History Fridge / ResidentEvilRetribution

26th Apr '13 12:01:02 PM immortalfrieza
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** Not really, he's still as evil as ever, it's just that the Red Queen is ''everybody's'' enemy, [[EnemyMine so Wesker is willing to side with Alice and the rest of the good guys for a while.]] He'll probably go back to moustache twirling evil if and when the Red Queen is dealt with, assuming he survives.
17th Jan '13 8:54:36 PM MetropolisGal2
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* Ok, Wesker is now [[spoiler: the "good" guy. So, the BigGood is ''a superhuman nigh-unkillable egomaniac who eats people''. Though he could be using his game counterpart's serum now instead of a [[ImAHumanitarian high-protein diet]]...]]
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* Ok, Wesker is now [[spoiler: the "good" guy. So, the BigGood is ''a superhuman nigh-unkillable egomaniac who eats people''. Though he could be using his game counterpart's serum now instead of a [[ImAHumanitarian high-protein diet]]...]]]] * If Alice and Jill had lost the final fight, Becky would have been left behind, as she was still hidden in the snowmobile-jeep-thingy. Or worse - she would have been eaten alive when the zombies broke through a weak-spot in the ice.
1st Jan '13 12:02:18 PM LordAaronus
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** Which explains why her face comes close to showing horror when they meet. She just sighted the MoralEventHorizon.
28th Dec '12 7:06:02 PM Troper251
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* What exactly does the "Retribution" in the title stand for? It's referring to Jill, who, after being overshadowed by Alice and not getting to do anything cool in the series, finally gets to beat Alice to a pulp this time around.
16th Dec '12 9:21:41 AM Mullon
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Moving these to headscratchers page
[[AC: Fridge Logic]] * If Umbrella can "stop the virus [[spoiler:by using Alice's DNA]]", why didn't they do that before when they knew that it would kill most of the world, unless they planned it to be like so? * Why does [[spoiler:Red Queen]] become an OmnicidalManiac, when this was ''specifically stated'' by the first film to be the exact opposite of her goal? ** If she was the same Red Queen from the first movie, perhaps she was driven insane by her 'death' and subsequent re-activation and holds a grudge against humanity for 'killing' her. ** Alternately, she might've ''always'' been plotting to eliminate humanity, and just claimed to have been trying to avert the T-virus's escape as an excuse so the strike team wouldn't fry her immediately. She knew Umbrella would re-open the Hive, re-activate her, and inevitably set the virus loose with their reckless experimentation; she just needed to remain active long enough to ensure the '''antidote''' didn't make it to the surface and pass into the hands of an Umbrella-competitor she couldn't manipulate. * Wasn't the planet mostly a desert?? ** [[CanonDiscontinuity No]]. The same film that claimed that the T-Virus was destroying water, also contradicted it by having the final scenes take place in an exuberant rainstorm. * Where the hell did Luther come from ** [[LateArrivalSpoiler The previous film.]] * Why does Alice know sign language? The Becky's Mom clone would know because of Becky. The initial signs could be seen as simple gestures if you don't know American Sign Language, but it becomes obvious later that she possess a competent knowledge of the language. ** She could have learned it at any point in her life before the first movie. Its not really far fetched at all. ** Pre-first-movie Alice was a trained Umbrella security agent/spy. It's possible that sign language is one of the skills such agents are taught, so they can covertly talk to each other in rooms that are bugged for audio. [[AC: Fridge Brilliance]]
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[[AC: Fridge Logic]] * If Umbrella can "stop the virus [[spoiler:by using Alice's DNA]]", why didn't they do that before when they knew that it would kill most of the world, unless they planned it to be like so? * Why does [[spoiler:Red Queen]] become an OmnicidalManiac, when this was ''specifically stated'' by the first film to be the exact opposite of her goal? ** If she was the same Red Queen from the first movie, perhaps she was driven insane by her 'death' and subsequent re-activation and holds a grudge against humanity for 'killing' her. ** Alternately, she might've ''always'' been plotting to eliminate humanity, and just claimed to have been trying to avert the T-virus's escape as an excuse so the strike team wouldn't fry her immediately. She knew Umbrella would re-open the Hive, re-activate her, and inevitably set the virus loose with their reckless experimentation; she just needed to remain active long enough to ensure the '''antidote''' didn't make it to the surface and pass into the hands of an Umbrella-competitor she couldn't manipulate. * Wasn't the planet mostly a desert?? ** [[CanonDiscontinuity No]]. The same film that claimed that the T-Virus was destroying water, also contradicted it by having the final scenes take place in an exuberant rainstorm. * Where the hell did Luther come from ** [[LateArrivalSpoiler The previous film.]] * Why does Alice know sign language? The Becky's Mom clone would know because of Becky. The initial signs could be seen as simple gestures if you don't know American Sign Language, but it becomes obvious later that she possess a competent knowledge of the language. ** She could have learned it at any point in her life before the first movie. Its not really far fetched at all. ** Pre-first-movie Alice was a trained Umbrella security agent/spy. It's possible that sign language is one of the skills such agents are taught, so they can covertly talk to each other in rooms that are bugged for audio. [[AC: Fridge Brilliance]]FridgeBrilliance]]

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8th Oct '12 6:27:37 AM SharleeD
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** Alternately, she might've ''always'' been plotting to eliminate humanity, and just claimed to have been trying to avert the T-virus's escape as an excuse so the strike team wouldn't fry her immediately. She knew Umbrella would re-open the Hive, re-activate her, and set the virus loose; she just needed to remain active long enough to ensure the '''antidote''' didn't make it to the surface and pass into the hands of an Umbrella-competitor she couldn't manipulate.
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** Alternately, she might've ''always'' been plotting to eliminate humanity, and just claimed to have been trying to avert the T-virus's escape as an excuse so the strike team wouldn't fry her immediately. She knew Umbrella would re-open the Hive, re-activate her, and inevitably set the virus loose; loose with their reckless experimentation; she just needed to remain active long enough to ensure the '''antidote''' didn't make it to the surface and pass into the hands of an Umbrella-competitor she couldn't manipulate.
8th Oct '12 6:26:49 AM SharleeD
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** Alternately, she might've ''always'' been plotting to eliminate humanity, and just claimed to have been trying to avert the T-virus's escape as an excuse so the strike team wouldn't fry her immediately. She knew Umbrella would re-open the Hive, re-activate her, and set the virus loose; she just needed to remain active long enough to ensure '''the antidote''' didn't make it to the surface and pass into the hands of an Umbrella-competitor she couldn't manipulate.
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** Alternately, she might've ''always'' been plotting to eliminate humanity, and just claimed to have been trying to avert the T-virus's escape as an excuse so the strike team wouldn't fry her immediately. She knew Umbrella would re-open the Hive, re-activate her, and set the virus loose; she just needed to remain active long enough to ensure '''the antidote''' the '''antidote''' didn't make it to the surface and pass into the hands of an Umbrella-competitor she couldn't manipulate.
8th Oct '12 6:26:32 AM SharleeD
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** If she was the same Red Queen from the first movie, perhaps she was driven insane by her 'death' and subsequent re-activation and holds a grudge against humanity for 'killing' her,
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** If she was the same Red Queen from the first movie, perhaps she was driven insane by her 'death' and subsequent re-activation and holds a grudge against humanity for 'killing' her,her. ** Alternately, she might've ''always'' been plotting to eliminate humanity, and just claimed to have been trying to avert the T-virus's escape as an excuse so the strike team wouldn't fry her immediately. She knew Umbrella would re-open the Hive, re-activate her, and set the virus loose; she just needed to remain active long enough to ensure '''the antidote''' didn't make it to the surface and pass into the hands of an Umbrella-competitor she couldn't manipulate.
8th Oct '12 6:22:02 AM SharleeD
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8th Oct '12 6:20:46 AM SharleeD
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** Pre-first-movie Alice was a trained Umbrella security agent/spy. It's possible that sign language is one of the skills such agents are taught, so they can covertly talk to another in rooms that are bugged for audio.
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** Pre-first-movie Alice was a trained Umbrella security agent/spy. It's possible that sign language is one of the skills such agents are taught, so they can covertly talk to another each other in rooms that are bugged for audio.
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