There has always been an otherworldly allure about Milla Jovovich.
After 20 years of being photographed all over the world, the 31-year-old supermodel turned Hollywood actress knows how to pull off any 'look'.
Which is just as well, as in her third outing as the all-action, computer game-inspired Alice in 'Resident Evil: Extinction', Jovovich had her ability to appear flawlessly beautiful under any circumstances tested to the absolute limit.
The movie opens with the star awakening naked in a strange, sparse room. Tentative and bewildered, she attempts to find her bearings.
As Alice edges warily towards what she hopes is the exit, she is sliced and chopped suddenly and viciously by a series of booby traps. Her bloodied body is then dumped among a mass of corpses in the vast desert outside.
As the camera pans away from her body, we see one bare corpse after another, all apparently dispatched in the same brutal fashion. Their wounds differ slightly, but not their features - they are all Alice.
Yes, 'Resident Evil: Extinction' sees Alice cloned, meaning multiple Jovoviches and millions of delighted gaming fanatics and drooling males everywhere. And no matter which way she appears, there can be no doubting one thing - she looks damn good. ( FF )