Corrected entry: At the end, when Jack rushes to the compound where the bad guys have his family hidden, he's doing at least 40km/hour before hitting one baddie and right after a shack head-on without his seat-belt on. The car even catches fire. He doesn't seem to get hurt one bit which is simply impossible.S.Holmes
Corrected entry: When Andy suffered an allergic reaction from eating the peanut-filled cookie, he was given an EpiPen injection, but no medical attention. The epinephrine in an EpiPen only lasts for about 15 minutes in a person's system until symptoms return, yet Andy seemed perfectly fine well after receiving the treatment.
Corrected entry: While Jack and Janet are tracing their dog's collar's GPS on her laptop in the car, at no time are they connected to the Internet on their laptop to be able to access the information.
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the film when the fake pizza man and bad guys come in. There are about 10 guys that come in with suitcases. Near the end, there's only about 4 or 5 bad guys.
Corrected entry: Jack Stanfield was forced to withdraw $10,000 from each of the top 10,000 accounts of the bank for a total of $100 Million, via 10,000 wire transfers. He then reversed all of the stolen $100 Million by doing only 4, $20 Million wire transfers back to the bank.
Corrected entry: In the film, Jack borrows his daughters iPod. When he is questioned about how he is going to use it, he says "10,000 songs, 10,000 files, it won't know the difference." The iPod however was a mini iPod which does not have the capacity to hold 10,000 songs.
Corrected entry: After Jack Stanfield wire-transferred the $100 Million, he was forced to crash the entire bank computer system to hide the theft. Later, he transfers all of the money back to the bank. How could this be done if there is no bank computer system to facilitate replacing the money back into the customers' accounts?
Corrected entry: After Jack has finished removing the money from Cox's accounts via the hookup at the airport bank, the police have surrounded the building. The police question Janet, who is waiting out the front of the airport for Jack, and she says, 'Oh, I'm just waiting for my friend,' then Jack gets in the car and they drive away. If this were a real situation, there is no way the police would let them leave.