Movie Review – “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City”
“Resident Evil” is a zombie film set in the 21st century and shows several advances in 20th-century films. For example, in 20th-century horror films, the sharp edges of a knife made a powerful impression on the wind. In the 21st century, large metal objects make crumbling sounds just by looking at them.
The giant Umbrella Corporation, whose secret laboratory is a place of action, focuses on high-tech weapons and genetic cloning. It can transform small DNA into a 9-foot-tall monster. It reminds me of a young man from Kent.
You would think that an Umbrella could make a soundless door when it closed, but its doors made a loud bang or were opened. The report tells us that Umbrella products are “in 90 percent of American homes,” so they end up behind Morton Salt.
There is one positive effect when the characters unknowingly enter the hallway, and the door closes. Then the laser beam passes through the head level, cutting one. One beam passes through the waist, crossing a second time in the middle while the other ducks. The third laser pretends to be high but shifts to the lower, but the third character cleverly passes it by jumping at the last minute.
Then a fourth laser turns into a grid that pulls its victim into pieces the size of a Big Mac. Since the grid was inevitable, what was it about the front lasers? Does the hall have jokes? Alice / Janus Prospero / Marsha Thompson and her colleagues are highly trained scientists, leading to the following exchange as they stare at the zombie blood pool on the ground.
Alice / J.P. / M.T. or Rain (I forgot where it is): “It’s thick!” Matt or Spence (I forget what it is): “That’s impossible!” “Why not?!?” “Because blood does not do that until you die!” How does low blood pressure know you’re dead? The answer to this question is very obvious. I wonder if you can ask because it is the blood of a zombie.
The characters have no small talk. Their conversation contains instructions, explanations, exclamations, and compliments. Yes, ejaculation can be a dialogue. If you live long enough, you may find that it always happens.
Oh, and the film has a Digital Readout. Hive is set to lock forever after 60 minutes, so the characters run out of time. In other words, after he closes all his doors and breathes and drowns everyone, he waits for 60 minutes and then actually closes his doors – a great time. It is not surprising that metal doors make such loud noises. In their mind, they are practicing. Visualization, it is called. Impressed, I imagined the theater doors slamming behind me.
The franchise of the game Resident Evil has produced a kind of awesome game, and the characters in it have a different fan base. The most recent sequel is Resident Evil Village, where we see a visual spectacle with a history that could make some films embarrassing. Two couples, Claire Redfield (Kaya Scodelario) and Leon S. Kennedy (Avan Jogia). We also have Claire’s brother from the games, Chris Redfield (Robbie Amell).
Redfield will be the show’s star, riding on Raccoon City, wearing his old red jacket. The first Resident Evil 1 and 2 games keep Claire and her brother Chris apart; However, this trailer strongly suggests that they will eventually come together to expose Umbrella Corporation, the source that caused the G virus outbreak.
The narrative has a place to breathe in the game arena, and the visual world rescues the characters present in Resident Evil 1 and 2. In visual storytelling, while the actor performs side effects, which allows him to explore different aspects, the characters and the small episode have ample time to accomplish. We may be witnesses to the G virus and the disclosure of Umbrella Corp. As in the games, the murders of Claire and Chris were flawless. But filmmaking has its limits on the amount of content that can go into a screen game compatible with fans of that type. Patience is critical as players love a great show or event that has not been discussed on Reddit.
The trailer also features one of Resident Evil 2’s most terrifying and complex villains, Licker. The infamous four-sided meat uses its long tongue as a weapon. We also have our favorite zombie dogs, complete horror machines with jumping, and traditional Doberman looks. And the way the police fought the hordes of Zombies, it seems we are going back a lot to the outbreak and the absolute chaos.
If you are a fan of Resident Evil games, you will find many Easter Eggs in the trailer. “It stings, it’s delicious,” the words we see written in blood on the window. This refers to a veterinarian journal from Resident Evil. The magazine describes the experience of a researcher who suffered from dementia, and the final article in his journal is “Biting, Fun.”
Also, remember the first zombie our characters found in the trailer? We see a zombie sticking out of the body and turning slightly to expose its ugly face. This little episode is a clear nod to the first zombie encounter in the first game of Resident Evil. Movement, shooting, and setting are all the same. In both cases, there is a clear indication of a future event.
As for the quality of the trailer, it seems to follow the same pattern found in many excellent products, i.e., low-quality viewing effects. The zombie dog looks deceptive, as does Licker. Plus, Zombies seem strange at times. Finally, we have a trailer song, a downloaded version of “What’s Up?” 4 Non-Blondes. Such use of songs can be said to have been introduced by the Suicide Squad (original). Remember Bohemian Rhapsody as Joker laughs? Although the Suicide Squad songs significantly impacted its trailer, they just took it up to the hype counter. This later led to the collapse of the film from that massive rise.
With Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City using the same method to give its trailer a unique niche, let’s hope it doesn’t work like a Suicide Squad. And if we are going to follow the concept of trailers where it is said that movie trailer images are very selective in the best movie trailers, you have to hope for the best but be prepared for the worst. But if we remember how much it is believed to be based on games, we are actually on a journey full of zombies.
edited and proofread by nikita sharma