Corrected entry: When Bond gets to the building in the ocean to rescue Denise Richards, she's wearing a sexy purple cocktail dress and her makeup is perfect. They weren't carrying luggage - where did all that come from? In fact, given the location shooting there are unbelievable costume changes throughout the film.
Corrected entry: Plutonium is an extremely unstable and volatile metal. In the presence of oxygen it combusts spontaneously, giving off an extremely radioactive smoke. Breathing this smoke even in tiny quantities virtually guarantees developing a fatal lung cancer. It emits a level of alpha radiation, which is deadly without protective shielding of some sort. This type of radiation usually causes bone cancers. it will also cause hair and teeth to fall out. Throughout the movie characters handle it without any sort of precautions. Poor Bond isn't going to live long.
Corrected entry: When Bond shoots Electra King, he does it straight into her face. Even though this should have caused her head to practically explode, there is no blood on the bed or on Bond's hand when he runs it through her hair.
Corrected entry: When Bond and Electra fly to the top of the mountain to ski the pipeline the helicopter pilot says that he can't land because it's too windy. However, shortly afterwards, they are chased by a number of Parahawks with soft parachute canopies. If the wind and weather was too rough for a large helicopter there's no way you could fly a Parahawk in the same kind of weather. Even if you could fly it and stay in the air, if it was facing into the wind (up slope) the ground speed of the Parahawk would be pitifully slow and you could out run it on foot, let alone skis. If you were on the down slope side the rotoring air over the mountain would probably just slam the Parahawk into the ground. No problem for our heroes either way.
Corrected entry: When the Thames chase scene is about to end, right before Bond's boat starts driving on the pavement, he rampages through a warehouse. From the driver's point of view all the boxes slide up the boat, as if there were glass there. It's obvious that there was a glass protecting the camera, but in reality things should have crashed against Bond's face.
Corrected entry: After Bond grabs the pistol (a Colt .45ACP with a 7+1 capacity) from Electra even though 2 rounds were expended to shoot Valentine Bond still has 6 rounds to kill Electra's guards and at least 1 remaining otherwise the slide would have locked open. Then he dives into the water so where did he get exra ammunition from to kill Renard's men? (01:44:09)
Corrected entry: Bond's boat goes through a fish market during the chase scene. The camera shot (from his point of view) shows water and fish splashing over a windshield. The boat doesn't have a windshield.