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Alice’s (Milla Jovovich) Light Up Memory Device
"My name is Alice. And I remember everything."- Alice
From direct sequel to Resident Evil: Retribution and the sixth and final installment in the Resident Evil film series, this is Alice’s (Milla Jovovich) hero light up memory device used in the 2016 science fiction film Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. Made of metal with a light up red LED, Alice reaches the holographic device left by the Red Queen who projects a recording of an Umbrella High Command meeting where Isaacs proposed using the T-virus to end the world while protecting the chosen few. The Red Queen explains that Isaacs' plan creates a conflict between her programing to follow all Umbrella orders and to protect human life. She wishes to prevent Isaacs plan from succeeding, but another directive prevents the Red Queen from harming any Umbrella employee. Through an earpiece, the Red Queen warns Alice that there is an Umbrella mole within her team. Alice is shocked to have survived and reactivates the Red Queen's device to get answers from the AI. The Red Queen explains that the anti-virus destroyed Alice's infected cells, but her healthy cells survived and so did she. Alice questions why the Red Queen and Alicia Marcus had told her she would die and is informed they had wanted to see if Alice would be willing to sacrifice herself, something no Umbrella employee or creation would have ever done. The Red Queen tells Alice that she did it: the anti-virus destroyed the undead army approaching the last human settlement while Isaacs' death enabled the Red Queen to reactivate herself and recall the attacking Umbrella forces. The Red Queen then informs Alice that before dying, Alicia uploaded her memories of her childhood into the AI device that displays them for Alice so she will now have those memories as well. Thus, Alice has the opportunity to become the woman Alicia Marcus could've been had it not been for her fatal disease.