Corrected entry: In the grave yard scene. It doesn't seem possible for a virus contracted through bodily fluids (blood, saliva) to get 6 feet down into sealed coffins, infect a half decomposed corpse filled to the eyeballs with formaldehyde and methanol (typically), and make a zombie that could break out of its casket and dig up six feet with naught but bare hands, a seemingly impossible task for even the fittest, healthiest and craziest human.tom616
Corrected entry: In the scene where Jill and Angie are crawling around on the floor and are being attacked by dogs, a woman zombie crawls toward Jill and attacks her. Jill grabs the woman zombie by the neck and twists it, breaking it and "killing" the zombie. Jill then checks the zombie's neck for a pulse to make sure it is "dead". Zombies are already dead and wouldn't have a pulse in the first place.dbfilms
Corrected entry: When Alice rams her bike trough the church window, her headlight is on. And in the shot just before she hits the Licker, it still is. But in the shot where she actually rams it away, her light is all of a sudden off. It didn't break, because in the shot where she starts her turn, it is still intact.Friso94
Corrected entry: Right at the end, how the heck do Jill and Carlos know the exact time and day Alice is going to snap out of her hibernation and break out of the Umbrella facility? I understand that it is some kind of setup for them and Resident Evil 3, but it's hard to believe their timing. Even if they did get a tip to come there, you'd think that they would be very suspicious. Like, wow this is too easy! We come in here and pick up this half naked girl and pass security. Sweet.quay
Corrected entry: In the school cafeteria, Jill flips on six of the stove gas feeds. As she walks out, she tosses a match that fizzles, meaning that the gas hasn't reached the exit hallway. Seconds later, Alice manages to light the gas by flicking a cigarette at the doors at the far end of the hall just as the dogs break the glass. There's no way that the gas could have filled all that space in that amount of time. Matches burn hotter than cigarettes, so it's not that the gas simply didn't ignite before.
Corrected entry: When Alice talks about how Jill's friend will become a zombie soon and pointing the gun at him, Jill looks surprised, yet Jill had already encountered the T-Virus before. She was a member of the STARS Alpha team who were sent to the infamous mansion in the first game - there are newspaper clippings in her house about "the mansion incident". Jill would already know what happens to people who get bitten, so she would know that her friend is going to become one of them.
Corrected entry: In the scene where we first see Carlos, after killing all the zombies, he begins talking to the girl while four UBCS troopers follow Carlos after the chopper lands. Later, during the shootout scene (UBCS and Cops) there is only Carlos, Nicolai, and Yuri. Where did the other two go?
Corrected entry: Shortly after the squad arrives at the school to look for the doctor's daughter, Jill Valentine says to LJ, "You take the first floor." Then she looks at Terri (the newscaster), hands her a pistol and says, "You take the second floor. I'll take the basement." Next there's a cut to a stairwell indicating that Jill will be going downward to get to the basement. A moment later, the newscaster is shown descending three flights of stairs when she should have been going up two flights to get from the main floor to the second floor.
Corrected entry: During the opening sequence of the movie you get to see an overhead view of the Raccoon City. Yet you can also see the CIBC headquarters, which is in Toronto.
Corrected entry: The cover-up story for Raccoon City is inaccurate in it's claims that a nuclear explosion from their nuclear power plant is what destroyed the city, similar to Chernobyl. The uranium fuel used in nuclear power plants is not weapons grade uranium and cannot support a nuclear explosion.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the group arrives at the junior high school, the black van parked outside does more than change the logo (as noted in another submission); it's a different van. First it is a panel-type utility van with a large shield emblem and the initials RPD (assuming the "D" is behind the open door) where a window would be; after the close-up of the broken-open dog cages, it's a window-van, with a small shield and "Raccoon Police Department K-9 Unit" below the window.
Corrected entry: In the end of the first movie, the left side of Alice's head is shaved. In this movie, which is supposed to take place maybe a few months after the first movie at most, her hair is back to normal. Hair, a non-living excretion of protein, doesn't grow that fast and the virus would have no way to cause it to regenerate faster.
Corrected entry: When Jill first enters the RPD and kills the zombies, she only has the leg holster. She then begins to talk to a S.T.A.R.S. member. The scene cuts to L.J., then cuts back to her. She is now wearing the shoulder holster.
Corrected entry: When the bullet count reaches 0000 on Nemesis' gun, he drops it. However, while it is being dropped you can see that there is actually still a short chain of ammo waiting to be fired.
Corrected entry: In the game series, the STARS team originally discovered Umbrella was behind the virus outbreak, and so Nemesis was sent to kill them. However, in context to the films, STARS have not done anything wrong, and so there is absolute no reason why Nemesis is murdering them.
Corrected entry: In numerous scenes Carlos is seen holding a Desert Eagle. The DE is chambered in .357, .44, .50 caliber rounds. When he shoots a zombie it just gets a hole in its head and falls over instead of making giant caves in the zombie's face regardless of its caliber.
Corrected entry: When Nemesis kills the STARS members in the theater, why doesn't the roof cave in when Nemesis blows it up? With the large frame holding up the theater sign, it would be almost impossible for the roof not to fall in.
Corrected entry: When the Nemesis first acquires the S.T.A.R.S soldiers in their base camp, he is able to instantaneously count them in a single glance. The problem is that some of them weren't directly in his line of sight. Even if he had equipment to scan through walls, he then should have been able to acquire the rooftop sniper.
Corrected entry: Towards the beginning, a massive crowd of zombies chase a blonde girl up the stairway of a building and all of them end up on the roof. She is saved by the cops in the helicopter, who shoot many of the zombies. But, when the scene is over, there are only about 20 dead zombies on the roof. Where did the rest of them go? They didn't retreat back down the stairs nor did they jump off the building.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the group first comes to the school, there is a shot of a van with cages. Its side reads "Raccoon City Police Unit" however, in the closeup, it now reads "Raccoon City Police K-9 Unit."
Corrected entry: During the several scenes where Dr. Ashford is watching the group on CCTV, the monitor changes from saying "Raccoon City Junior High School" to "Raccoon City Junior School."
Corrected entry: After Jill Valentine has killed the zombies in the police station, she talks to a S.T.A.R.S. member and loads a clip into her gun. She talks to the S.T.A.R.S. guy some more and then puts a clip in her gun again to shoot the zombie grabbing at L.J. She didn't fire or eject the first clip.
Corrected entry: Pay attention to the actions of the cowboy sniper on the roof. He shoots a zombie, reloads, shoots the zombie again and reloads. Before he saves LJ he reloads again. Why did he reload when he had a round ready to be fired?
Corrected entry: They are all walking through the cemetery and then the corpses come alive, out of the ground, and attack them. Only how did the corpses get infected? If they had been bitten when alive, there is hardly time to arrange a funeral, have a service, and bury them before they start attacking. If on the other hand they were infected from an airborne virus then the first scenes of shutting the city gates is not going to work - viruses have a habit of not stopping at locked gates. Or perhaps the undead had gone around biting the already dead? Except that would mean that they had to bury them afterwards, which is unlikely. And as one corpse was seen with worms coming out of the eye sockets, it would suggest a) dead a long time and b) a bullet in the head would just kill a worm.
Corrected entry: At the end of the movie when the truth is revealed, a male TV announcer refers to the 1986 explosion in Chernobyl as Russian Chernobyl. First of all, Chernobyl is in Ukraine, not Russia. Second, back in 1986 Russia and Ukraine were part of the Soviet Union.
Corrected entry: A clue perhaps to the 3rd Resident Evil movie plus a game reference. The Ashford family is mentioned and seen in Resident Evil: Code Veronica. Dr. Ashford created a different strand of the T-Virus for his daughter and titled it the Veronica Project. Even at the end of the movie, the way Alice is suspended in the green nutrient water mimics alot of how you meet Alixia Ashford (the Veronica Project) in Code Veronica. She even shares Alixia's psychic powers.
Corrected entry: Near the end of the film the wheelchair-bound scientist is shot and killed. He then comes back as a zombie and moves around by dragging himself by his arms. He created the T virus for his daughter to heal her legs so she would be able to walk, so surely as an infected zombie he would have been able to walk as well? Also I'm pretty sure he got shot in the head when he died (I may be wrong), so then how did he became a zombie, since the way to kill a zombie is apparently to destroy the brain, eg. by shooting them in the head?
Corrected entry: Angela has to keep taking the anti virus so she won't mutate, but at the end she's been without her father or the Umbrella Corporation for three weeks. Wouldn't she be highly contagious? Even if she hadn't used all of her anti virus yet, where exactly did the group think they were going to get more? Before long Angela will be a flesh eating zombie.
Corrected entry: At the beginning, the city is being evacuated. We see a helicopter flying around the city. The lights in the buildings are on - why would they be, given that everyone in the city is on the bridge being evacuated? (It's not because they're automatic, because in several of the buildings some are on and some are off.).Moose
Corrected entry: In first film, after a Licker attacked someone and absorbed their DNA, it mutated. But in this film after the man in the church is killed by the Licker, it doesn't.
Corrected entry: After Carlos is infected, he and Nicholai find an empty-looking building to hide in. As they enter, there's a ton of blue mist in the background where a woman is casually walking.
Corrected entry: At the end, why does the scientist in the wheelchair that was only shot turn into a zombie and try to eat the man who shot him after he was thrown from the helicopter?
Corrected entry: Before the group enters the school, the camera shows a police K9 unit vehicle with its back doors open to expose several cages that dogs had broken out of. Later, inside the school, the group is attacked by the zombie dobermans. Now, it would be understandable if these where the experimental dogs from the first movie, but they were police dogs. Police dogs are almost always German shepherds. The only exception might be a golden retriever, which are usually used for detecting narcotics.