Netflix’s ‘Resident Evil’ live-action series will officially air on July 14, and today, ratings from various media outlets have been released.
IGN gave Netflix’s ‘Resident Evil’ live-action series a 7 out of 10. Station M has only 57 points as of press time, and the freshness of Rotten Tomatoes is only 55%. Let’s take a look.
IGN rating: 7 Good
Although ‘Resident Evil’ split out of the two timelines of varying quality, but it is based on the original game to create a new story and articulation are impressive, if you are a fan of Albert Wesker, I believe will watch the show enjoyable.
The ‘Resident Evil’ story is divided into two timelines (2022 vs. 2036), and while one is more engaging and interesting than the other, the show Season 1 brings a compelling new and original story that leaves plenty of narrative space for Season 2 and a promising future.
Although ‘Resident Evil’ is uneven in quality, the cast’s performances, special effects and overall narrative make it exciting to continue watching, and the episodes leave plenty of valuable story threads to explore, making it worth renewing for Season 2.
Albert Wesker in this show is played by well-known actor Lance Reddick, the review said that the episode Reddick’s performance is very good, but after all, there are differences with the traditional image, so it will be a little strange at first.
However, after watching the show in depth, the audience will understand more about the story of this man and his surrounding characters, and the abruptness will gradually disappear, and his location is the 2022 timeline is also the highlight of the show.
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