Corrected entry: Tarconi says there were 5000 spent shell casings around Frank's house. But we only see three guys, which are probably all of them, seeing how all of the bullets are coming from the same direction. All three of them use weapons with standard 30-round magazines, and are only seen reloading once. Even if you give the film a lot of wiggle room and say they actually reloaded 10 times, that's still not enough. They would need to have reloaded over 50 times - not to mention they would stand there firing guns for over ten minutes.Friso94
Corrected entry: In the scene where the transporter gets the girl out of his car to deliver her to wall street, you can see that the girl has gotten out of the bag and is hiding in the trunk (as the bag comes out, you can see that she is in the trunk still. She sort of curls up to hide from view). The car is later blown up, and the girl is magically back in the house as if she had never escaped from the bag in the first place.
Corrected entry: After Frank has escaped from the jail with the inspector, he gets on the boat. While in the jail (and even before that) Frank has been wearing a blue shirt with khaki pants. Once on the boat, we see Frank change his shirt, but he does not change his pants which are now black instead of khaki.
Corrected entry: In the first chase scene, just before Frank launches the BMW off of the narrow bridge, there's a shot of his feet at the pedals showing him mashing the gas pedal while we hear the engine revving and tires squealing. Shouldn't he have had the gas to the floorboard already? How have the tires been spinning up until then?
Corrected entry: The bad guys trap Frank by dropping oil onto the water he is under and lighting it on fire by shooting it. Just moments earlier, before he jumped into the water, they were shooting at him and hitting the oil on the solid concrete ground around him. Yet it didn't catch on fire then, so it makes no sense that it would catch on fire on the water.
Corrected entry: During the last transporting scene the semi/eighteen-wheeler with the immigrants inside is shown vigorously swerving from side to side. Shortly thereafter, they open the crate and see that the immigrants are all okay and not injured. Wouldn't, logically, at least some of these people be knocked down and hurt, since they would have been tossed around in the steel cart? (01:19:50 - 01:26:50)
Corrected entry: Shortly after the bad guys blow up Frank Martin's house, Martin and the girl go to the Wall Street's office to confront him. Frank disarms Wall Street, taking a 1911 .45. Frank makes Wall Street sit at his desk and covers him with the gun. To emphasize a point, Martin cocks the hammer with his thumb. After some discussion, Martin hands the pistol to the girl to cover Wall Street while he searches the office. After a bit the girl gets angry and again cocks the hammer. Anyway, if Frank Martin, obviously a weapons expert, had taken a .45 auto off someone with the intention of possibly using it, he surely would have cycled back the slide to make sure there was a round in the chamber. (00:56:45)
Corrected entry: After the lead bank robber shoots his fourth partner, blood is splattered on the rear window, but it isn't shattered. How could the blood come out, but the bullet stay in? (00:04:40)
Corrected entry: In the oil fight scene after Frank takes the pedals off the bike, he throws the bike at the guys he is fighting in the oil. When Frank fights them, what happens to the bike? It disappears.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Frank is watching the news, you can see the AV1 input display on the TV; meaning he is watching a video, NOT the news.
Corrected entry: When the "kidnapped" inspector and Frank are at the marina, Frank's boat's name is Cassis. In the next scene its name is Manon. (01:02:10 - 01:02:40)
Corrected entry: When the containers are being taken somewhere, and the chase and fight scenes begin, there are two containers being taken to wherever they're going. However Frank only rescues one of these containers and drives it away, what about the other container? (01:16:25 - 01:23:15)
Corrected entry: At the start, when the bank robbers pile into the car, Frank flips a switch and the licence plate changes...out in full view of the public. Given how well-prepared Frank is demonstrated to be, that's absolutely something he would have done in private, before arriving at the bank.Jon Sandys
Corrected entry: When Frank is paragliding after the convoy (and overhauling it rapidly) there is a realism conflict. The posted speed limit over most of Europe is at least 110 km/h. To drive too much below that is illegal. However, the top speed of a paraglider is 60-65 km/h, and the stall speed is about 20 km/h. And yet there was no speed difference between him and the truck when he landed (stalling the paraglider to do so). He should not have been able to catch up to the convoy so quickly, and should certainly not have been able to land with so little problem.