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Resident Evil: Retribution

Factual error: Rain injects herself with the Las Plagas parasite, which seems to take the form of a little scorpion. Little or not, it's not small enough to be pushed through an injection needle.

Continuity mistake: When Alice knocks over the giant Licker in the Rolls-Royce, the driver side of the car remains completely undamaged. Unlikely, but for the rest of the chase there are four giant scratches across the rear of the car.

Continuity mistake: In the scene when Ada Wong walks into the Umbrella control room and kills all the agents, she stands in the middle of the room. She uses a gun to kill all the agents, who are sitting behind glass computers. In that scene, and in later shots, we can see that the glass is intact and has no bullet holes in it.

Revealing mistake: In the scene where Ada Wong kills thee officers in the Umbrella Central Control Room, you can see she shot them from the front. They are sitting behind glass panels. Later, we can see the blood splatter sitting on their side of the glass, indicating that they were shot from behind. The glass is also intact, despite a bullet supposedly passing through it.

Continuity mistake: Outside of the corridor of light sequence, nobody ever seems to run out of ammo, or bother to reload, most notably Ada and Alice.

Continuity mistake: When the Rolls Royce jumps through the yellow van, the Spirit of Ecstacy (the emblem of Rolls Royce) breaks off, but at the end of the chase, it's still in place.

Continuity mistake: When Jill Valentine jumps out of the Umbrella chopper, her outfit and guns differ from what she was wearing and carrying in the post-credits scene of Resident Evil: Afterlife.

Continuity mistake: One of the zombies fires an RPG into a yellow van. The van then moves forward and bumps into another car in front of it. When Alice jumps through the van, they have moved apart again.

Continuity mistake: At one point during the chase, a zombie pulls up and shoots the driver side window, during an inside shot. The shot then briefly cuts back outside, and look closely: the driver side window is still there.

Revealing mistake: Alice throws a new magazine for her gun up, and it stays in the air for a good ten seconds (adjusted for slow-mo). For something to stay up in the air, you would need to throw it a good hundred feet, and the hallway simply isn't that high.

Factual error: Semi-automatic guns don't just click empty, like they do in a lot of movies. The slide would lock back until you manually cock the gun. Yet in the corridor of light scene, this is exactly what happens: Alice's gun just clicks when it's empty.

Factual error: Typhoon-class submarines have a crew of 163 men. It is impossible for Jill Valentine to operate a submarine on her own, even with help from Rain.

Revealing mistake: When Alice shoots the zombie in the blue dress, we get a frontal shot of the gun. Pay close attention to her trigger finger: it doesn't move at all, while the gun does fire.

Continuity mistake: In the 3D map scene both of the teams are heading to the central suburbia section to rendezvous; however when it shows their movements on the map both teams are walking away from this area, back the way they just came from.

Continuity mistake: In the corridor fight scene, the camera shows Alice shoot a zombie in the head, and very shows a bullet entry and exit point. In the next show however, the wound has disappeared.

Factual error: Alice and Ada blow up a taxi by shooting the gas-tank. Shooting the gas tank of a car won't blow it up - as was tested by Mythbusters.

Deliberate mistake: Empty magazines aren't that heavy, but when Alice kicks it into the face of one of the zombies, it looks like he's being hit with a baseball bat.

Continuity mistake: The Rolls-Royce constantly goes from being bulletproof, to not being armored at all.

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Continuity mistake: When housewife Alice is trying to escape with her daughter in the laundry room, she slams a mop through the ceiling. When she slams the mophead through the ceiling the last time and pulls it out, the hole left behind is maybe one foot across. When she lifts her daughter up into the hole it is now a good two or three feet across and reaches from ceiling support beam to support beam.

Other mistake: When Alice pushes in the new magazine, she doesn't pull back on the slide, meaning the gun doesn't have a new bullet in the chamber, thus is unable to shoot.

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