Corrected entry: How could the pteranodons survive in their enclosed cage for all the time since the park closed and Site B was abandoned? If they couldn't get out, then what did they eat?
Corrected entry: When the Navy picks up the survivors, the person on the radio says that they have 6 souls on board. They only picked up 5 people.
Corrected entry: Parasailing Ben and Erik was in a hurry to release themselves from the suddenly emptied boat headed towards the skerry. Nothing would have happened to them if they had decided to stay attached. When the boat had come to a rest they could have floated down and looked for something that could have helped them. Perhaps a satellite phone, flares or a life raft?
Corrected entry: Judging from the way the camera pans, and how the Raptor head moves accordingly, it's impossible for it to have actually been positioned behind the glass tube. The only way this look could have been achieved is if the head was inside the tube.
Corrected entry: After they land on the island, mercenaries are securing the perimeter. They run off to the right side from the perspective of the plane. Nash and Udesky come back, turn the plane 180 degrees and quickly accelerate on the runway. How come Cooper exits the forest from the right side in front of them, when he actually should be on the left side several hundred meters behind them? Sure, he could have made it that far on his own, but in that case, there wouldn't be any Spinosaurus attacking, because its roar was heard several shots before from the opposite side too.
Corrected entry: When Amanda is viewing the large tubes, the camera pans a large distance, showing us that there isn't anything behind the tubes, especially something the size of a raptor.
Corrected entry: The parachute they use at the beginning of the movie says DINO-SOAR on the top, but in various scenes the lettering is gone.
Corrected entry: The very first scene of the movie is a plane flying by. The next shot is a guy looking at it with binoculars, and we see the reflection of the plane is right-side-up. Binoculars reflect things up-side-down. (00:01:00)
Corrected entry: The parachute is in very good condition for one that had a man eaten on it. Not even a snapped string...
Corrected entry: In the scene after they have escaped from the Spinosaurus, Dr. Grant discovers that Billy stole some eggs. When Dr. Grant wants to throw the eggs out the window you can see in the background that the weather is great and there is no "birdcage" to be seen. But when they go down the stairs they are suddenly in the "birdcage" where it is very foggy. (00:55:52)
Corrected entry: As with Tea Leoni, Eric's cut on his cheek also changes shape, from being angled to mostly straight. And I also wonder how Ben died in the parachute harness when he seemed okay upon landing in the tree.
Corrected entry: How did that guy in the parachute die? We know they were both alive when they landed, because they filmed it. The boy gets down, the camera gets turned off just before the other guy is about to climb down, then...what?
Corrected entry: Why did they let those Pteranodons fly safely away in the end? They were already shown to be lethal animals, and now they're allowed to spread elsewhere.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the Spino is attacking the plane on the ground, he sticks his snout into the plane. After a couple seconds he takes his head out really fast. Watch the first couple frames of the plane in the next shot in slo-mo and you can see the Spino's mouth is still in the plane.
Corrected entry: When the giant pterodactyl grabs Eric, it should start to lose altitude. Even a creature with a wingspan that big cannot carry 80-90 pounds or more. Also, the baby pterodactyls cannot seem to do anything but wiggle their wings feebly when Eric is dropped to them, but afterwards, they are fluttering around him.