Corrected entry: When Weiss is trying to enter the code into the computer to shutdown the deadline he says he can't enter the code because of the walls. Why would the walls suddenly be a problem when the guard was able to enter the code minutes earlier?
Corrected entry: When Richards and his buddies are making their escape from the prison at the beginning, Weiss can't get the code to work to shut down the deadline. He says it must be because of the walls, but why all of a sudden would that be a problem? All he did was move a few feet from where the security guard was sitting, so the walls shouldn't have made a difference that quickly.
Corrected entry: When Richards shows up in the studio for a final showdown, a firefight breaks out causing everybody to flee. The television audience is able to watch the entire battle which would be impossible as all stage crew and camera operators fled the room.
Corrected entry: When Sub-Zero pushes Weiss into the net, Weiss slides towards the camera. Just before hitting the camera, you can see the camera guy's hand sticking out to stop Weiss.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Sub-Zero is introduced, he takes his "hockey stick" blade and promptly cuts the gong in half. You can clearly see where the gong was pre-cut and held together with what looks like gold coloured tape.
Corrected entry: When Arnie goes back to his brothers apartment and finds it's been taken over by a woman who lives by herself, how come he still finds a change of clothes that fits him?
Corrected entry: Why does the cage that Arnold straps Killian into at the end suddenly take flight as it leaves the tunnel and explode? There is no ramp and the others don't do this. Did Arnold slip a bomb into Killian's pocket?
Corrected entry: How can Arnold tell it's a food riot, when he only has white dots on his helicopter screen? And why does he report "approximately 1500 civilians" - did he count to 1500, while relaying other information? And how come he reports 1500, when there aren't 1500 dots. And how come he knows the crowd are unarmed? Perhaps he should have flown down for a closer look instead of beating up his flight crew.
Corrected entry: When the video of Arnold's helicopter incident is shown to the Running Man audience, the last shot in the video is of Arnold being struck with the butt of a rifle, from Arnold's perspective. If the video was supposed to be shot with some interior surveillance cameras in the chopper, how is it that the last shot is from a person's (Arnold's) point of view, and obviously not a camera's?
Corrected entry: In the shot where Ben and Buzzsaw are fighting, the saw chain can be seen to stop several times, even though the engine does not slow down.
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