wicked fight scene

svtfoe is so much more the ships, ships are alright but so many people are forgetting svtfoe is also a show about:
-family


- a deeper story about prejudice against monsters


-mystery and magic

-cute and fun characters and getting to see all their dynamics/how they interact with each other

-some very morals/lesson for kids to learn

-and a lot of creative overlooked concepts

-a generally an awesomely animated show with wicked/action fight scenes !!!

It’s just a wacky fun action-packed magical girl show that should be enjoyed as a whole!!! not just hyperfocused the romance aspect. We don’t often get a show like this, a show that does such a good job at teaching us how to have fun!

Spoilers below.

Finally watched Resident Evil: Vendetta and quite honestly, I prefer Damnation over this one.

It’s the same old formula, bad guy wants to destroy the world, unleashes a virus and our heroes race against time to save the people. Which they actually do by the way (and it is weird, as in super weird, I mean there were people who actually ate other people when they were zombified, how do they return to normal? Especially that man who ate his girlfriend/wife/other related female member, if applicable. I can imagine the very awkward conversation when other people ask him where she is.)  

Quite honestly? I think this movie is more of a fanservice movie than an actual sequel. You know, a sequel that actually advances the storyline? Just as what Leon said in the movie, “How long could we keep up with this?” just how long will Capcom use the same old formula without progressing the actual story… I mean what about Claire? Jill? Barry? Or even Sherry and Jake?  Introducing us to various characters and then forgetting them for the next couple of years. (Or maybe I’m just sour Ada’s not there… Hahaha)

Now onto the movie itself, I liked how Chris actually shined in this movie. Nothing like what happened during RE 6 when he was wasting away, and what’s with the reverse roles now? Leon’s the one with the PTSD now and drinking his sorrows away in a nearly abandoned part of town (they truly need another plotline without someone drinking in an obscure place.) Chris became the beacon for both Rebecca and Leon, saving Rebecca first from the lab and then from turning full zombie, and saving Leon from a fully blown depression by urging him to come back and fight the bad guys with him again. (Piers –inspired?) Overall, Chris is levelheaded this time, not at all like in RE 6 wherein he could rival Leon on shouting Ada’s name. He calmly deduces the next part in Arias plans and comes up with a strategy with the help of his team and Leon. Only downside is he is a bit focused again on revenge (first it was Wesker, then at Ada/Carla and now Arias, Chris you seriously need another motivation beside vengeance), but nothing to worry about.

Leon, oh Leon, what happened to you! He suddenly became an alcoholic and an a**hole (although there had been hints in Damnation of him becoming an alcoholic especially during the last part of the movie. Also, wasn’t that the reason why he was saved during the Racoon city outbreak was because he was hung over due to a night of drinking?). Which make me think of who were those team members of his that died and could make him drink so much? Uh-oh, those body bags better not include Hunnigan! Or Sherry! (Ada’s not up for discussion, nope no friggin’ way. Kill her and I’m dropping the franchise right there and then. ಠ_ಠ) A bit disappointed on his angst but the movie actually did a great job on explaining why. I actually liked the monologue of his that when he was a kid, he never thought that when he grew up, his life would be like this, fighting zombies left and right every time there’s an outbreak. Makes me think that his dream probably was to become someone like his father, be a great cop, have kids and settle on a peaceful town. Way different from what he became and really heartbreaking if you ask me. Probably why he has this look of “This s**t again?!” all throughout the movie.

As for Rebecca, I’m a bit disappointed that she has no fight scenes. She did train somewhat during her S.T.A.R.S time, why can’t she have at least have a scene of her drop kicking some zombies? Sure, she became a scientist, but surely some part of her remembers her training? She also became the generic damsel in distress, which is absolutely annoying. Why, oh why that after 5 games of non-appearance, you make her the damsel in distress??? Can’t we have other people fill in the role? *Sigh*

The only redeeming fact for me is the fight scenes. Yeah, those awesome Kingsman/John Wick/Taken fight scenes which won me over. I seriously love how they differentiated the combat styles of Chris and Leon. Chris’ fight scenes are more focused on power while Leon’s are focused on agility (revving up for the next standoff with Ada huh?) I loved the gun fu fight scenes and the slow motion scenes before the big blow up. Haha.

Overall, this movie’s a 3/5 for me. While the fight scenes were absolutely enjoyable, I’m annoyed at the lackluster storyline, oh and for the idiocy of certain scenes. I mean 6 games and 3 movies and you still don’t understand never to open closed doors with moving/snarling beings inside of it (*looks at Damien), you call for backup and don’t open the door when you see blood on the floor (*looks at Rebecca), you advise your team when that when they see zombies, they shoot it at the head (*looks at Chris) and there’s an obvious red pulsing heart on your enemy so shoot at that part (*looks at Leon). *Sighs* Some things never change I guess.

Would I recommend it? Of course! Any RE fan would like the movie. Just be prepared though, to be a bit disappointed at the storyline, but all in all, as an action movie, it’s quite enjoyable. ;)

Bye for now again! :)

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Ausiello: Talia and Nyssa’s family reunion in tonight’s finale is “pretty al Ghul-ish from the second you see them on screen together,” actress Lexa Doig tells TVLine. And when the dust from the battle settles between the sisters, “There’s a clear winner, for sure. They choreographed a really wicked fight scene. And our stunts double just killed it in terms of selling it. I will say it’s pretty epic, but the whole episode is epic. It’s like one ‘holy s—t!’ moment after another.”

all i care about right now is that scene in the movie john wick where keanu reeves kills 940 billion guys in a nightclub.

special sexual shoutout to the part where he jacks a henchman up against a wall, stabs him in the gut, then slaps a hand over his mouth and shoves the knife up through his chin, making very intense Erotic Monster eye contact until the guy is dead.

the song is really good too (think by kaleida) and i could write you a paper on how romantic my feelings for the fight choreography are.

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