Factual error: In the scene where Wolverine is shot in the head the bullet stays in place until it falls off. Wolverine's skull is indestructible Adamantium (that doesn't even bend slightly from the impact), and an object that applies a certain amount of energy towards another object has the same energy applied to it in return. Considering the bullet's high speed (which means high energy) and the fact that there is not enough material around Wolverine's skull to absorb the bullet's energy, the bullet should have bounced right out.
X-Men 2 (2003)
1 factual error
Directed by: Bryan Singer
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, James Marsden, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Brian Cox, Famke Janssen, Anna Paquin, Bruce Davison, Alan Cumming, Rebecca Romijn, Kelly Hu
Continuity mistake: In the end, when the President is visited by the X-Men, he receives a blue binder, which is laid in front of him on the table. When they have left, you see a shot including the President's desk, and you can see that the only thing he has on the table are some sheets of paper, stapled in the upper left corner, opened up. Then the shot changes to a close-up of the President, and then back again, and you see the blue binder in front of him, closed, and the papers have disappeared. (02:01:40)
President McKenna: What's that?
William Stryker: A jet.
President McKenna: What kind of jet?
William Stryker: We don't know...but it comes out of the basketball court.
Trivia: The young girl who runs through walls and soldiers when the mansion is attacked is Kitty Pryde, aka Shadowcat from the comics. She is also referenced in the first movie, as "a girl in Illinois who can walk through walls." (00:33:20)
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Answer: The president is delivering a live address on television. The storm would make an excuse for the break in the signal.