Corrected entry: In the scene in the cave where they finally found the white diamonds, they take the diamonds from the stone-mine-wall with their fingers and the diamond is alredy cut like a jewel (diamonds in their "raw" form look like rough glass).
Corrected entry: Flares fired from the airplane should be immediately swept behind, but they are not.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the convey comes across a member from the expedition, Monroe takes the dying guy's pulse. The mistake is that Monroe takes the pulse with his thumb. When taking a pulse in the wrist or neck, you can't do it with the thumb because the thumb has its own pulse.
Corrected entry: On the plane ride where the heroes are attacked by missiles, they jump out of the plane and one of them takes the gorilla with him. There is no way that, at that speed, the gorilla could stay in the guy's arms after he pulls the rip cord to open the parachute. The gorilla would 'shoot' out of the guy's arms and fall to its death.
Corrected entry: When our heroes are in the hut, with the African warlord, there is a lot of money. At a time, they throw an bundle of dollar bills, and the top-bill flips over, and shows that the next is just plain white paper.
Corrected entry: When everyone is jumping out of the plane, Monroe tells Peter he'll take Amy. The pilots jump out along with some equipment, then some porters. Mr Homolka has to be pushed out and Karen jumps out after him. Peter then goes and so there's only Monroe, Kahega and Amy on the plane. Monroe and Amy jump, but we never see Kahega jump even though he manages to land before Karen Ross and Monroe.
Corrected entry: When everybody is in the cave there are rocks falling on them, but when the rocks go in the water, they float!
Corrected entry: The walls of Zinj are all covered with Egyptian hyroglyphics. But Zinj was built by the Jewish King Solomon. There is no reason for hyroglyphics to be there; it should be ancient Hebrew writing.