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Corporate Malfeasance (2004)



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A combination of Microsoft and the US military

This is part of the Resident Evil Collection, which has the first four films in the series, with extras for all, though not quite in equal amounts. It's off the second in the series. 3 minutes long. It's made up of movie clips, interviews and behind the scenes footage.

They go into corporate control and morality. This is in part via the fictional Umbrella, known in the franchise as especially ruthless, and behind the zombiefying T-virus. The cast and crew do extrapolate that somewhat to the real world, as well. Not in great detail – hard to do so within 150 seconds, after all. And herein, the one company also deals weapons, medicine, really, almost everything, especially within the also made up Raccoon City, is in their power.

They briefly touch upon the wish fulfillment of going up against something like that, and, though not taking them down, doing damage, and coming out as, well, closer to being the winner, of the two. One could argue that there isn't enough material here for its own featurette. I'm not sure where else it would fit, and it is something worth exploring, even if not for long. It's a major theme in these six.

I recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the picture. 7/10

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