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26th Dec '15 4:28:01 AM eroock
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'''''Resident Evil: Afterlife''''', the fourth film in the live-action ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' film series, takes place four years [[AfterTheEnd after the global T-Virus outbreak]] as described in ''[[Film/ResidentEvilExtinction Extinction]]''. In a desperate attempt to destroy Umbrella once and for all, Alice carries out a large-scale assault on the corporation's Tokyo headquaters. Alice's assault leaves her without the T-Virus in her system, but also finishes off the larger remnants of the Umbrella Corporation and leaves chairman Albert Wesker for dead.
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'''''Resident ''Resident Evil: Afterlife''''', Afterlife'', the fourth film in the live-action ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' film series, takes place four years [[AfterTheEnd after the global T-Virus outbreak]] as described in ''[[Film/ResidentEvilExtinction Extinction]]''. In a desperate attempt to destroy Umbrella once and for all, Alice carries out a large-scale assault on the corporation's Tokyo headquaters. Alice's assault leaves her without the T-Virus in her system, but also finishes off the larger remnants of the Umbrella Corporation and leaves chairman Albert Wesker for dead.
29th Nov '15 11:52:42 AM lorgskyegon
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* SwordDrag: Well... axe drag. The giant Axeman zombie is seen dragging his weapon through the streets. This is less likely to be a scare tactic and more of the fact that it likely weighs somewhere in the realm of 300 pounds. [[{{Understatement}} It's a big axe]].
15th Feb '15 5:54:59 AM Damar
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* BadassBystander: The final mook in the opening fight picking up a second assault rifle and goes GunsAkimbo on the Alice clone. Sure he lasts only a few seconds longer than his colleagues but he died like a badass.

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** The above-mentioned mook wielding two assault rifles against a Alice clone.
8th Apr '14 11:38:45 AM Silverblade2
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* ActorAllusion: Alice meets a man locked in a special jail cell; he claims he isn't really a criminal and says he knows a way out of the prison. The man is Chris Redfield, and the actor playing him is Wentworth Miller -- who played Michael Scofield on ''PrisonBreak''.

* WordOfGod: The explanation for the Executioner and the Majini's presence? Wesker sent them.
5th Dec '13 5:59:20 PM StevieWillShowYou
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''Resident Evil: Afterlife'', the fourth film adaptation of the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' franchise, takes place four years [[AfterTheEnd after the global T-Virus outbreak]] as described in ''[[Film/ResidentEvilExtinction Extinction]]''. Alice has finished off the larger remnants of the Umbrella Corporation and left its chairman, Albert Wesker, for dead. Six months after her assault on Umbrella, she heads to Alaska to look for Arcadia, a supposed safe haven where several other survivors had headed. Alice finds an amnesiac Claire Redfield while in Alaska, but no Arcadia, so she takes Claire with her on a flight along the coast to look for another safe haven. When Alice and Claire reach Los Angeles, they find more survivors -- and an unexpected surprise.
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''Resident '''''Resident Evil: Afterlife'', Afterlife''''', the fourth film adaptation of in the live-action ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' franchise, film series, takes place four years [[AfterTheEnd after the global T-Virus outbreak]] as described in ''[[Film/ResidentEvilExtinction Extinction]]''. In a desperate attempt to destroy Umbrella once and for all, Alice has finished carries out a large-scale assault on the corporation's Tokyo headquaters. Alice's assault leaves her without the T-Virus in her system, but also finishes off the larger remnants of the Umbrella Corporation and left its chairman, leaves chairman Albert Wesker, Wesker for dead. dead. Six months after her assault on Umbrella, she Tokyo assault, Alice heads to Alaska to look for Arcadia, a the supposed safe haven from the T-Virus where several other survivors had headed. Alice finds an amnesiac Claire Redfield while in Alaska, but no neither of them find any sign of Arcadia, so she takes Claire with her on a flight the two fly along the coast to look for another safe haven. When Alice and Claire they reach Los Angeles, they Alice and Claire find more survivors -- and an a few unexpected surprise. surprises -- including the origin of the Arcadia message...

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1st Dec '13 12:03:51 AM Matchstick
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'''''Resident Evil: Afterlife''''', the fourth film adaptation of the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' franchise, takes place four years [[AfterTheEnd after the global T-Virus outbreak]] as described in ''[[Film/ResidentEvilExtinction Extinction]]''. Alice has finished off the larger remnants of the Umbrella Corporation and left its chairman, Albert Wesker, for dead. Six months after her assault on Umbrella, she heads to Alaska to look for Arcadia, a supposed safe haven where several other survivors had headed. Alice finds an amnesiac Claire Redfield while in Alaska, but no Arcadia, so she takes Claire with her on a flight along the coast to look for another safe haven. When Alice and Claire reach Los Angeles, they find more survivors -- and an unexpected surprise.
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'''''Resident ''Resident Evil: Afterlife''''', Afterlife'', the fourth film adaptation of the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' franchise, takes place four years [[AfterTheEnd after the global T-Virus outbreak]] as described in ''[[Film/ResidentEvilExtinction Extinction]]''. Alice has finished off the larger remnants of the Umbrella Corporation and left its chairman, Albert Wesker, for dead. Six months after her assault on Umbrella, she heads to Alaska to look for Arcadia, a supposed safe haven where several other survivors had headed. Alice finds an amnesiac Claire Redfield while in Alaska, but no Arcadia, so she takes Claire with her on a flight along the coast to look for another safe haven. When Alice and Claire reach Los Angeles, they find more survivors -- and an unexpected surprise.

!! ''Resident Evil: Afterlife'' contains examples of the following tropes:
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15th Oct '13 1:52:37 PM StFan
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** The plasma bomb destroying the Tokyo base looks like the opening of ''{{Akira}}''.
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** The plasma bomb destroying the Tokyo base looks like the opening of ''{{Akira}}''.''Manga/{{Akira}}''.
4th Oct '13 7:01:31 PM Arivne
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* [[spoiler:BolivianArmyEnding: Alice, Claire, and Chris defeat Wesker and free the prisoners in the ''Arcadia'' -- then watch a squadron of Umbrella troops led by a mind-controlled Jill Valentine descend upon them.]]
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* [[spoiler:BolivianArmyEnding: BolivianArmyEnding: Alice, Claire, and Chris defeat [[spoiler:defeat Wesker and free the prisoners in the ''Arcadia'' -- then watch a squadron of Umbrella troops led by a mind-controlled Jill Valentine descend upon them.]]
4th Oct '13 6:57:58 PM Arivne
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* TheStarscream: Considering what Wesker does with Umbrella in the game series, it's notably averted with Wesker in the film series, as he notably doesn't even attempt to backstab Umbrella for more power. Then again, considering how Wesker was made the chairman and the implied founder of Umbrella in the film adaptations rather than a high-ranking member of Umbrella's researcher division who went rogue, this is probably justified as he doesn't even need to usurp Umbrella for his own agenda, as Umbrella ''is'' his agenda.

* TheStarscream: Considering what Wesker does with Umbrella in the game series, it's notably averted with Wesker in the film series, as he notably doesn't even attempt to backstab Umbrella for more power. Then again, considering how Wesker was made the chairman and the implied founder of Umbrella in the film adaptations rather than a high-ranking member of Umbrella's researcher division who went rogue, this is probably justified as he doesn't even need to usurp Umbrella for his own agenda, as Umbrella ''is'' his agenda.

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* TheStarscream: Considering what Wesker does with Umbrella TrashcanBonfire: In the building where the survivors are holed up, one of these can be seen in the game series, it's notably averted with Wesker in the film series, as he notably doesn't even attempt to backstab Umbrella for more power. Then again, considering how Wesker was made the chairman and the implied founder of Umbrella in the film adaptations rather than a high-ranking member of Umbrella's researcher division who went rogue, this is probably justified as he doesn't even need to usurp Umbrella for his own agenda, as Umbrella ''is'' his agenda.cafeteria when they're eating.
5th Sep '13 11:57:06 PM Odon
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** Alice's reaction to finding Wesker alive and sitting in a CoolChair is, "Why am I not surprised?"
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