Starring: Milla Jovovich, Alli Larter, Iain Glen, zombiesPlot: Alice must stop the Umbrella corps, one last time....?Review: As with the last review I did, I don't want to ruin anything with his, so I'll also keep it short, but for other reasons as well. We join Alice after the fall of Washington D.C., which is where the series was leaving off in movie six. Unlike the last movie I reviewed, this movie is chalk full of jump scares, two within about 90 seconds of each other, which got old pretty quick. Oh wait! We don't start there, I'm so sorry. We start the film with the Alice character explaining the first 6 movies and how we got to where we are now, but explaining a lot of things we didn't know about, nor did we care about type thing. A lot about the creator and his daughter, how she turned into the red queen and stuff like that. THEN we get to Alice in Washington.I saw the movie less than 48 hours ago and I couldn't really tell you anything that happens in it this movie because it was really boring compared to the other six. I genuinely enjoy all the other movies and when I saw that this one was voted as the best one of the series I was stoked. But it was more the same and physically a very dark movie. I couldn't see a lot of things that were going on and, though likely not, may have missed important things in the movie visually.The monsters are par for the course, oh wait, no they aren't, because they're really kind of dumb. I didn't really play the video games at all, but there was a weird single legged, flying monster that was trying to kill Alice, but they didn't give an explanation as to what it was in any way. There were also zombie dogs like the first one and a big zombie that was faster and stronger than the others. Which leads into my first problem with this movie:They said it was ten years since the first outbreak in Raccoon City, and it took like..17 days to spread across the Earth. The bodies would be a lot more decomposed and ruined, wouldn't they? After 10 years of not being able to eat or sustain life, the bodies would certainly start to fall apart. Problem two:It's only been ten years and the world is in complete disarray. I know it's a horror movie, but just because there are zombies doesn't mean that there wouldn't be grass or that the sun basically doesn't exist. I know the sun is there, but the whole movie is filmed at night or something because it was super dark. Problem three:I don't care about the Alice character anymore. When it started she was young, hot and didn't fuck around. Now she's older, still hot and doesn't seem to get things that any normal human being would. The series is hitting her on the head throughout it's entirety and she's like "But why?!" and that gets old to me. I like Jovovich, she does a good job, but the character growth for 7 movies has been next to nothing. Problem four:I need more Ali Larter. In all aspects I think she's phenomenal. She's in it a lot, but never enough. That's a problem for me.Overall the movie wasn't bad, but a far cry from the comedy and fun of the previous ones. I won't go into more detail as there are fans of the series, but it's an alright movie.