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Resident Evil: Damnation (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy)

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United States Special agent Leon S. Kennedy sneaks into a small Eastern European country to verify rumors that Bio Organic Weapons (B.O.W.s) are being used in war. Right after his infiltration, the US government orders him to leave immediately. Determined to uncover the truth, Leon ignores the order and enters the battlefield to end the chain of tragedies caused by the B.O.W.s.

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The feature-length CGI Resident Evil: Damnation extends the popular survival horror franchise's efforts to create a secondary series of action-horror features that hew closer to the original video game series than the live-action theatrical releases. Agent Leon S. Kennedy (voiced by Matthew Mercer) is again front and center, this time in the fictional East Slavic Republic to investigate allegations of Bio-Organic Weapons being used in the country's civil war. The rumors prove true, as Kennedy discovers that rebel forces have gained possession of the Las Plagas parasite as part of their offensive against the region's president. What follows is a terrific rendition of the game's first-person perspective, with Kennedy fighting his way through hordes of hideous monsters in an attempt to find the source of the outbreak. However, story and dialogue continue to lag behind the action and CGI rendering, which at times is genuinely stunning. The recurring characters never quite eclipse the functional aspects of their video game versions, while new ones are forgettable or, in the case of youthful rebel JD, cartoonish clichés. Fans of the game and film series should be able to look past these issues, though, and will most likely appreciate the supplemental features, which take pains to explain Las Plagas and the histories of the main characters. --Paul Gaita

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  • Directors: Makoto Kamiya
  • Producers: Hiroyuki Kobayashi
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Ultraviolet, AC-3, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen, Digital_copy
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Portuguese, French, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Thai, Spanish, English
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Thai, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Digital Copy Expiration Date: December 31, 2017 (Click here for more information)
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (601 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008H6GHL0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,708 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Resident Evil: Damnation improves upon the first Resident Evil CG movie, Degeneration, by leaps and bounds! Not only did Capcom tweak the appearances of the characters (and for the better!) when in comparison to the last movie, they also took many demands of the fans to heart. A good part of the appeal of the Resident Evil franchise is its trademark monsters, in which case this feature film does not fail to resurrect some of the most notorious creatures from the more classic games of the series. That does not go to say that they have done away with the new, either. With an interesting blending of creatures, Damnation takes that next step into the future of Resident Evil, teasing you with what is to come a few weeks down the line with Resident Evil 6.

The plot at first may seem difficult to follow, but with Leon Scott Kennedy holding the reigns and Ada Wong throwing him a bone here and there, the story definitely does not disappoint. Between all of the monsters, fighting, and oh yeah... more monsters... You really appreciate the effort that was placed in the finer details that truly connect this movie with the rest of the series. Whereas Degeneration felt slightly more disjointed, Damnation is much better woven into the framework of the global threat of Bio-Terror looming on the horizon. The world really is turning into a mess and it's only a matter of time before it spins horribly out of control. This gives the film the intricacies and polish that its predecessor was lacking.

If you're new to the series, the gore and rather flavorful action scenes may be enough to hook you. However, for loyal fans this is a breath of fresh air and you will feel entrenched in Leon's cause and perplexed by all of the questions the ending scenes present.
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In one of the special features on the Blu-ray, director Makoto Kamiya says he was aiming for a "Resident Evil 4" Leon and that he wanted to put Leon through hell. That is the perfect way to describe Leon's journey throughout "Damnation." The Las Plagas virus is now being used for war tactics and utilized in ways that have yet to be introduced in the games. What's great is that "Damnation" throws you into the first person perspective and makes you feel like anything can jump out at Leon and attack him at any moment. The renders as well as the computer animation are crisp and fluid at all times, especially the hosts of the Plaga, the Lickers, and the Tyrants. The only time it looks awkward is when people talk for long periods of time. You begin to notice that their facial expressions don't seem as natural as they should be, but it's easy to overlook.

The lighting in the movie really stands out, especially in the basement sequence and whenever Leon picks up a flashlight. It's just done so well, feels natural, and even helps add tension at times. "Damnation" can pat itself on the back for actually utilizing the slow-motion effect properly. Lately it seems like most Hollywood pictures use slow-motion for the most pointless sequences like when someone is just standing there in the rain or when somebody turns around. The slow-motion scenes in "Damnation" actually enhance the story and action sequences. There are effects that come out at you better than most movies that are released in or post-converted to 3D and released in theaters; there's some really amazing headshots including one where Leon shoves a crowbar through somebody's skull, a table being flipped over and a cup of tea flying at you, a water jug being kicked in your face, and the tongue of a licker jumping out at you.
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As you watch the beginning to the ending of the movie it feels like the producers and writers intentionally made the movie as a prequel to the RE6 games storyline but don't let that detract you from the entertaining story that is already in the movie itself. Like on reviewer stated the movie brings into play many of the former monsters and creatures that you see in the games as well as some cameo time with another iconic RE character as well. The CGI Animation is great and the actions is pretty good too.What is almost sadly ironically funny is that some of the fight scenes here are much better then the ones in the live action RE movies. Basically this is a must for any Resident Evil fan or those who like CGI action movies but regardless this is a nice collection to anyone's movie collection and for fans enough to tide us over until the release of RE6.
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By Jason Brown on September 28, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
The first CGI movie was somewhat marred by occassionally bad dubbing, if anything bad, this is simply marred by not having "language" as a reason for being R-rated, there's plenty, but not too strong.
Let's see, Leon Kennedy? Check.
Ada Wong? Check. Great, we got the necessary characters from two of the best RE games there are (2 and 4).
BOW's? Definite check.
Twists and turns? Check.
Somewhat convoluted story that's now trademark? Trademark check.
Okay, we got that covered. Leon is in Russia when BOW's appear and take many upon many a populace out. To make it worse, there seems to be something new about the pairing of lickers and clickers, in that they're not constantly attacking every single living being, but are shown to be controlled... externally. Leon, despite orders to get out of Russia, stays to find out what, exactly, is going on. Thing is, Ada is also in Russia, there to meet the very first woman president of Russia in the Motherland's history, to talk about the BOW's and how to take care of the situation. Too bad things get screwed up rather quickly. But hey, it makes for good CGI, video game-based entertainment.
Oh yes, there's also the evocative imagery of terrorism, talks about it (more realistic than in Resident Evil 4, which felt forced in the dialogue and rather unnecessary), and a couple pretty good fight scenes, surprise shock moments, some slo-mo moments to capture precise moments during firefights, and plenty and plenty (oh, did I mention plenty?) of bloody violence and disturbing creatures. And the fight between Leon, his new friends, and a couple tyrants definitely was taut and tense to say the least, with the climax of the fight a jaw-dropper.
At first, the closing scene was confusing, but it's a good thing I paid attention to what all was being said, or I'd be lost on how what happened happened.
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