Feels like a love letter for a long-running game series, with a story that fits the first two entries in the film. One by one From a mysterious classic character, elements of games are also cited in the film. As Escape from the city devastated by Umbrella Corporation’s horrific biological experiments.
DirectorThis movie has managed to fill a large number of Easter eggs, so let’s take a look at some more people involved that I remember seeing for the first time. Welcome to Recon City is now in theaters in the United States and the United Kingdom, with releases scheduled for December 8 in Australia.
The price of the sandwich is below the spoilers.
A star sandwich
An early scene with the Stars Police Unit, Jill Valentine, Albert Wesker and Chris Redfield, all three are seen hanging out at a dinner party before all the hell in Recon City. Jill snatched Wesker’s food and cut it.
“You snooze, you lose,” she says. “It simply came to our notice then.
This points to one of the sweetest lines in the history of video gaming. In the early 1996 game, Jill was almost crushed by a trap in which she was trapped in a room and the roof began to fall down. He is rescued by his partner Barry Burton (who is disappointingly absent from the film), and he utters famous words.
“It was very close, you were almost a jelly sandwich,” he says.
Words to live
Classic boss monsters
Another one from Jal. She asks her star fellows if they would like to be “swallowed whole by a snake or eaten alive by a great white shark.” This is a reference to two bosses in the original Resident Evil and its 2002 remake.
You encounter a snake several times in the mansion, while the shark attacks in the basement of the hostel area of the mansion. In the remake, depending on what role you play, STARS member Richard Aiken faces the exact same fate as Jill.
Words of indie
Shortly after Claire arrives in Redfield Recon City, she sees a family that is gradually becoming infected in the Umbrella population. Shortly before Claire was attacked, the zombie mother wrote “itchy taste” in the blood on the window.
This is a reference to the chilling keeper’s diary in the original game, in which an employee of an umbrella-owned mansion recounts his last days after being infected with the T-virus. His mental state gradually deteriorates until he kills and eats one of his companions.
“4. Itching. Delicious,” reads the final entry.
During the orphanage’s secret lab’s investigation, Claire is on a projector showing blonde twins pulling wings from a dragonfly and staring into each other’s eyes. It’s a little annoying and it seems to have nothing to do with the rest of the film.
The children are Alexia and Alfred Ashford, and the film presented is almost identical to the one seen in the 2000 Resident Evil: Code Veronica. They are members of one of Umbrella’s co-founding families, and their story is one of the most complex in the series.
Alexia and Alfred were genetically engineered from the DNA of Veronica Ashford, the founder of the deceased family. Alexia turned out to be a super genius and infected herself with the T-Veronica virus, which would give her superpowers but only after 15 years of cryostasis (giving her body time to adapt to the virus).
When Alexia was frozen, a grieving Alfred led the family and became mentally unbalanced. He began to dress Alexia and began to speak in her voice, allowing the twins to reunite in her mind.
During the events of Code Veronica, Alfred Claire was fatally wounded in a collision with Redfield. Alexia wakes up just before her death.
With her new virus-infected powers, Alexia fights Chris Redfield and eventually turns into a Yuki Dragon Fly monster. Chris blew it up with an energy weapon, knocked down the Ashford line, and 15-year-old Cryostas felt a complete waste of time.
Johannes Roberts apparently told SFX Magazine that he was interested in adapting elements of Code Veronica for a sequel.
The G-virus modified William Birkin cannot be stopped when he attacks the train as our heroes flee the city. Their problem is solved when Leon gets a rocket launcher “in first class” and they blow up Birkin one last time.
This refers to the tradition of Resident Evil that you have to eliminate its last owners with a rocket. It is possible that the first class passengers of the film have an emergency rocket launcher in case of an outbreak. (I admit that this is a very thin mindset, but this film is clearly engaged in its own nonsense.)
Doomsday is apparently the catalyst for a united Khundia and their subsequent emergence as a galactic power
We have a separate article.But in the opening shot of the post-credit scene, he was sitting upright in his body bag. The base, camera angle, and lighting capture the gruesome scene that unfolds as you load the 2002 remake of Resident Evil.