Corrected entry: Towards the end, when Nick is holding Christine hostage in the CRS cafeteria, when the waiter drops the tray and the guards start shooting, Nick & Christine take off and run along the back and out a rear door into the stairwell. He does not look back to the rest of the cafeteria. He runs straight for the door as the guards continue to shoot. Feingold is then shot while standing in line back by the food counter. When Nick is on the roof and Christine is trying to tell him its all fake, he says he saw Feingold get shot. Nick actually never saw this.
Corrected entry: Nicholas (Michael Douglas) sits at the airport when a guy in the seat opposing him is staring at him. Nicholas asks if he can help him and the guy says nothing, he just keeps looking at him. After that, Nicholas notices that his pen is leaking ink. The next shot, you see him cleaning his shirt in the restrooms. This is obviously a different shirt, since the colour is different and it has little stripes on it.
Corrected entry: We learn that everything was staged by CRS but are we to believe they are so good that they predicted the exact spot that Nicholas would jump from? They even got a big X on the mattress in which he could have jumped from any point of that roof. Even 2-3 meters to the left or to the right would lead him to fall not on the mattress but on the floor and die.
Corrected entry: On the rooftop, Nick shoots his brother Conrad then tries to kill himself by stepping over the edge of the building. You can see from the shots that it's a very high building, yet when Nick hits the big 'cushion' on the floor, he gets up and there he sees his brother and Christine, along with several other people that were on the roof when Conrad 'died'. Unless they, too, jumped down or something, they couldn't have gotten down there so fast.
Corrected entry: After the driver of the cab that goes into the bay bails out of the car his door is obviously open, but when the car goes into the water it is closed.
Corrected entry: After the car goes into the water it takes a long time before water starts coming into the car. When it does, it shoots into the car like some seal was broken. In reality cars are so full of ways for water to get in, that the car starts to fill with water as soon as it goes in.
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