Corrected entry: There is a scene after Verbal describes Keyser Söze where Kujan leaves the office and discusses with the cops the fact that Edie was meeting with a lawyer. Kujan asks "Kobayashi?" and the other two cops nod agreeingly, including the one who apparently knew that she met with a lawyer (and presumably who the lawyer was). However, how could she have met with a lawyer named Kobayashi if we find out that Verbal got the name Kobayashi from the bottom of Kujan's coffee glass at the end?
Corrected entry: An add-on to the 4 => 2 engine plane scene before the bank robbery. In addition to ditching two of its engines the plane also loses two of its four sets of landing gear wheels. One could argue that the pilot retracted the wheels into the plane, but remember that this plane is landing.
Corrected entry: In the opening scene on the boat, when Keyzer Soze extinguishes the fire by peeing on it, the close-up shows the flames being hit by a rather thick, coherent jet. However, the next shot shows a disintegrated spray, which is quite natural since he is aiming from several meters above. (00:02:30)NancyFelix
Corrected entry: When Dave Kujon realises everything at the end of the movie, he runs straight out of the building past the Fax Machine. In the next shot we see Jack Baer coming out of an office and supposedly looking at Kujon running away, but if you look closely, you can see the exit Kujon ran down BEHIND him.
Corrected entry: Part of the story that the Roger "Verbal" Kint character narrates to David Kujon is the robbery of the presumed jeweler Saul Berg in the underground car park. Berg refuses to hand over the briefcase to Dean Keaton, and Keaton hesitates. At that moment, Kint shoots and kills Berg - according to his own story. Kint is telling this while he is waiting to post bail after obtaining immunity for his part in the harbor incident. It is extremely unlikely that he would have told this to the DA as part of the immunity deal, and it is equally unlikely that Kujon or any of the police would have known about this killing in any other way. Even if he had told the DA about it, it is beyond belief that he would have gotten immunity for murdering Berg. Therefore, it does not make sense that Verbal Kint would tell this self-incriminating story to David Kujon. (00:47:50)
Corrected entry: When the police car is lit on fire, the guy in the back opens his own door to get out. For obvious reasons, you can't open the back doors of police cars from the inside.
Corrected entry: The beginning scene has Keyser wearing a hat, which you see when he climbs down the stairs. However when the artist's drawing of Keyser gets faxed to the police station, you can see the whole of his hairline drawn true to life. How would the Hungarian know what his hair looked like if he was wearing the hat? The first scene isn't part of the made up story. (00:04:25 - 01:37:25)