Corrected entry: During the scene with Rogue in her bedroom describing her trip through Canada to Alaska, she says that she will stop at Niagara Falls on the way. Niagara Falls is located on the east side of North America on the border of Canada and New York state. On her map of North America, she has a Niagara Falls postcard tacked onto the West side of the country. (00:04:27)
Corrected entry: Senator Kelly makes a phone call while he's in the helicopter, unaware that Guyrich is really Mystique. Before she transforms to her normal form, Kelly hands her (still in the form of Guyrich) his phone, which is placed in a pocket. Mystique transforms and... the phone is gone. Where would it go? (00:30:37)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Storm and Cyclops go to find Rogue at the train station, you can see that it's still daylight. When Toad uses his tongue to steal Cyclops' visor, the optic blast shoots through the roof of the station, as seen from the outside, though when you see it from the outside, it is night. The rest of the scene is still day-time.
Corrected entry: At then end of the movie, Cyclops is watching Senator Kelly on the news, only to find out that it's really Mystique. He sees this because Kelly's eyes flash yellow, like Mystique's. Now, he saw this on national television. If Cyclops noticed this, then certainly anybody else watching would have also noticed that the Senator's eyes flashed yellow. And for anyone who says that it could be explained via 'colour distortion,' certainly the reporters who were actually there would have seen his eyes change color, even for a split second.
Corrected entry: Credit to the film makers for giving Wolverine a Canadian Dog Tag to wear (as opposed to the multiple tags as worn by U.S. soldiers). Unfortunately, Wolverine is wearing the bottom half of a broken Canadian Dog Tag which has been engraved upside down. A Canadian dog tag is one piece with two halves designed to be broken in half on a horizontal score across its centre. The top half has two holes (one in each corner) for the chain to pass through and remains with a deceased soldier. The bottom half, which is not attached to a chain, although it has a long slot centred at the bottom, is returned for registration. Wolverine wears the bottom half of a Canadian Dog tag, the half which would be removed or lost when the tag is broken (this is easily identified by the long slot at the bottom, which the way he wears it is at the top where he has the chain passing through it). Even if Wolverine had somehow lost the top of his dog tag and kept the bottom, the name engraved would be upside down when he has it hanging from the bottom slot. Also, a Canadian dog tag is not worn on a small chain hanging from the neck chain - they hang directly from the neck chain. The dog tag should also say CDN FORCES CDN under his name (if it was printed right side up in the first place). Another interesting bit of trivia about this...his Dog Tag has a Social Insurance Number as opposed to a Service Number - which indicates he served prior to the re - introduction of service numbers in 1991. Also, since his Social Insurance Number begins with the number 4, we know he was born in the province of Ontario. Good effort on detail, if not 100% right on all counts. (00:16:29)
Corrected entry: Magneto's entire plan revolves around placing the Mutation Device in the torch of the Statue of Liberty, even going as far as to have Toad fix up a replica of the torch bottom. Yet when they get to Liberty Island, they leave the real bottom of the torch on the ground in plain sight, and the false bottom that Toad painted is very off-color. After such a cunning plan, they made such foolish and obvious mistakes?
Corrected entry: When Cyclops is at the train station looking at the train schedule board you can see a boy looking at his viser. The boy is rather chubby-cheeked. Then when Cyclops looks down at the boy and smile the kid smiles back, but this boy is a thinner than the kid in the first shot. then in the next shot when the boy's mother drags him away it is the same chubby-cheeked kid from the first shot.
Corrected entry: When Wolverine first comes into Professor X's room, there are students there, then they leave through the door. One girl turns back for something, then runs THROUGH the door. Maybe she can change her own molecular structure, but what about that of her backpack? Her clothes might not be real--like the men's suit Mystique appears to wear when she's Gyrich - but surely the backpack is.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the X-Men are trapped inside the Statue of Liberty, Wolverine slides down the outside and stabs his claws right through the wall to stop himself falling, and they go in between Jean Grey and Cyclops' faces, which you see from the inside. In the next shot, you see Wolverine on the outside and he stabs his claws through again, to start climbing back up. If you watch where his hand goes, surely he would have stabbed Jean Grey in the head!
Corrected entry: In the third scene of the movie, Dr. Jean Grey is speaking before the Senate. Senator Kelly interrupts her by calling her Miss Grey. Later on in the movie, he refers to her as Dr. Grey, which shows that he knows her status as a doctor. Most people, especially of his station, would know better than to ever call someone with a Doctorate degree "Miss" instead of "Doctor".
Corrected entry: When Sabertooth kills the harbour patrol guard he throws the guard down right next to him and looks at him for a few seconds, you then get a shot of Sabertooth taken from the water and this gives you a large area around Sabertooth to see. Sabertooth begins to walk off and the dead guard is no longer there even though no attempts to move the guard out of sight were made. Where did the guard go? (01:06:06)