Corrected entry: During the battle with Wesker, at one point, Claire fires her pistol four times in a rapid succession. Problem is that this is too rapid, especially the middle two. Even if you could find a way to pull the trigger that fast, the pistol can't kick back, pick up a new bullet, recock, and be fired again that fast.
Corrected entry: During the Chris/Claire vs. Wesker fight, after Wesker has knocked away Chris and floors Claire, he is standing over her; when he turns around to face Chris and puts his sunglasses back on Wesker has moved some 20 feet away after the cut.
Corrected entry: After Alice jumps from the prison rooftop and Luther is clearing the zombies on the ground, he shouts, "Over here" to Alice, then fires his gun. Two zombies standing on either side of him die, seemingly from the gunshot at least half a second after the shot is fired.
Corrected entry: Because this movie was shot in 3D, all of the kicks and punches are real. For instance, the scene in which Alice kicks Bennett's gun away had to be done over and over again. So much so that his hand was black and blue when the final take was made. Ali Larter even broke a finger during the shooting of the film.Henkie36
Corrected entry: In the scene just after Bennett had left the group, they are standing on the edge of the roof. When the infected start coming onto the roof via the stairwell, Alice starts firing at them. Note the sparks on the barrels. Alice has been proven to be an very capable marksman in previous movies, so these sparks are just for effects, rather then something that makes actual sense.
Corrected entry: During the aerial shots of L.A., we can see how the building are badly damaged because of fires raging inside of them. But when a building rests on a concrete elevator shaft, the concrete would turn into sand because of the heat, and if it was a steel structure, that would lose all of its strength and collapse anyway.Henkie36
Corrected entry: After Claire and Chris are thrown into the containment tubes during the finale, they are shown banging on the glass as they slide down into the floor. When Alice picks up the control pad to release them she finds their entries with a picture of each of them, dressed in the same clothes, with the same wounds and blood stains, but they are calmly looking straight ahead. When and how were these pictures taken? Even if a picture was automatically taken when the tube closed it's unlikely that either of them would have posed for it.
Corrected entry: During the opening fight scene, Alice tosses her katana in to the head of one of the security guards. It sticks out of the head very. However, the tip of the sword isn't visible at the back of his head, while it's very clear that the sword is long enough to come out the back. This means that they just taped half a sword to his helmet.Henkie36
Corrected entry: In the prison, when the survivors are planning there escape through a hole in the ground in the shower room, they are interrupted by a zombie with a huge axe. It kills a man and hits Alice with the axe, which knocks her to the ground. But the zombie must be atleast 10 ft tall. I understand that he was a human who mutated over time but where did it get the giant axe ?
Corrected entry: In the previous movie it is explained that the T-virus killed nearly every living thing on the planet. A shot from space shows a desert planet Earth with little to no water left. Yet in this movie the oceans are there and the lands are lush with greenery (and even some birds) with no apparent explanation in the movie or during production.
Corrected entry: When Wesker gives a shot (some kind of a injection), he takes all Alice's powers yet she manages to survive a plane crash where nothing is left in the plane. The plane was moving high speed directly into the terrain (mountain), and we can see Alice plummet directly to the ground. How can a human survive that?
Corrected entry: Physics error: When Chris, Crystal and Alice decide to swim down to the basement where all the weapons are, the water reaches up to the floor they're standing on. But then, when they swim down and reach said basement, there's plenty of air to breathe. This could only be possible if there was a pocket of air, trapped in the basement. However, they use an air vent to escape, which seems to be leading directly to the upper levels. If the proper physics would've applied, the air in the basement should've escaped through the air vent, making the water flood the lower sections. It's the same principle as blocking the top of a straw with your finger, submerging most of it in water (so you have a pocket of water in the straw), and remove your finger. The air will escape, and the water will take its place.
Corrected entry: Alice travels to Alaska in search for "Arcadia" and finds a deserted Island and lots of deserted planes.She stumbles upon Claire with a Umbrella device attached to her chest.When she is first found, Claire's face is dirty and her hair are all messed up.But when they leave on the plane together Claire's face is clean again and it looks like she also washed her hair.It looks like she had the time to take a shower before they left.Where did she have the possibility and time to do that on a deserted Island?
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