Corrected entry: In the closing credits, and in the roll of characters and the corresponding actors there is a repeat. The role of Sergeant Turner played by Bill Bailey is listed twice, once after 'Underage Drinker 3 - Rory Lowings', and again 8 lines down the list after "Simon Skinner - Timothy Dalton'.greydane
Corrected entry: The explosion at the end of the movie, powerful enough to blow up an entire building would definitely be strong enough to kill everyone inside of that building -- especially Sergeant Angel himself, who is standing no more than ten feet away from the blast, without any form of protective clothing.Friso94
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the film, when Nick is talking with Janine, he points behind her and notes that a window has been broken from the inside. However, when the camera changes, there is no window where he is pointing, and all of the forensics team look in the opposite direction.Gen_Kelevra
Corrected entry: In the scene where Nicholas and Danny are talking in the pub, Nicholas says that he missed his father's funeral. Later on in the film, his father comes in on the gunfight. You can tell that he is his father because he says, "Nicholas, my son."
Corrected entry: After Danny Butterman gets shot, he's lying on the floor, and soon after the mine detonates and the Police station explodes. When Nick goes to find Danny, he finds him on top of brick rubble, which would be impossible, as he was on the floor, and should be under the brick rubble.
Corrected entry: When Danny and Nick stop to pick up the swan, Nick opens the passenger door and you can hear the bonging noise of the door open alarm. Its the only time we hear it when it should in fact be constant, because the drivers door is missing, and the car would interpret that as the door being open.
Corrected entry: When Danny and Nicholas are at the scene of the traffic collision, James Reaper arrives, says "Nasty way to go" and leaves. Danny and Nicholas then discuss the proper terminology and another car briefly appears to the right of the screen. There is then a cut to Simon Skinner's Jaguar convertible, definitely not the car we saw before.
Corrected entry: When the "37 year old underage drinker" is in the bar and being told to leave by Nicholas, he has no visible marks on his face. Later in the police station, he has cuts on his face.
Corrected entry: Outside the flower shop when Sergeant Angel first sees the hooded person, he throws his baton at the window breaking the glass. We then see Sergeant Angel jumping through the same window breaking the glass yet again.
Corrected entry: When Nicholas is at the firing range after he shoots down the six figures it goes to a larger view and the figures are standing again.
Corrected entry: In the car chase towards the end of the film the police car in the village gets its driver door smashed off. Later on in the same chase scene, the car door comes and goes.
Corrected entry: Throughout the film, Sgt. Angel wears a flat cap when he is on patrol with Butterman, whether in car or on foot patrol. Butterman always wears a beat helmet. In reality, the sgt. should wear a beat helmet too when on patrol with Danny. Only once you reach the rank of inspector do you always wear a flat cap. Foot patrol = beat helmets (even for sgts) Car patrol = flat caps (even for pcs. Considering Angel is a top non-rule breaking cop, I would think he would stick to regulations. Obviously the makers wanted to distinguish the two appearances to show the difference between the characters.