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Factual error: When Angela receives the diskette and calls Dale, he's reading from his monitor that she received the package 3 minutes ago. His screen lists the tracking activity of the package, but only with a time, not a date. Tracking a package without the date would be pretty useless for an international courier like FedEx, which can take days for long trips.
Factual error: When Angela goes back to her house and finds that it's being sold, why are the cops letting her busybody neighbor hang around, ask her questions, and give opinions about her answers? If this were to happen for real, I think they'd ask the neighbor if she could identify her and then send her home.
Plot hole: The plot of this movie depends on Sandra's character receiving and particularly sending a floppy disk by FedEx. But she has obvious high speed Internet access. She could have sent the file by the 'Net. And she obviously has the technical chomps to package it and send it safely. There is just no logical reason that someone so technically savvy would have sent a virus by FedEx rather than transfer it electronically. And just in case someone wants to suggest she feared anti-virus filters, simply encrypting the file would have protected it from any anti-virus filter and only allow it to be opened by the intended recipient, much safer than sending it by FedEx.
Factual error: When Angela Bennet comes out of the hospital, the Mexican hotel clerk checks the computer and tells her she's checked out and therefore has no room to sleep in. Although set in Mexico, the message on screen says "Ha salida". This translates to a jibberish "She exit door". The correct translation is "Ha salido". "She exited" or "She left".
Continuity: In the scene where Angela trips the fire alarm at Cathedral, and the fake Angela is being prompted to leave the cubicle by some other guy, and she storms out, watch when they switch shots to Angela hiding behind the wall. In the background, you can see the other two in the cubicle repeating the same actions.
Plot hole: When Jack first gets the diskette after arranging the theft of Angela's bag, he cuts his hand to show he struggled with the thief. The next scene shows them on his boat, a few hundred yards from shore, where Angela is helping dress the wound. They then speak of calling the police. When they'd just walked along the beach from the resort, and with the hotel in the background on shore in the scene, why would they take the time & trouble to (presumably go to a dock), get on the boat, drive out a few hundred yards, stop the boat, sit down and THEN deal with the wound, and talk of the police, instead of simply walking back to the hotel & getting it all dealt with immediately?