Angela Ashford Sophie Vavasseur , daughter of Dr. Ashford Jared Harris , is missing; Dr. Ashford offers Alice and team escape from the city if they will find Angela and bring her safely to him. The action in this movie switches back and forth between Alice and the S. Alice is being hunted by a moaning monster named Nemesis. The S.
Common Sense says
Alice managed to seal The Hive and its nasty undead inhabitants only to be taken prisoner by Umbrella along with Matt in order to become medical experiments. To be scrupulously fair, this excursion into the nefarious doings of the Umbrella Corporation has tried something new. Those in charge looked at the earlier film and decided, among other things, that there was just too darn much plot in the first flick. At one point Alice, for reasons that bear no relation, even tangential, to logic, flies through the stained glass window of a church on a motorcycle just in time to take out some of those slithery things and meet Jill and her pals for the first time, including a lady reporter in pearls, pumps, and sensible shoes. I mention the wardrobe because all the other women in this film over the age of consent wear so much less. Jill sports a short, flirty skirt, and tight tube top, though she does change from her strappy patent stiletto heels and into combat boots before going forth to do battle with the undead. Alice chooses a tank top, fishnet pullover, and jeans, albeit with one leg cut away the better to strap a holster to her thigh. Now if only the next installment proves to be not only less loud, but also less lousy.