hive" operated by a hegemonic conglomerate known as the Umbrella Corporation in the near future, where a genetically-engineered virus named the "T virus" is unleashed and produces mass chaos. Enter Alice, a woman working as a guard for a Hive entrance who wakes up in a mansion with amnesia; informed of her occupation by an officer with the Raccoon City force, Alice must spring into action, fashioning herself as a warrior woman operating alongside Umbrella Corporation employees with a view to neutralizing the T-virus before it produces a zombie apocalypse.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Milla Jovovich
Actor
17-Dec-1975   The Fifth Element
Eric Mabius
Actor
22-Apr-1971   Tim Haspell on The L Word
Heike Makatsch
Actor
13-Aug-1971   Love Actually
James Purefoy
Actor
3-Jun-1964   Feast of July
Michelle Rodriguez
Actor
12-Jul-1978   Girlfight, Resident Evil
Colin Salmon
Actor
1962   Resident Evil

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