Exit Wounds

Continuity mistake: Close to the beginning of the film, when Steven Seagal walks out to his car, Chinese guys are trying to break in. When Tom Arnold runs into the scene you can see in one shot one of the Chinese guys already has his pistol visible, but a couple of shots later he reveals his pistol again. (00:14:45)


Continuity mistake: At the start of the bridge scene, there is a shot of the bridge and the street in the background with loads of people standing on both sides of the street (and cars as well), but when the camera cuts to a shot of the yellow lorry (truck) pulling onto the bridge, everything that we saw in the previous shot has gone. (00:03:05)


Continuity mistake: When Boyd and George pull up outside of TK's club "The Static", in a shot from outside of the passenger window Boyd is holding onto the steering wheel with his left hand, but when it cuts to a shot from outside the drivers window Boyd's right hand is on the steering wheel. (00:41:15)


Continuity mistake: When Boyd goes to the city records hall, only to come across a family tied up on the floor, look at the cleaning trolley in the background, the blue brush changes direction between the first and second shot. (00:32:40)


Continuity mistake: During the bridge scene, the chopper fires upon two cars, one black and one greyish that drive past Boyd's car. If you watch closely, the position of the body on the floor wearing the white clothing changes dramatically during shots. (00:05:30)


Factual error: It is highly unlikely that any car dealership would accept a bag full of money, just taking the customer's word for it that it contains £300,000, and let the car leave the showroom.


Continuity mistake: In the opening, when Boyd is walking towards the cops standing at the side of the motorbikes, one cop changes his position between shots. (00:01:10)


Continuity mistake: Close to the end of the film, Boyd falls off of his motorbike, and the shot returns to the guys in the car, if you look out of the windscreen window, you can see Steven Seagal is already turned facing the car, but in the following shot, he turns again. (01:16:05)


Continuity mistake: In an early scene, Steven Segal handcuffs Anthony Anderson to the grille of his Dodge truck. Upon his return, he finds Anderson and the truck's grille gone. Later in the film, the truck miraculously has its grille back. A few scenes later, when Segal confronts Anderson, he says "your grille is downstairs."

Revealing mistake: As they make their escape from the club, DMX and Anthony Anderson jump on a box to climb over a dumpster. DMX steps on it with no problems, AA crushes it and can't climb over. A closer look shows that DMX stepped on the right (a reinforced bit) and AA steps on the left. However, the box only collapses on the left, rather than evenly, giving away where the support is. (00:46:30)

Jon Sandys

Revealing mistake: In the scene where SS is directing traffic and he causes a huge traffic jam, the cars either have Ontario plates or no plates.

Other mistake: When Strutt falls on the pipe on the rooftop, the above view shows him being punctured and still being a long way above the ground. The side view then shows that the pipe is much shorter than previously shown.

Continuity mistake: When Segal and DMX are watching the clips that they've been recording, one of the clips shows Michael Jai White's character speaking to DMX. White should have been looking towards the direction of the camera (because DMX has it on him).

Continuity mistake: Right before the police chief dies in the car, Steven Seagal isn't in the right seat anymore. Then a second later he is jumping from the van.

Continuity mistake: When Steven Segal is having dinner with the woman watch the napkin. It has a mind of its own. It keeps on appearing in different places on the table.

Linda, Anger Management Therapist: Mr. Boyd, I believe that you were sent to us because of work related stress, aggression towards authority figures, and an all-round lack of discipline.
Orin Boyd: I'm fine. You can move on. Other people want to say something.

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Trivia: This is the second film that David Vadim has appeared in that also features a Vice President character, but without sharing any scenes with them. He played Igor Nevsky in 'Air Force One' (1997) to Glenn Close's Vice President, with her on the ground and him in the plane, and Matt Montini in 'Exit Wounds' to Christopher Lawford's Vice President who only appeared in the opening scenes. (Exit Wounds).

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