Corrected entry: At the end Carlson and Logan are about to hug over the Mexico/USA line, but they stop because of the jurisdiction. There is no reason Carlson can't give him a hug. The FBI agent specifically states "we cannot pursue suspects across the border." Well Carlson has no intention of pursuing a suspect.
Corrected entry: Martin bangs Saverio Guerra's (Benny) head into the armored truck's steering wheel. If you look close, you notice his head doesn't even come close to hitting it.
Corrected entry: ML uses his hand-saw to cut the rope when he is hanging between buildings. He cuts the rope in front of him, therefore he should have fallen backward, but he fell forward into the construction site.
Corrected entry: Right at the beginning when Miles is faced with the guard at the robbery, he sets off the fire system and then puts on a gas mask. This is your standard Halon system. The chemical smothers the fire by removing oxygen and leaves no damage. However, a gas mask is of no use as there is nothing to filter. What would have been correct is an oxygen bottle.
Corrected entry: After the truck crosses the Mexican border, the Mexican Federales use a stinger and you can see blowouts in all 4 tires. Yet when Lawrence pursues the vehicle in the cop car, the tires are intact. Surely he does not have James Bond-style self-inflating tires?
Corrected entry: When he is going through the construction site's vent system after he steals the diamond, he is crawling head first and then he falls down the chute feet first...
Corrected entry: The guy in the grocery store and the crane operator who lifts the truck in the end is the same, even the clothes he is wearing are the same.
Corrected entry: In a scene near the end, the truck with the drugs in is lifted with an electro-magnet by its roof. Surely the sheet-steel metal of the roof is not strong enough to carry the weight of the truck without ripping it away from its fastenings?
Corrected entry: When Martin Lawrence gets out of prison and goes to visit his girlfriend, Janice, he is standing outside her apartment on the sidewalk and there is a kid on a bike in the background across the street, but he is not moving. The rest of the people across the street in the park are moving, but yet the bike and the kid are still. It is very obvious.
Corrected entry: At the end when Martin Lawrence begins speaking in Spanish he say "Tengo el gato mis pantalones." Luke Wilson goes onto say "You just said you have a big cat in your pants.'" That's not true. If that's what he said, he would have said "Tengo un gato grande en mis pantalones." What he said was "I have the cat...my pants."
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