Aliens vs Predator: Requiem

Factual error: The uniform the female soldier is wearing when she comes back home is all wrong: the camo pattern is that of the USMC digital desert uniform but it has "US ARMY" chest tags (in a strange size and position, by the way). The US flag and unit insignia are on the wrong arms. The cut of the jacket is ACU, the pants are true USMC. (00:15:00)

Factual error: During the scene where the helicopter leaves the hospital roof, a Canadian registration number is visible under the front doors. An aircraft which operates solely within the US, which is what would almost definitely happen for a helicopter operating in a city in Colorado, would legally have to have a US registration due to cabotage laws concerning the registration of aircraft. AVPR was filmed in British Columbia, Canada, which explains a Canadian registration number, since all Canadian aircraft registration begin with "C". (01:28:35)

Factual error: The nuclear device used at the climax of the film is shown to be dropped by an F-22 raptor however the designation used on the tactical display the "General" is looking at is for a much larger weapon that cannot be deployed by a fighter/bomber.

Continuity mistake: The birth of the Predalien in this movie is completely different than it was in the first AVP. The lights on the table are different and the Predalien bursts out differently than in the first film. (00:01:30)

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Trivia: The striker vehicle used for filming was a prototype vehicle since they couldn't get a working one from the military. It leaked water constantly from the rain machine and had to be dressed both inside and out to make it appear to be a functional military vehicle.

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Question: I think there's some 100 years between this movie and "Alien", but is the little girl in the movie supposed to be young Ripley?

Answer: Given that Alien is set in 2122, I think it can be safely said that, no, it's not.

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