Corrected entry: After their first encounter with the Winter Soldier, Captain America and the rest of his group are taken prisoner and placed in the back of an armoured truck. With the help of Maria Hill they escape through the floor, but they are in a convoy of 4 trucks and they are in number 2, so the other following trucks would have seen them escaping.
Corrected entry: The room where Cap and Widow are talking to Zola is several floors below ground, yet when Cap pushes the debris off them after the missile attack, they're outside on ground level again - he looks across the road to see cars approaching.
Corrected entry: In the opening shot, where Sam is shown jogging and Steve overtakes him, visible in the background is the Washington Monument. A couple of scenes later, after the scene on the boat, a shot is shown showing The Triskelion for the first time. Just as this shot begins, we can see The Washington Monument in the far background and The Triskelion and Washington Monument are both facing each other in a direction that is around a 12 o'clock direction. If the two buildings were facing each other that way, then The Triskelion should have been visible in the background of the opening shot.
Corrected entry: When in the bunker Natasha says all this computer stuff is from the seventies, yet there is a brand new up to date interface attached to it for them to insert the memory stick. When they entered the bunker no one had been there for years, as we saw by the amount of dust and cobwebs covering the secret entrance.
Corrected entry: During the hostage siege, French terrorist Batroc, played by French-speaking Quebec-er Georges St-Pierre, shouts the command: "Partez les machines!" (Start the engines!) It might be possible this is a normal phrase in the French-Canadian language. But no French-speaking person from France (or any other part of French speaking Europe) would use the verb "partir" in this context. There are several words in French that could be used for "Start", "Demarrez les machines!" being the most obvious one. The translation for the initial command would come down to: "Make the engines go away!"New Hex
Corrected entry: When Captain America and the Black Widow are in the Quin-jet on their way to rescue the hostages from the ship, Cap speaks into his wrist microphone to say "Secure Channel 7" to ensure that Black Widow's earpiece is working. She replies "Channel 7 secure", but you see that Captain America doesn't put his earpiece in his ear until after Black Widow replies. Cap has no way of knowing if his earpiece works at that point.
Corrected entry: After Black Widow hacked the security database at the end of the movie and uploaded everyone's identity for the world to see, Redford then chose to use his phone to zap almost everyone dead in the room using the electric charge that looked like electrical device cards in their shirt pockets. Robert said he previously put the devices on the outfits. Since Nick and Black Widow were the only survivors of the zapping, that stopped Nick Fury and Black Widow from forcing Redford to surrender. Robert Redford could have used that strategy while Black Widow was overtaking the database even before Nick Fury arrived.