Continuity mistake: When Alice knocks over the giant Licker in the Rolls-Royce, the driver's 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. (00:51:10 - 00:52:05)
Resident Evil: Retribution (2012)
Directed by: Paul W.S. Anderson
Starring: Milla Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez, Sienna Guillory, Aryana Engineer
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.
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.
Trivia: Originally Clair and Chris Redfield were to appear in the film after having been featured in previous movies. But script-changes lead to them being written out, and their fates were left ambiguous. Clair will be re-appearing in the sixth film, however.
Trivia: The footage of the T-cells Wesker injects Alice with is reused from Resident Evil: Afterlife, only in that one, it's the cure for the virus.
Alice: Ada Wong. Operative for the Umbrella coorporation and one of Albert Wesker's top agents. Now the real question is: Why don't I just cancel your contract right now?
Alice: My name is Alice, and this is my world.
Question: How can they use the elevator to get to the surface if the Red Queen shut the power down?
Answer: The force of the water moved the elevator up the shaft, hence why it did not go all the way up.
Question: What happened to Chris and Claire Redfield? They aren't even mentioned in the film.
Chosen answer: They might bring them up in the next movie. Jill Vallentine was also lost for so many movies.
Question: Why in Resident Evil 4 when Alice takes the robotic bug off of Claire's chest it takes her days to remember who she is but when Jill has the same thing done to her she knows who Alice is in under 5 minutes.
Chosen answer: Jill was unconscious at the time, while Claire was awake, therefore the loss of memory may differ by state of mind, or vary from person to person.
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Answer: She must have had trouble in keeping control of the elevator's power as the impact of the explosion blew out some of the windows and the sea came rushing in.