Corrected entry: It's still some degree of daylight in the exterior shot of Rayford's plane. Inside the plane, several passengers have their window guards up, and it's pitch black outside. Outside one window you can even see the blinking red light (anyone who has sat near the wing on a red-eye flight can relate). But when Rayford decides to turn the plane around, the exterior shot still shows some daylight.
Corrected entry: When the injured man steals Chloe's car, she runs up to the camera screaming "That's my car!" but the sound isn't there. Afterwards, as she turns away, shocked, she says "That's my car" again quieter, but she doesn't move her mouth.
Corrected entry: The airline captain's jacket that Rayford was wearing had a large nametag that said CAPTAIN. No airline I know of wears these.
Corrected entry: In the attack on Israel scene, Buck begins a live transmission without informing anyone at GNN headquarters what he is about to do. Anyone in the news business knows this is impossible. Reporters can't just break into regular programming without telling anyone at the network.
Corrected entry: When people start disappearing, it all doesn't make any sense whatsoever with actual Biblical facts. According to the Bible, when going into Heaven people will be given new bodies and the old Earthly bodies will be left behind. So, when they start seeing clothes where people should have been, the body should still be in the clothes as only the soul is taken during the Rapture.
Corrected entry: When Chaim and Buck run inside the Isreali Air Force Command and Control Center, they aren't stopped. No locked doors. No one guarding the entrance to the facility or room. They come and go as they please. Command and Control Centers are heavily guarded in real life.