Resident Evil: The Final Chapter | KT Review

It seems we have finally reached the end of Resident Evil. And we come full circle, returning to the beginning and wrapping up those unanswered questions. Currently available on Netflix, if you haven’t seen it yet and you’re a fan of the franchise now is your chance. And there’s doggos!

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter on Netflix

Alice must return to where it all began, Racoon City has the solution she, and the world, needs. The trouble is, the Umbrella Corporation are gathering forces to eradicate the last of those pesky remaining survivors. And they’re not far behind her.

Starring Milla Jovovich (All the other Resident Evil’s, Future World), Iain Glen (Game of Thrones, Delicious), Ali Larter (Final Destination, Heroes), Shawn Roberts (XXX: Return of Xander Cage, The Tomorrow People), Eoin Macken (The Forest, Nightflyers), Fraser James (Yardie, Holby City), and Ruby Rose (John Wick: Chapter 2, Batwoman in Arrow, Supergirl, & Flash).

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Review

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Review Conclusion

I might watch it again – I probably should have watched the others again before watching this instalment. It’s been a while. But let’s just say, things aren’t going too well for Alice. I don’t know if it’s just me but I feel like Alice has slowly lost some of her badassery over the years. But there’s lots of action, lots of infected, and lots of explosions. If you haven’t watched the others it takes a little while to get back into it but once you’re there it does a good job of bringing it to a conclusion. An enjoyable watch.

3.5 Stars

Delectables to devour as you watch: something meaty, pulled pork perhaps with a rich sticky sauce and a mass produced beer or two. For the Vegies among you, I’ve heard fake pulled pork can be accomplished with Jackfruit -whatever that is. And some supermarkets sell a version.

Somewhere Between

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