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Rain Ocampo (Character)
from Resident Evil (2002)

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Resident Evil -- A special military unit fights a powerful, out-of-control supercomputer and hundreds of scientists who have mutated into flesh-eating creatures after a laboratory accident.
Resident Evil -- A special military unit fights a powerful, out-of-control supercomputer and hundreds of scientists who have mutated into flesh-eating creatures after a laboratory accident.
Resident Evil -- A special military unit fights a powerful, out-of-control supercomputer and hundreds of scientists who have mutated into flesh-eating creatures after a laboratory accident.

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Rain Ocampo (played by Michelle Rodriguez) is introduced in the first Resident Evil film... See more »
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Rain

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  1. Resident Evil: Retribution (2012) Played by Michelle Rodriguez (as Rain)
    ... aka "Resident Evil V: Retribution" - Japan (English title) (literal English title)

  2. Resident Evil (2002) Played by Michelle Rodriguez (as Rain)
    ... aka "Biohazard" - Japan (English title) (literal English title)

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From Resident Evil (2002)
Red Queen: Even in death the human body still is active. Hair and finger nails continue to grow, new cells are produced, and the brain itself holds a small electrical charge that takes months to dissipate. The T-virus provides a massive jolt, both to cellular growth, and to those trace electrical impulses. Put quite simply, it reanimates the body.
Rain: It brings the dead back to life?
Red Queen: Not fully. The subjects have the simplest of motor functions. Perhaps a little memory, but virtually no intelligence. They're driven by the basest of impulses, the most basic needs.
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