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Resident Evil (2002) Alice spends several hours negociating the hive before being apprehended near the exit. She wakes up a day later in Racoon City Hospital Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) Picks up right where the first movie ended, with Alice exiting the hospital Fights for the entire day and night In the morning the helicopter goes down and Alice ...


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K-Mart explains that she changed her name after Claire and the others had found her in a Kmart store. She states she did not like her name and decided to change it because all those she knew from before the outbreak were dead. In the novelisation of the film, Carlos reveals that her original name was Dahlia In the novel, her name is revealed by Carlos ...


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Originally a script was written based on the characters and story of the first game: Romero's screenplay revolved around the plot of the Arklay incident and included characters from the Resident Evil video games. Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine were the lead characters, involved in a romantic relationship. Barry Burton, Rebecca Chambers, Ada Wong and ...


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No you didn't missed anything. Jill Valentine disappeared after the end of Resident Evil: Apocalypse and came in the pre-credit scenes of Resident Evil: Afterlife with the red spider strapped to her. It doesn't got explained yet that how she got control over her through that spider thing. Even in the Resident Evil: Retribution there is no explanation for ...


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I've noticed that as well, on my first watching of the movie, but given that it was not that deep a movie, I've decided that it's a plot-inconsistency and nothing more. The virus transfers by bite, scratch,... i.e., by blood. We've seen it being airborne in the start of the pandemic, in the Hive, but only then, because it was in concentrated form. We've ...


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It probably has nothing to do with the movies, but she had the bug on her chest in the games too, and there's a definite answer for that in the Resident Evil games (mostly Resident Evil 5). Jill and Chris were on a mission together to apprehend Wesker, and while fighting Wesker at the top floor of a mansin in Europe, Wesker was about to kill Chris, but Jill ...


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In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, He didn't killed any Zombies because it was never ordered to be. Nemesis was in fully control of Umbrella and was sent to kill surviving members of S.T.A.R.S. . But after fighting Alice he get back flashes of his memory and helped the survivor but he was killed by helicopter and then the whole city was cough under nuclear attack ...


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This scene is a re-imagining of a similar scene from the game RE: Code Veronica (2000). And no, it doesn't make much sense. This inconsistency is even unintentionally covered over at SE Sci-Fi. There are various fan theories, e.g. infected soil (which is already covered by Vedran Šego) and a theory suggesting that these people were infected by the virus ...


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Spence Parks intentionally infects the Hive to cover-up the theft. Umbrella is a way big organisation and his intention was to sell the virus to the black market, so by making the virus outbreak he tried to cover up what he had done. He obviously didn't expect the full potential of the Red Queen.


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You mean the Las Plagas Undead, which where first seen in Resident Evil: Retribution. These Zombies are (maybe?) not t-Virus reanimated corpses, but controlled by the Las Plagas parasite. They are similar to the Majini that were introduced in the Resident Evil 5 game. In the movie that are essentially dressed as Russian/Kremlin soldiers (check the fuzzy ...


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As the Red Queen states: ?: Why did you kill every body down here? Red Queen: The T-virus escaped into the air conditioning system. And an uncontrolled pattern of infection began. The virus is protean, changing from liquid to airborne to blood transmission... depending on its environment. It's almost impossible to kill. I couldn't allow it to escape ...



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