Continuity mistake: The car at the arresting scene was boosted by Baby a couple scenes earlier. When he gets arrested, he suddenly has a key of the car and turns off the engine. How did he acquire the key of that boosted car?
Visible crew/equipment: In the opening sequence where Baby and his gang are riding away just after the bank robbery, and they finish in a car parking to leave their car and get into another one, a cameraman and another crew member are reflected on the car door window while Baby opens it.
Continuity mistake: In the scene towards the end where Baby is pushing Buddy's car off a multistory parking lot, after he says "Fuck you, Buddy" he uses a stick shift. However the truck he's using is a 1989 Chevrolet Blazer K-5, which does not incorporate a stick shift, only a column shift. As evidenced by the next scene when Debora uses a column shift to put the truck into reverse. The trucks are the same in each scene, also evidenced by the bullet holes in the windscreen in both scene.
Visible crew/equipment: When Baby is in the car that he stole after running away from the mall center and he crashes against the back of the pickup, you can see the cameraman and the crew member on his left reflected in the rear window.
Continuity mistake: The shot of Baby's car being crushed begins with the proper Ford Taurus, but the car being crushed later is actually the 3rd generation Infiniti G35. (00:33:22)
Plot hole: When Doc outlines the plan to rob the Perimeter Trust bank in Dunwoody, he says it's "right next to the Buford Highway" which allows for a quick getaway. In reality, Buford Highway is multiple miles away from Dunwoody, with the section of the road the truck chase quickly transitions to being nearly 7 miles away. Similarly, this segment then quickly transitions to the John Lewis Freedom Parkway just east of Interstate 75/85, which is another 4 miles away.