Corrected entry: At the end of the film, Gene Hackman's character realizes that he has been shot by looking at his shadow and seeing the sunlight shining through the bullet hole in his body. Oddly enough, when you see the front of his shirt, he's not bleeding. There might have been a one or two second delay, but he would have been bleeding profusely from such a wound.
Corrected entry: At the end when Sharon Stone's character shoots Hackman the second time, you follow the bullet in-eye as it approaches Hackman's head. You see and hear Hackman screaming after the bullet is shot. That is not possible. A bullet from a Magnum revolver would go 1500-2000 feet the first second. And with Hackman standing a mere 50 feet away from the Magnum, he wouldn't be able to open his mouth before the bullet hits his head and kills him.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Gene Hackman asks Sharon Stone "who are you?" She takes and throws her father's badge at his feet.The badge lands in front of him,he looks down at it. Than, when she shoots him a second time, his body flies back a few feet. She walks up to his body, kicks him, then goes past him to pick up the badge. The badge should be more or less where Russell Crowe is standing when she picks it up. (01:36:49)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Gene Hackman shoots the braggart who took credit for his killings. Hackman shoots the subject in the right hand, then gives him another chance to draw and shoots him in the left hand. The problem is that if you were drawing a pistol on someone the top edge of your hand and thumb would be facing them, but the bullet holes in the braggart's hands go right through the middle of his palms. The bullet holes might have appeared in that part of the hand if he was waving at Hackman, but not while drawing a pistol from the waist.