Corrected entry: In the beginning of the movie, Bond was running away from several people that were trying to kill him. During the scene, Bond stopped running and put a helmet on. Then the next shot showed the assassins running toward him. Then it showed Bond in the next shot with a big jetpack on his back that he hadn't been carrying around. It just appeared on him. (00:03:45)
Corrected entry: At the movie's end, Bond is wearing a harness to enable him to be picked up by the plane. He takes Domino in his arms, and moments later they are snagged by the plane and yanked out of the life raft. The speed and force of the plane would have ripped Bond out of Domino's arms, leaving her in the raft if she was lucky, unconscious or dead if she was not.
Corrected entry: James is dancing with a woman when he notices a gun aimed at him. As the music's beat grows and grows, at the final drumbeat, James turns the woman around so she gets the bullet in the back. The only way we can see she is shot is when James moves his fingers away and blood dribbles out, but since James' fingers cover the bullet hole, his fingers should have been shot, as well.
Corrected entry: When the jet lands in the water, the landing gear is up. Moments later as the jet sinks to the bottom, the landing gear is conveniently down.
Corrected entry: When Connery walks into Moneypenny's office he puts his hat on the anorak. After the meeting discussing the capture of warheads he walks back into Moneypenny's office. M enters the room and Connery says "I think I had a hat when I came in." He then walks out without his hat, because for some reason it's no longer on the anorak.
Corrected entry: When Fiona Volpe is shot in the back while dancing with Bond, you can see his hand covering the entry wound with blood seeping through his fingers. Since he was facing her at the moment that she was shot, and could not have seen her back, how does he know exactly where the wound is so that he can cover it with his hand?
Corrected entry: After Bond escapes a shark-infested swimming pool, James drives back to his hotel with a CIA agent named Pinder. He tells Pinder to tell Leiter "That Paula is dead." Pinder says OK - end of scene. No grief, no tears, and no amazement - just another day at the CIA I guess.
Corrected entry: While climbing on the roof at Palmyra, Bond drops his Walther PPK. It slides a few feet down the roof and fires a bullet. Walther PPK pistols have a firing pin safety that does not allow the hammer to strike the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled all the way back. There is no way the gun could have fired.
Corrected entry: In the film's numerous SCUBA scenes nobody is ever wearing buoyancy compensators. These are inflatable and deflatable vests SCUBA divers use to adjust their buoyancy. Nor does anyone wear any weights. Because of the positive buoyancy of the human body, wetsuits and air canisters none of these people should be able to submerge at all.
Corrected entry: When Angelo gets into the pilot seat of the Vulcan there is a member of the crew eating a sandwich. At the moment when Angelo uses the poisonous gas to kill the crew, surely the man eating the sandwich would still be eating it, and would not have had sufficient time to put his oxygen mask back on.
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the film, how was it possible for Bond to get to the chateau before the black car, despite leaving the church a minute or two later, then get into the chateau, leave his his jetpack on a balcony outside, then get back into the room before the woman in black enters the room without being seen by anyone?