Corrected entry: In the scene where John Travolta and Uma Thurman are convincing Steven Tyler that he was thinking about his daughters Mia and Liv (names mentioned) when he wrote the song Sweet Emotion, Steven responds, "Yeah, but they were just kids then." They weren't even born then. He co-wrote Sweet Emotion around 1973 or so, as it was on the Aerosmith album Toys In The Attic that was released in either 1974 or 1975. Liv Tyler was born July 1, 1977, and Mia Tyler was born December 22, 1978.
Corrected entry: When John Travolta studies the Russian assassin's passport, he states that the assassin had been in the United States for a certain period of time. But, such information can only be found in the visa section of the passport which is towards the back of the passport, not the front page which he was looking at.
Corrected entry: When Chilli Palmer comes home to find a dead assassin waiting for him, the dead hit-man is facing him while sitting at Chilli's desk with two bullet holes in his back. However, the dead hit-man was shot through a window to his right, you can see the bullet holes in the glass, so either the bullets made a sharp right turn before striking the man or the man was turned to his left when shot and then turned to face to the front of the desk before dying.