Rent an old Romero flick or hook up your Nintendo; either one will be cheaper and more satisfying.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
Not good or even competent.
| Original Score: 1/5
A film without interest, wit, imagination or even entertaining violence and special effects.
| Original Score: .5/4
There are a lot of "ewwwwww" moments.
| Original Score: C-
By-the-numbers gory horror flick -- not for kids.
| Original Score: 2/5
Rarely have so many bad accents been on display, from the wandering German of the evil Major Cain to could-that-be-Russian? of two soon to be chomped soldiers.
| Original Score: C-
... dreadful piece of work.
Resident Evil: Apocalypse is for those who found "28 Days Later" too brainy.
| Original Score: 2/4
It is approximately just as loud, gross and stupid as its predecessor was, and you get to see Milla Jovovich's boobs. End of review.
| Original Score: D
Witt can't even match Anderson's tremendously limited range, and uses "Apocalypse" as his calling card for a future career that should never come to fruition at any costs.
Anderson doesn't just suck as a director he's also a terrible writer, which I think makes him Hollywood's first legitimate black hole.
Monstrous zombies rampage through a peaceful metropolis. Carnage is everywhere. Still, one can't help but yawn one's way through Resident Evil: Apocalypse.
| Original Score: 1/4
Nothing short of pathetic.
| Original Score: 0.5/4
[An] elaborate gory gaming gimmick. The feisty energy and revolving recklessness cannot overcome the absurdity and superficial aspect of this unfocused hedonistic horror show
Loud, messy, senseless, pointless, and cheesy.
Another underwhelming entry to another underwhelming franchise.
A joyless exercise infected with "sequelitis" and serves only as a forum for one explosion after another.
The heart plummets at the prospects for a follow-up.
Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the kind of movie that causes you to drink tequila until every brain cell in your head responsible for remembering the film is dead.
| Original Score: 0/4
In an era of resurgent zombie-flick creativity (28 Days Later, Dawn of the Dead), this leaden mindlessness is nothing short of pathetic.