Corrected entry: When Dutton gives Downey a cigar and offers to "circumcise" it for him, Dutton snips off the wrong end of the cigar. You're supposed to cut the end farthest from the band, not the closer one.
Corrected entry: After Halle Berry escapes from the mental hospital, she narrowly misses being killed by a semi truck. Her car actually hits the back of the truck which creates noticeable sparks and appears to even break a headlight. In the next scene, however, the corner of the car that hit the semi can be seen without so much as a scratch on it.
Corrected entry: After Miranda takes the security guard's car and goes back to her house, she gets out and proceeds to unlock her front door and enter. Where did she get the keys to her house? They certainly weren't on the security guard's keychain or in his car, and she wouldn't have been allowed to keep any personal items in her cell.
Corrected entry: When the sheriff reveals himself to Miranda, how could there not be ANYBODY in the police station? Not one cop, not one employee, yet he still has procedures to follow and so he could not just dismiss everybody.
Corrected entry: After she is attacked in the showers, the doctor tells Pete that Miranda cut herself '35 times' (at least in the subtitles). If you count the number of straight lines required to make the phrase 'NOT ALONE', you'll find it's only 25.
Corrected entry: In the medical room after the shower attack, Miranda's bandage changes arms between shots. At first its on her left arm, then on the right, then it switches back to the left again.
Corrected entry: When Miranda (Berry) is in the guards car after escaping from the institution the brakes don't work when she is barreling toward the truck. But they seem to work as she drives throughout the rest of the movie (at the sinkhole, when she's turning on the road to go over the bridge, when she stops right in front of her house, when she stops at the farmhouse, etc.).Joel Gordon
Corrected entry: How on Earth did Robert Downey Jr work out who the killer was just by looking at a tattoo website? Nobody even knew the sheriff had that tattoo.
Corrected entry: If Chloe had really been raped in her cell by the sheriff repeatedly, don't you think they'd have it on camera? Even though they suffered from power outages, you'd think he'd be on camera at least once. Also it's quite hard to believe that a local sheriff would be allowed to visit women's cells late at night without even being asked what he's doing there.
Corrected entry: When Halle Berry gets interviewed by Doug's best friend, the cuttings on her arm start to bleed through and she rips the bandage of and we read "Not Alone". Then she gets carried away, but when we see a shot from above when she is gone (the lawyer is still in the room) there is totally no blood on the floor.
Corrected entry: We are informed that Miranda has a mental condition after her accident, something with her brain. Why doesn't that affect anything in the entire movie? Was the diagnosis wrong, or irrelevant?
Corrected entry: At the end of the movie, Halle Berry and Penelope Cruz are both freed from the correctional facility they were being held at. Earlier in the movie, Penelope Cruz has admitted to murdering her stepfather. There is also overwhelming evidence that Halle Berry murdered her husband. It's illogical that both would be released from prison so soon after murdering other people, regardless of the reasoning behind the murders.
Corrected entry: There was absolutely no need for the dead girl to possess Halle Barry in order to murder the husband, as the girl was perfectly capable of murdering him herself. She managed to open doors for Halle Barry and to cut her arms. Why couldn't she have performed the murder herself?
Corrected entry: In the scene where Halle Berry is trying to escape the hospital, she has a ring of keys she's stolen to exit through all the gates/doors of the hospital. In every shot of her opening another door she always picks the right key for the door the first time. Even though she worked at the hospital I don't think someone else's keys would be labeled.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Halle Berry escapes from the mental hospital, the guard gives her his car keys and tells her to take his car. She finds the car by pressing the remote on the keychain and looking for a car's lights to blink. The car the keys end up belonging to is such an old crappy car that no one could possibly be expected to believe that it would have a remote.