Grabbing promptly after the occasions in Resident Evil: Retribution, Alice (Milla Jovovich) is the main survivor of what was intended to be humankind's last remain against the undead. Presently, she should come back to where the bad dream started - The Hive in Raccoon City, where the Umbrella Corporation is social affair its powers for a last strike against the main residual survivors of the end times.
|violence||The portrayal of infliction of pain and injuries is depicted with some detail of blood and gore, but it is never prolonged or frequent. The film contains several scenes of violence that are scattered throughout as the female protagonist and her companions fend off attacks from the zombies and a paramilitary group. The stronger scenes of violence depict details of bloodletting and gore, including scenes of the aftermath where decapitated heads as well as severed hands and fingers are visible. For example, some zombies are killed by the protagonist where she slashes their throats, followed by decapitating their heads. In another example, a character slices off the top-half of a zombie's skull before firing gunshots into its body and stabbing a machete through its chin. There are also instances where human characters are fatally shot, usually in the head, which result in bloodshed. The overall impact of violence is mitigated by the lack of strong details, as the scenes occur during nighttime, and in poorly-lit environments. The film also does not dwell on the infliction of pain and injuries as it adopts quick camera movements that intercuts between the point of impact and the aftermath. As such, the film can be suited for an older teen audience.|
|frightening||'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter' is the sixth installment in the 'Resident Evil' film franchise. The story picks up from the events in Washington, where Alice is left to fend for herself against the remaining hordes of zombies. However, Alice is forced to return to Raccoon City when she learns of the Umbrella Corporation's plan to eradicate the rest of humanity. Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for sequences of violence throughout Official FSK Rating: 16 Official Canada Rating: 14A (frequent violence; frightening scenes) [British Columbia; Consumer Protection BC] Official ACB Rating: MA15+ (Strong horror themes and violence) Official Eirin Rating: PG12 Official FPB (SA) Rating: 16 V Official BBFC Rating: 15 (strong bloody violence) Expected CNC Rating: Tous publics|