Resident Evil: Vendetta

Resident Evil: Vendetta

BSAA Chris Redfield enlists the help of government agent Leon S. Kennedy and Professor Rebecca Chambers from Alexander Institute of Biotechnology to stop a death merchant with a vengeance from spreading a deadly virus in New York.

Chris Redfield enlists the help of Leon S. Kennedy and Rebecca Chambers to stop a death merchant, with a vengeance, from spreading a deadly virus in New York. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Resident Evil: Vendetta torrent reviews

Alec B (jp) wrote: There's a lot of cliches present here, but thankfully the film knocks most of them down in the end to ensure it's main character doesn't have too happy of an ending. Collette's charming as ever and Haden Church gives one of his weirder performances (which I do mean as a compliment).

jaani 2 (us) wrote: Good bollywood flick guy is hilarious

Synthia E (it) wrote: I thought the movie was a little boring compared to the TV show, but, it had a good plot.

Jonathan H (br) wrote: I'd give this series negative stars if I could...the best movie vin diesel has been in is still saving private ryan. If it werent for these biased rotten tomato reviews on the furious series, every single movie would be a splat except SPR.

Jeremy C (br) wrote: I have seen this film a couple of times. It wasn't bad it was actually very fun and funny. GRADE:B+

Johnathon W (fr) wrote: Wonderfully twisted crime dramedy that manages to be both gut-wrenching & hilarious at the same time. The entire cast give career best performances, with Colin Farrell giving his best lead performance to date as the mournful Ray, who tries to deal with a horrible thing he's done, but sometimes in the craziest ways (he's got a thing for midgets). He's matched wonderfully by Bendan Gleeson, who genuinely believes in Ray, despite his past, while Ralph Fiennes is hilarious as their short-tempered mob boss. Behind the camera, writer/director Martin McDonagh crafts a truly original piece and you'll never sure where it's going. What's remarkable is that the dramatic moments are gut-wrenching (Ray did do a horrible thing) while the comedic moments hilarious (an argument over a suicidal man with his supposed assassin over who gets to kill him is brilliant). Best of all, they fit together in the film perfectly and never feel out of place with each other. McDonagh also makes great use of the the Christmas holiday, as some pretty horrible stuff happens around the time humans should be sharing peace & joy. Overall, one of the best & most original crime films in recent years, and since it takes place during Christmas, and awesome addition to the holiday film rotation.

Ryan H (kr) wrote: Sanjay Gupta is the should be shot all he does is steal other directors films.

George X (gb) wrote: Emotional and explosive at times, the movie seems to unwind at the end and lose focus. So much potential based on the cast and the storyline fizzles out rather abruptly at the end.

David M (it) wrote: A confusing adaptation of a Mamet play, that I'm assuming is just as hard to grasp. It pulses with fervor and energy, but it seems like it doesn't know where to put it all. Macy is effective, but the dialogue doesn't ever seem natural here on the screen. Not deep enough as a character study, nor compelling enough narratively. Bizarre.

Milos P (ru) wrote: I liked it a lot, despite what the critics said...

David T (ag) wrote: Breathtaking and powerfull. Jennifer jason Leigh still captivates me.

Turab H (nl) wrote: Excellentte songs!!!

Whit w (kr) wrote: Is "Millennium" one of those so-bad-it's-good movies or is there something in it that makes it worth watching? I actually think it's got some very interesting ideas for a time travel story. I was intrigued by some of the plot's occurrances. The recovery of a futuristic weapon from an airliner collision. Found watches that are running backwards. All neat things that are mostly unsatisfying because we are forced to follow the corny love story between the stiff Kris Kristofferson and the perky but miscast Cheryl Ladd. I saw this a few weeks ago and the only things I can really remember is how freaky the android looked and how sharp Ladd was in a stewardess uniform. That doesn't speak much for the story itself.

Richard S (mx) wrote: This is the kind of role Crispin Glover is made for, he is playing a creepier psychotic version of George McFly from Back to the Future. The film itself isn't scary but it's still a great horror, very different from most of the other horror films released these days. I'd describe it more of a gothic fantasy horror. All of the effects with the rats are brilliantly done and it looks great on screen.

Anna B (nl) wrote: The first act or so is a little shaky, and the cuts make the plot kinda confusing, but once you get the hang of what's happening it's quite enjoyable. You can see Kurosawa already has a pretty firm handle of how he wants to make movies. He makes the very un-cinematic martial art of jujitsu compelling to watch: the slowly-paced fight against the old man is lovely and sad, and the final fight in the grass is shockingly beautiful.

Miguel R (ru) wrote: A couple of errors but its fine