The cinema year 2021 is slowly coming to an end, but some highlights are still planned for the big screen, which millions of film fans are looking forward to. Whether it’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home” or “Matrix Resurrection”, a lot of big and small hits could give the somewhat sobering year 2021 a positive finale – at least from a film perspective. Then there are total failures like the widely announced reboot of the video game phenomenon Resident Evil, which is called “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City”. In fact, we have to say that this is the worst movie we have seen in a long time.
The total of six resi films by director Paul WS Anderson (“Monster Hunter”, “Death Race”, “Mortal Kombat”) are considered to be quite a trash, but the new film by Johannes Roberts (“47 Meters Down”) never reaches you previous low. In the podcast, the miserable flick is heavily caught in the crossfire. Maci, Chris Fußy and editor and play podcaster Chris Dörre are looking for errors intensively.
In addition, you can look forward to many weird statements by old master Ridley Scott, including against the mobile phone addiction of millennials and the ungrateful Gucci family, and lots of other topics from the past (“Jurassic Park”) and present (“Hawkeye”, ” The Last Duel “). Have fun!
You can read our review of the film here!
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All topics in episode # 22 – Timecodes:
00:00:00 – Welcome and introduction
00:07:23 – Ridley Scott vs. Millennials and the Gucci Clan
00:21:28 – Horror comedy Renfield: Nicolas Cage becomes Count Dracula
12:26:45 – Last seen (Hawkeye, The Last Duel & Co.)
00:38:44 – The Resident Evil series from trash director Paul WS Anderson
00:53:08 – The fascination of Resident Evil & what an adaptation needs
01:01:57 – Totalausfall Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City
01:44:50 – Community posts
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