Corrected entry: Selene discovers the new UV bullets and gives a clip to the weapons master. Given that the technology to build the bullets is brand new and has not been seen before by either vampire, how is it possible for the weapons tech to build large quantities of silver nitrate bullets in the space of the few hours within which the story framework exists? Probably without even the basic munitions components being available.Stuart Green
Corrected entry: As a trained medical professional, Michael's CPR is a bit off. He doesn't loosen Selene's clothing (a bit tricky I admit, but he could have undone her collar; we see it loose several times). He doesn't perform any checks to see if she IS breathing or has a pulse, then he opts immediately for chest compressions . Assuming she had no signs of life (quite likely; she has just been drowned and is a vampire.) he should have attempted 2 mouth-to-mouth breaths before this. (00:31:30)
Corrected entry: In the first gunfight sequences of the movie that occur on a subway station and that eventually move on to the train itself, Selene ultimately throws herself out the window of the rear door on the last car of the train to quicken her chase after a Lycan; shattered glass flies in every direction, naturally. A short while later, another foot chase ensues by another Vampire/Werewolf pair, and they invariably reach the same area at the rear of the train, and just before they both crash out of that same last door, the glass on the door can be seen still intact.
Corrected entry: The film's location - Budapest, Hungary - can be identified from the subway system and some outdoor scenes. When Selene looks up Michael's address on her laptop, we see a street that is an actual Hungarian name: "Laktos Joszef 39 ut" translates to "39 Joseph Locksmith way". Choosing a street that doesn't exist in Budapest was probably deliberate, but they left typos in both parts of that name, and the format is also wrong. Correctly it would look like this: "Lakatos Jozsef ut 39". These typos don't have any benefit, but for a moment they draw the Hungarian-speaking viewer's attention away from the action. (00:23:30)