Review: Baiohazâdo: Dijenerêshon (Resident Evil: Degeneration, 2008)

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Awful, just awful!

Screenplay By: Shotaro Suga
Directed By: Makoto Kamiya

There’s no need for any long winded hyperbolic review when it comes to Baiohazâdo: Dijenerêshon, I will keep it short and sweet. Avoid this movie at all costs, even if you are a fan of the games. It is mindless drivel, with an insane plot that doesn’t make a lick of sense, action that isn’t all that good, and the fake looking CG animation that the Japanese so seem to love for their video game to screen adaptions. And I don’t know if it was only my copy, or if it’s something that will be fixed for later releases, but the noise sync was horrendously bad. The voices and sounds would happen at least two seconds after a gun went off or a character spoke, it made for a terrible viewing experience.

I realize that a lot of Resident Evil fans will try and paint this as a good addition to the universe, but it isn’t. It’s schlock through and through, and if you know what is good for you, you will avoid Baiohazâdo: Dijenerêshon in any fashion possible.

Rating:

*

Cheers,
Bill Thompson

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4 responses to “Review: Baiohazâdo: Dijenerêshon (Resident Evil: Degeneration, 2008)

  1. gotta agree (its painfully awful)

    and ive been reading reviews saying its the best adaptation… gah! some fans cant help but lie to themselves

    -shemp-

  2. Pretty much, most reviews I’ve read begin with “I’m a fan of anything RE and this was great.” Well, I’m a huge RE fan and I couldn’t stand this. Hmmm…

  3. this was rubbish but yeah most reviews were biased

  4. Indeed, a problem with a lot of game related movies.

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