The scene where the drunkard sees the car go above him and thinks it's just his imagination is a homage to the Bond movies "The Spy Who Loved Me", in which a character has the same reaction when the car drives out of the water, and "For Your Eyes Only", in which that same character has the same reaction when Bond skis overhead. See more...
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Continuity: The Audi car is missing its W12 logo in the grill in one shot. In different scenes with the Audi, there are two different number plates at the front (at least where the number plate were supposed to be: one with two "holes" at the lower end, and one without. Obvious that there were 2 different cars used.
Other: When Frank shows up at Audrey's house, the cops are patrolling the grounds for security reasons. One cop sees that a glass pane in the french door has been smashed, to allow an intruder to unlock the door from the inside. But when the cop opens the door, we see that there is no lock, or even a latch, on the door.
Continuity: Dimitri gets angry at Sonavitch and strikes him across the nose, cutting Sonavitch, and causes him to bleed. The blood only stays on his face, with none of the blood getting on that white lab coat he is wearing. Eventually Frank shows up and throws a knife, which he picks up from a table, into Sonavitch's left leg, as Sonavitch is trying to flee. All of a sudden there is blood on the white lab coat.
Continuity: At the doctor's office, Lola shoots up a police car, damaging the passenger doors, and destroying the light bar on top, then steals the car. When arriving at Audrey's house, to get into Frank's car and kidnap the kid, the police car she is driving has an intact light bar on top. When Frank leaves the driveway, and accelerates away, the police car is hit, but once again the light bar is shot up, and there are bullet holes in the passenger side doors.
Revealing: Near the end of the movie, the car is driving up to the business aircraft as it is taking off. In one of the flashes of the aircraft, the engine reverse thrusters are engaged. This only occurs on landing. They must have filmed the scene in both takeoff and landing phases of flight, only intending it to look like the plane was taking off.