The bar for movies adapted from video games is pretty low. While there’s often a great well of source material to draw from in any given franchise, it is often either adapted too literally or too much is lost in translation, or in some cases, the filmmakers take a giant swing.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is not one of these third films, but it does do one thing that many video-game movies don’t: it knows exactly what it is, and while I wouldn’t go so far as to say that it’s a good movie, that still ain’t nothin’.
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I’m going to tell you this in more detail but just in case you’re seeing this on your way to the theatre I’m going to say it now: **Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales** is a bad movie and you should not see it.
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The Maze Runner is a good movie which has an annoying ending. There’s a lot I could, and probably will, say about it but and the end of the day that’s all you need to know.
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There is a new trailer for the new young adult movie aimed at boys plus a boat load of character posters.
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Here comes another young adult franchise looking of a piece of that Harry Potter/Katniss Everdeen money. Let’s take a look.
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