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‘Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City’ Has A 27% Rotten Tomatoes Score

'Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City' Has A 27% Rotten Tomatoes Score
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‘Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City’ Has A 27% Rotten Tomatoes Score

Resident Evil Welcome to Raccoon City has received a 27% rating on Rotten tomatoes.

Ah, those wily critics! They don’t know what they are talking about. What do they know, with all their years of experience in the show business? It’s quite a lot. It all depends on the reason you visit the cinema and your expectations of the movie. Welcome To Raccoon City is certain. It will tell you that the new version of horror classics will be more entertaining than any Paul W. S. Anderson versions. Combined.

” Resident Evil – Welcome to Raccoon city is sometimes silly, but that’s Resi,” stated James Daly in his review of this new movie. The series is scary and schlocky, but it also contains moments of genuine emotion. The film is a masterwork of the assignment, and it delivers that experience with a few creative twists.

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This approach may not suit everyone, but that’s okay. Resident Evil Village took a chance as each quarter plays on a different period of the series’ history or an entirely different influence. Did I expect to swap with Chris and begin shooting down Lycans in the Hound Wolf Squad? Nope. It was quite surprising, and I had to give points for games that surprised me. This isn’t easy in an age where stories can be spoiled within hours of their initial release.

It’s also heartwarming to know that many of the cast and crew are huge fans of the games and couldn’t believe they were making this movie. Avan Jogia (Leon) said save points and typewriters throughout the movie in an interview with We’ve Got This Covered. “And I was literally like, “Oh, I need to pick up this green herb later.” Then I realized that I didn’t have to do this. This isn’t a video game. “This is me doing my job right here.”

Jogia continued, “So yeah. That was very surreal. And for someone who loves the games, loves the franchise, and that kind of attention to detail, it felt it really, the props section specifically, were pulling out all the stops.”

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‘Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City’ Has A 27% Rotten Tomatoes Score
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