Character mistake: A TV news announcer describes Alan Shepard's first manned launch into space as him being lifted to "an altitude of 116 miles per hour." That's not an altitude, that's a speed. It should have just been "116 miles."
Character mistake: When Maui and Moana set sail after defeating the Kakamora, Maui says they must head east. He turns the boat 90° as he says this. Throughout the next scene the setting sun is to the left of them (providing a beautiful backdrop to their fight), meaning that the boat must be heading north, not east.
Character mistake: When Mike and the SAS team leader first meet, the team leader introduces himself as Will Davis, Captain. However at the near end when they say goodbye to each other, Mike addresses him as Lieutenant. (01:07:35 - 01:25:35)
Character mistake: Civil rights lawyer says bring up the 1983 case. Should have been 1893 or 1883.
Character mistake: Dylan is showing Agent Cowan and the FBI director the pictures of the pigeons and Dylan and Cowan start arguing, while the FBI director continues to look at the evidence on the Four Horsemen. Whilst looking there is an article reading "FBI Investigation Stalls." On the first column of the article, it is mentioned that all four members of the Four Horsemen, J. Daniel Atlas, Henley Reeves, Merritt McKinney and Jack Wilder, all disappeared into thin air at the final magic show, and gave the audience fake dollar bills. By the time of the final magic show, Jack had faked his death and was presumed dead, so only three members of the Horsemen were present, not four. (00:08:55)
Character mistake: When Mike's wife is watching the news about the oil rig on fire, you can see the TV with part of the U.S. map on it and 'Mississippi' is misspelled as Missisippi. (01:09:10)
Character mistake: In her speech outside the bank, Mary Lou Barebone mentions "the wireless" as one of the wonders of modern technology, which is the British term. A New Yorker in 1926 would more likely use the Americanism "radio."
Character mistake: Max back in London is referred to as Group Captain, but his RAF Rank shows him as a Squadron Leader.
Character mistake: Reacher asks the MP Sgt who her "DI" was in "boot camp." The Army doesn't have Drill Instructors or boot camp but rather "Drill Sergeants and Basic Training." Call a drill sergeant a DI and you'll be doing push-ups, seen it happen.
Character mistake: Ben counts the bullet the hitman is shooting in the club. His count reaches "13,14..." but the killer shot already 15 shots by the point his count begins, and he suddenly squeals "He's out" when he hasn't shot a fifteenth by his own count. It's funny that he does that anyway though, since the FN Five-seven the villain uses has a magazine capacity of 10, 20 (the standard) or 30 rounds. He wouldn't be out of bullets at that point. (00:38:20)
Character mistake: Jamie says about his dad "Last time I felt close to him was on my birthday in 1974. He bought me mirrored sunglasses. I saw the President fall down the stairs, and I threw up on the carpet." The footage they are showing on TV is from Gerald Ford's infamous fall from the Air Force One which happened in June 1975. (00:02:25)
Character mistake: When April and Casey are in the interrogation room April says she wants her phone call. The detective says the phones are down and April reply's with "well hate to break it to you, legally I'm entitled to a phone call." The detective should know that this is not true at all. They can make a call if the detective is OK with it, but it is not a right. (01:04:25)
Character mistake: When Erin pops Stay Puft, the girls get up. One of the girls says "welcome back" to Erin. She didn't leave the group.