O: Somehow history has been rewritten. There has to be a reason this is happening, and K seems to be in the centre of it...
When J is looking at all the aliens at MIB HQ (1969), Griffin can be seen there at one point. See more...
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Character mistake: Griffin states about the New York Mets saying "They were in last place every single season until they won it all". That is not true. They came last ever since they started in 1962 to 1967. In 1968, the year earlier, The New York Mets came second to last where as The Houston Astros came last.
Plot hole: When (future) Agent J and (future) Boris are fighting on top of the large red docking station for the spaceship, Agent J gets shot deliberately by Boris and jumps off the edge of the dock. Then he uses his time travel device to go back in time a few seconds earlier to be able to dodge the shots. There are a few mistakes in this part. 1) There should be another Agent J and Boris there too, as they have gone back in time to that moment again. However in the movie there are only two of them. 2) The injuries sustained by Agent J (the bone spikes in his abdomen) should have remained there when he went back in time. If it were true that you healed once you went back in time into the condition you were in at that moment, then Boris should have grown an arm back when he went back in time. 3) Due to the time loop, Agent J remembers how to dodge the shots, while Boris doesnt remember anything and is surprised by the outcome.
Continuity: When the woman is about to be sucked by the void and fiercely grabs Boris' wrist, the wide and close-up angles show her using her left arm, however in several close-ups it's the right arm shown, as noted by position of her thumb, style of the bracelet (from grey rubber to black with diamonds), and a ring appearing/ disappearing.
Factual error: Apollo CSM is venting something through RCS thrusters in the scene on the launchpad. It is not correct, because RCS works on aerozine (UDMH, hydrozine) that isn't cryogenic fuel. Also, video/photo from the actual launch doesn't show this venting: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/apollo/apollo11/hires/s69_39525.jpg http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/apollo/apollo11/hires/s69_39961.jpg http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/apollo/apollo11/hires/s69_39962.jpg http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/apollo/apollo11/hires/s69-39529.jpg http://youtu.be/zGNryrsT7OI.
Factual error: When J is driving to Coney Island and is stopped by the two police officers,the view of Coney Island in the background is wrong. You see the Wonder Wheel ferris wheel and to the right you see the Cyclone roller coaster. The only way you could see the Cyclone to the right of the ferris wheel would be if you were on the boardwalk, on the beach, or in the Atlantic Ocean. (The tall cylindrical ride between the coaster and wheel is verification that the roller coaster shown is the Cyclone.) In addition, in 1969 there were two other roller coasters - one of of which would've been seen in that view - the Tornado which would be to the right of the ferris wheel which means the proper view should be two roller coasters with the ferris wheel between them.