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Picking up right where Resident Evil: Retribution left off, the movie follows Alice as she is forced to return to the underground facility where her horrific adventure began and recover the one thing that can protect the last human settlement on Earth.
The action scenes are choppy and move so quickly, it made me dizzy. Some scenes are so dark, you can't see what's happening, and the movie took itself too seriously - basically, sucking the life of the series.
In the context of America's scary 2017, a story in which the self-proclaimed 'righteous' devise 'a Noah's ark for the rich and powerful' in order to ride out an 'orchestrated apocalypse' no longer seems entirely far-fetched.
The B-movie thrills on offer here are solid. The action, the fights, the jump scares...they're all entertaining, and there's a long-serving genre heroine who's finally allowed some evolution and a bit of closure.
If fans are able to get by the narrative questions created by The Final Chapter, then it is a gratifying spectacle that, as the previous films have proven, may ironically turn out not to be the final chapter.