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Well-Worth My Fifteen Bucks!
By Robin-Michaelon May 3, 2017
Always been a fan of RE and Milla J. This was an exceptional Final Chapter. For fans, it will surely be emotional, especially the ending. But I will not offer spoilers here. PROS: Only suffice to say that I BOUGHT the movie, sight unseen, and I am GLAD that I did.
The action was virtually non-stop, plenty of jump scares, a few plot twists, and an ending that was fitting, and yet emotion-provoking. I hope you will all give it a watch. If you love gritty, gore-filled horror, lots of action, and zombies....I cannot see how you could be unhappy with this movie. CONS: Lots of CGI, but that is standard fair for today's great horror/sci-fi movies, am I right? But I must hasten to add that the CGI was, mostly, very well-made and blended into the "reality" of the environment quite well.
The one possible exception was the flying Mothra-zombie thingees. LOL! Mothra! The soundtrack reminded me of the sound of the electronic wizard named LesSolitaire! Oh well, pop the corn, bust out the beverages, order a Domino's Pizza, and enjoy!