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August 14, 2022

Afterlife Scene Fans Thought Was Way Too Cringey

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Fans on the subreddit r/cringe rallied to berate a scene from Resident Evil: Afterlife, which sees film franchise protagonist Alice (Milla Jovovich) dating fan-favorite brother and sister duo of the game series, Chris and Claire Redfield (Wentworth Miller Ali Larter) to defeat T-Virus-enhanced villain Albert Wesker (Shawn Roberts). Shot like a scene from “The Matrix” (complete with a villain in sunglasses), embarrassing elements include CGI and special effects that didn’t look good then and definitely haven’t aged any better, as well as awkward fight choreography.

Redditor u/Specialist_Bit_703 commented, “This was a very poorly done attempt, the [“Resident Evil 5″] Chris/Sheva/Wesker fight with Alice being thrown in…” referring to a fight against Wesker in the 2009 video game. Meanwhile, u/Chris-P compared the scene to a silly MTV parody of “The Matrix” while u / -Venser- noted the inconsistency of Wesker’s powers, writing “Funny how his super speed only works when he’s dodging bullets, but can’t dodge a slow attack and gets stabbed easily.”

It’s fun to poke fun at an expensive film that looks bad, but it’s also important to note that there was also a lot of hard work that went into making it from talented people. “Resident Evil: Afterlife” was the first film in the series to be shown in 3D, and scenes like Wesker throwing his sunglasses straight at the camera should probably grab audiences. Still, the words of NME film critic James McMahon about the film sum up most people’s feelings: “Honestly, this is unacceptable.”



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