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Director:
Writer:
Shotaro Suga (screenplay)
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Release Date:
27 October 2012 (Japan) See more »
Plot:
United States Special Agent Leon S. Kennedy sneaks into a small Eastern European country to verify rumors... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Generic Action to capitalize ... See more (31 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Matthew Mercer ... Leon S. Kennedy (voice)
Dave Wittenberg ... Buddy / Alexander 'Sasha' Kozachenko (voice)
Wendee Lee ... Svetlana Belikova (voice)

Val Tasso ... JD (voice)

Robin Sachs ... Ataman / Ivan Judanovich (voice)

Courtenay Taylor ... Ada Wong (voice)

Salli Saffioti ... Ingrid Hunnigan (voice)
David Vincent ... Secretary (voice) (as David Earnest)
Patrick Seitz ... Scarecrow (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Tyrant (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Patrick Harlan ... Ark Thompson (voice) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Makoto Kamiya 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Shotaro Suga  screenplay

Produced by
Hiroyuki Kobayashi .... producer
Haruhiro Tsujimoto .... executive producer
Hidenori Ueki .... co-producer
 
Sound Department
Koji Kasamatsu .... sound designer
Takeshi Takadera .... sound director
Ricardo Watson .... adr editor
Ricardo Watson .... adr recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Atsushi Doi .... CG director
Bo Mosley .... modeling texturing and look development: Montreal
Sebastien Nadeau .... cg supervisor
Nobuhiro Suzuki .... cg producer
Yusaku Toyoshima .... cg producer
Alex Von David .... facial performance capture
Alex Von David .... motion capture director
 
Animation Department
Daniel Antonin .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Robin Benes .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Jaroslav Cermak .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Barbora Darmova .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Marek Denko .... environment lead artist: Prague
Martin Franek .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Tomas Kanda .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Daniel Kovac .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Thomas Kral .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Vaclav Krivanek .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Lukas Medek .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Peter Paninar .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Stepán Prokop .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
Peter Sanitra .... environment lead artist: Prague
Igor Solmosi .... environment artist: model & texture, Prague
 
Other crew
Jolene Andersen .... motion capture actor: Ada Wong
Kevin Dorman .... motion capture actor: Leon S. Kennedy
Melinda Lee .... motion capture actor: Svetlana Belikova
Hiro Masuda .... production coordinator: Prague unit
Val Tasso .... motion capture actor: JD
Kirk Thornton .... motion capture actor: Ataman
David Vincent .... motion capture actor: Buddy (as David Earnest)
Alex Von David .... voice director
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Biohazard: Damnation" - Japan (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for bloody violent content
Runtime:
100 min
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Trivia:
This is the first Resident Evil release not to mention or reference the Umbrella Corporation.See more »
Quotes:
Buddy:I've lost everything. My mentor, my friends. I have nothing left to fight for. Kill me. Please. I don't want to change into one of those monsters. Well, I guess there is no other choice.
Leon S. Kennedy:I'd feel the same way if I was you. But the option of taking our own lives no longer belongs to us. Once we start using these, we owe it to the people who died alongside us. We have to continue living. Even if it means living the rest of our lives without the use of your limbs. That is my answer and your answer, Buddy.
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Movie Connections:
References The Wizard of Oz (1939)See more »
Soundtrack:
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Generic Action to capitalize ..., 14 January 2014
Author: julesfmb from Alagoa nova, Brazil

No need to be an avid fan of the Resident Evil universe of games to know that there was always a reserve in relation to live-action adaptations . If not enough being run by one of the worst directors today ( And when I say this , I am aware of Uwe Boll and his adventures ) is still cursed by infidelity in relation to games . Not seen any of the films of Paul W. S. Anderson ( duh! ) , or at least not in a long time ago unsuitable conditions (which are enough to say you do not pay , but not to evaluate them seriously ) , but not quite what I'm going to talk about , but of a well- intentioned attempt to do something more " worthy " and faithful to the source material .

In 2008 was released an alternative to the Andersoniana ( That still remains ) catastrophe : An animation . But not just an animation trying to adapt the games , but extends them . That was the big balcony of the proposal , and, it seems, liked almost all fans . But ... does the fact of being faithful necessarily make it a good movie ? Absolutely not, I think . And so the film in question ( Resident Evil Degeneration ) , when this sequence Sufferers of faithful adaptations : Submitted to the source material .

Here, everything begins an attempt to stylize the characters with absurd action scenes (which is very inconvenient in most cases ) . Leon , who gained fame in the game Resident Evil 4 as " Action Hero " Survival of Horrors is a region of conflict in Europe , devastated by conflicts and nationalist attempts to establish an independent nation . Amid extremism is the use of biological weapons present in games ( not specified exactly which , as I recall , but seems to be used several ) in the desperate attempt of the rebels to win government . Some concepts such as mind control of some of the players familiar creatures , apparitions and other forgotten medium were placed evident to attract specific audience . In these references is the return of a character in the highly anticipated RE4 : Ada Wong . Here , evidently trying to be like in the cinematics of the game , with reasonable efficiency .

During the movie does not take to realize the relation of slavery with considerable original work , attempts to mimic parts of some games and clichés ( especially the dialog ) to make the brain become pope. Fortunately , there is a nice attempt to innovate, what does this point to the top degeneration , but that ends up below it thanks to an unbearable tendency to take it to the wild action . ( That also was the second half of another, but it was combined in a reasonable attempt to create an atmosphere of terror sometimes efficient) Not counting the dialogs that descended almost to the level of a " Doom - The Gates of Hell " . Even the initiative to try to improve the ill- humor of the first film and Leon makes it more "indifferent " ( Kind of a generic version of a Snake Plissken ) goes down with the equivalent to a Total Dolly jokes in Brazil .

The action scenes are particularly destructive of atmosphere ( Terror in the case ) . Of war to the use of small armies of BOW ( game concept that can be summed up in ! : Monsters ) tanks , then the movie looks more like a cub of movies about the Iraq war with monsters ... and without Iraq. If you have any relations with certain exaggerations of the game (which always sounded acceptable to me ) , this is taken to the extreme ... far from common sense .

If some fans feel kinda " morally " coerced into liking a film for being "faithful " to his material, I recommend splitting things between what is good and bad , and not between what is "faithful " and " unfaithful " .

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