Corrected entry: In the court room scene, Murdock cross examines the alleged rapist, in what is supposed to be a criminal trial, even though he isn't a government attorney, i.e., a prosecutor. Additionally, the victim is sitting at the table with Murdock's partner, Nelson, which would only occur at a civil trial.
Corrected entry: When Bullseye kills Elektra's father with Daredevil's staff, we see Daredevil jumping to grab the staff. There's an explosion, and we see echoes of the staff in Daredevil's 'vision'. We then see the scene from the opposite angle, as anyone else would see it, and it's obvious that Daredevil would miss the staff, even without the echoes.
Corrected entry: Since Daredevil does not have superhuman powers, he, like Batman, would not be able to fall off buildings and land the way he does (same for Electra and Bullseye). The leaps he takes and the landings he manages in this movie are just impossible for a mere human, even if he is a super hero. Balance has nothing to do with it.MGD
Corrected entry: Why does Matt Murdock carry the identical baton he uses as Daredevil? With it's bright red handle and gold insignia wouldn't it make more sense to have two different styles, even if he wants both to be able to do the same thing? That's how Ben Urich figured out who he was. That's kind of like Batman using his utility belt to hold his jeans up.
Corrected entry: When young Matt first discovers his powers, he strikes a guy wire and proceeds to slide down. You can see the restraining wire holding him up.
Corrected entry: In the shot of Electra before they take off their jackets in the playground, Electra's eyes are not green. They're blue.
Corrected entry: When Bullseye stabs Elektra, we can see that the sai enters upwards through her stomach and the protrudes through her upper back (as is seen by the stretching of her outfit). However, when he throws her down onto the next building, as she's rolling around, we can see an exit wound (a small bloody hole) in the small of her back, between where her shirt and pants don't cover up her back.DenizenZERO
Corrected entry: When Daredevil is confronting Quesada in the subway, he's hurt by the sound of a passing train. Considering what they've shown us of his hearing ability, why did he not hear the train coming until it was right next to him? Logic would suggest that he would have heard it quite a while before it got there.
Corrected entry: In the final shot where Daredevil jumps off a high building, he shoots his grappling hook upwards. Why would he hook himself back up from where he jumped off? It doesn't make sense. If he were merely doing it to swing somewhere else the angle of his rope would not likely give him any leverage.
Corrected entry: Although Daredevil can hear bullets loading into chambers and the triggers of weapons being pulled, he still wouldn't be able to move Bullseye's hands into the path of the sniper bullet since he would have no idea where the bullet was headed. He could have been moving into the bullet's path for all he knew.
Corrected entry: When Matt Murdock first loses his sight, he is woken up in hospital room by the sound made by an IV drip (which we see in the room), amplified by his new Daredevil senses. Terrified by the noise he gets out of bed and writhes around the room. There is no sign of a needle in his arm and there appears to be no-one else in the room, so what was the IV connected to? Same goes for the heart monitor.
Corrected entry: When Daredevil and Bullseye are fighting in the church, a sniper is assigned to take position on a nearby roof. The sniper than takes aim, and immediately fires through stain-glass window of the church, peircing into the hand of Bullseye. How did the sniper see through this glass in the first place? If he were to see shadows or figures, there would be no proof indicating who he is exactly shooting at. And if my knowledge is correct, snipers are usually picky upon when they shoot at enemies. They just dont fire away the first chance they get.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Daredevil is chasing the criminal to the subway, the bad guy trips and falls into a puddle. As he gets up and starts to run again, we see Daredevil's reflection in the puddle gaining on him, but when Daredevil lands in the puddle, his feet are facing the direction he just came from as if he is heading in the other direction, away from the bad guy.
Corrected entry: When Matt wakes up for the first time as an adult, gets ready and puts on his suit, watch what is right on the drawer when he picks up his watch and sunglasses. Is that a PDA? Why would a blind man have a PDA? It couldn't belong to his girlfriend, because she states on the answering machine that she's never been to his place. I doubt that it's Foggy's, either. So what's it doing there?
Corrected entry: When Matt goes to check his answering machine, you see a white button. This button is used to turn that particular answering machine on or off. If the machine were on, the button would be red. How did he get a new message if the machine wasn't on?
Corrected entry: In the first scene when the priest puts the flame in front of Matt's face, Matt has brown eyes, yet later in the movie when we have the flashback leading up to that point they are blue and return to being brown again once we return to the church just before the final showdown between Daredevil and Bullseye.
Corrected entry: Daredevil has the super-hero powers to dodge bullets and does this blind by using his ears. But how can Daredevil dodge bullets if bullets travel faster than sound. Sound travels at 344 meters per second while bullets range from around 300 - 1200. This is shown greatly when he moves bullseye's hand into the way of the bullet. It's just not possible.
Corrected entry: How is Murdoch able to get all of the prescription pain killers he's seen taking at the beginning of the movie? Is his doctor aware of his secret identity? Certainly someone taking the amount of drugs he's taking, and suffering the type of injuries he receives regularly, would encounter some serious questions if he went to an emergency room. Blind man receiving large doses of painkillers...superhero who keeps his eyes covered up and regularly engages in fights with dozens of people...wouldn't his doctor or pharmacist at least *suspect* something?MoonMan
Corrected entry: Putting aside the dubious notion that Daredevil would have a handy supply of lighter fluid, alcohol, or gasoline with which to spell out his initials on the floor of the subway station, how did he know in advance that someone would ignite it? His superhuman senses don't include precognition.
Corrected entry: The scene where Bullseye kills Electra's father. First Bullseye kills both drivers. Then he has a mini-fight with Daredevil outside. Electra's father comes out to see what's going on and that's where he gets the baton...well my question is what on earth was Electra doing in the car the whole time? I mean her father had common sense enough to go see what was going on, why didn't she?