Ultraviolet

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7.7/10. One of Milla Jovovich/Anderson's more underrated movies. It's second most underrated to Faces In The Crowd. I would call this interesting as it has a pretty decent plot with Milla playing the role of a resistance fighter, Violet Song. It works in the dystopian future better than the Aeon Flux movie since this one's original whereas the other disregarded its source material. Milla really stands tall here, she knows it can be compared to Resident Evil which I can understand. Still it's relatively good and worth viewing.

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Continuity mistake: Near the end of the film, Violet infiltrates the complex and makes her way into a white room with tons of men in white suits. She starts fighting them and when a couple of guys come at her, she moves quickly and one guy stabs the other in the chest. When she goes to elbow one of the guys in the face, watch his helmet, it comes flying off, revealing his head and hair. When the camera quickly changes to another angle, his helmet is on perfectly straight. (01:17:45)

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Guard: You won't make it out of here with that case.
Violet: Watch me.

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Trivia: The film is directed by Kurt Wimmer who also directed Equilibrium. Both films not only use similar battle techniques (gun kata), but William Fichtner also plays a similar role in both movies: Both roles - Garth and Jürgen - are with the underground movement against the totalitarian regime of the movie.

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Question: Why does Violet's hair change color? Is it a mood indicator or something?

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Chosen answer: Her clothes also changes color, and so does the color of the clothes of the real XPD154. It's never fully explained, but it's probably a technological advancement from the future to change colors at will, whether it's bottled hair color or clothes.

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