"Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City" in 2021 is a remake of the Resident Evil Movie franchise, which faithfully captures video game events. It tells more than previous films.
Many References to the film, such as characters, costumes, and zombies, will be easily recognizable even to those with a brief knowledge of the franchise. However, in a film that relies on images and story elements of several different video games (some of which are more than twenty years old), some details were inevitably left out. So together we explore all the secrets and References throughout the film, but before that we have to say that parts of the film's story are revealed in this text.
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1. Truck Driver
"Welcome to Raccoon City" by Claire Redfield () Shows Kaya Scudellario standing on the road to be picked up by a car until a truck driver picks her up. The driver is on his way to Raccoon City with his Doberman dog. Talking hot with chlorine and eating his dirty hamburger, he meets a woman on the road. This scene is almost a recreation of a scene from the recent remake of "Resident Evil 2", except that in the game, the truck driver is attacked by an infected woman, while in the film she is infected by her dog.
2. Jill Sandwich
Early in the movie, Stars (Rescue Service) They are sitting in a restaurant in Raccoon City and joking with each other before being sent on a mission. In the blink of an eye, Jill Valentine (Hannah John Kamen), the fans' favorite character, snatches the Wesker (Tom Hopper) sandwich from him and says, "Now it's my sandwich." This scene refers to the original Resident Evil game, where Barry Burton rescues Jill from a room with a collapsing roof and jokes, "You were about to be crushed like a sandwich!" This dialogue changed a bit in the remake of the game in 2002: "It was very close, if I was a second late, you would be crushed like a sandwich." In this film, this joke is mentioned in a very concise and useful way.
3. Delicious Itch
Claire After Returning To Raccoon City, To Her Brother Chris (Rabi Amal) goes. As he walks into the house, he notices his brother's neighbor, an anxious mother infected with the T virus, who has written the words "delicious itchy" with blood on her window. These strange words go back to the Guardian Booklet of the first Resident Evil game. These words refer to the declining mental state of the host of the virus and his surrender to it, and show that the infected person feels itchy all over his body. These zombies also describe killing and eating another human being as tasty and delicious. The last part of the booklet contained the following words: Delicious itch.
4. Ashford Twins
Claire and Leon (Avan Jogia) searching the facility Underground Umbrella Company finds a film loop depicting Dr. William Birkin (Neil McDonagh) and two young children referred to as the Ashford Twins. This crazy doctor cuts the wings of a dragonfly and throws his body among the crowds of ants. This Movie loop is almost like what we saw in "Resident Evil: Veronica Code" and reminds us of the story of Alfred and Alexia's twins. The two brothers are said to have developed the T-Veronica virus, and an adult version of them will be the boss in the next game.
5. Spencer Mansion Zombies
The main characters enter Spencer Mansion and walk down the quiet corridors. And encounter eerie. They see a man who seems to be eating something on the ground. Hearing their voices, he gets up from his food and looks up, revealing the tainted face of his unfortunate victim. This scene is reminiscent of the first image of an infected person in the main game "Resident Evil" and refers to one of the most symbolic images of this franchise.
Most of the "Welcome to Raccoon City" charm, watch Character dialogues and dialogues arise. In one of these scenes, Jill Valentine asks her colleague Richard Aiken (Chad Rock) if he would rather be bitten and killed by a giant snake or a great white shark. Both of these horrific events happen to Richard, depending on what the player decides in the Resident Evil video game.
7. First Aid Spray
Resident Evil games due to intentional waste of resources The first of the player, whether it is ammunition or first aid, are famous. One of these is first aid spray, which improves the player's personality and allows him to fight T-infected zombies one more day. In the first scene of the film, which takes place in the Raccoon City Orphanage, an advertisement for first aid spray can be seen in one of the images.
8. Pilot Map
Most of the Movie "Welcome to Raccoon City" looks like a Movie It 's contemporary, and you seldom feel that the story actually takes place in 1998. One of the oldest is a device that displays instructions and drawings and assists the pilot. The maps on the screen of the device are almost similar to the original maps of "Resident Evil" games.
Claire and Leon through the underground tunnels of the Raccoon City Orphanage to They go to Spencer Mansion and use several keys to unlock different doors. Each key has a different shape (heart, clay, spike and coriander) that are connected to each other. These keys can also be seen throughout Resident Evil 2.
10. Rocket Launcher
In the final sequence of the film, Claire, Chris and Leon (Avan Jogia escapes from Umbrella Laboratory by underground train, but the mutant William Birkin attacks the train, and for a moment it seems that the monster is too powerful to fail, but Leon kills Birkin with a rocket launcher. This sequence refers to the tradition of "Resident Evil" games, which in the end, get out of the Horror genre and focus more on action, and the player must use a rocket launcher to defeat the enemies.
The Resident Evil franchise is known for its infected monsters, which are often They deform interestingly during the game. "Welcome to Raccoon City" has several featured versions of them, including Cerberus, Laker, and Lisa Terror.
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