Corrected entry: When Scott is running across the model of Pym Tech and getting fired at, one of the guards shooting at him just appears from nowhere. He wasn't in the previous scene.
Corrected entry: Paxton and his partner showing up in that family's back yard to tase and arrest Scott makes absolutely no sense. Firstly, they were following the helicopter. Apparently, they suspected there was someone in it they want to apprehend, but did they even know who or why. Remember, they know nothing about the shrink-tech at this point, and they just decided to leave the chaos at PymTech to follow it. Secondly, they decided that the briefcase, which they had somehow noticed fall out of the 'copter, was more important than whoever they were following in the 'copter (at night, no less). Thirdly, having decided the briefcase was more important, they somehow tracked it as it fell and went immediately to its exact landing point. It's difficult if not impossible to do something like that in broad daylight, let alone night time.MFWills
Corrected entry: When we are introduced to Louis's friends Kurt and Dave, in the first shot, Kurt is wearing glasses. Suddenly, Kurt's glasses disappear for the rest of the scene.
Corrected entry: Opening scene. Dr Pym injures the seated Mitchell Carson, drawing blood from his nose. Cuts away to conversation with others, then cuts back to Carson and blood isn't there any more. This happens a couple more times, then a cut back to him and he has a handkerchief to his nose with no blood on either his nose or the fabric.
Corrected entry: Paxton says, "I know this van." How, exactly? He briefly saw Scott driving an older brown and beige van once, in daylight. It is now dark. The van has been repainted grey and blue, even inside (as can be seen seen when they open the rear door) and it now has assorted equipment mounted on the outside (ladder, winch, emergency light). Yes, he heard the "La Cucaracha" horn in the distance, but that is hardly a direct connection. The only physical resemblance is the side windows. If real cops forced a vehicle open on such a flimsy comparison, they would be sued.MFWills
Corrected entry: With regards to the Thomas the Tank Engine model near the end of the film, the mechanism that moves the eyes is part of the same mechanism that drives the wheels. As such, the eyes should have stopped moving from side-to-side from the moment that was derailed. Instead, we have them moving even after the model has been blown up to massive size.Tbdanny