Doomsday

Continuity mistake: In the beginning during the riot, a man with a sign reading "The end is nigh", can be seen shot at. The sign gets several gunshot holes, but as the man falls down the holes are gone.

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Continuity mistake: During the car chase from the fallout shelter to the helicopter, the passenger door of the Bentley is badly dented when it hits a parked car. Some of the shots show the damage, some don't. When Eden arrives back in Glasgow and meets the Doomsday gang again, the passenger door is not damaged at all, but the driver's door mirror now has duct tape on it. There was time for her to duct tape the mirror, but certainly not time to do bodywork on a luxury car in post-virus Scotland.

rswarrior

Continuity mistake: During the scene at the helicopter when Sinclair sends Kane's daughter back to England, the rear views of the Bentley show both doors open. The front view shows only the driver's side door open. (01:40:20 - 01:41:00)

rswarrior

Continuity mistake: When Sinclair drives the Bentley through the closing vault doors, she barely makes it, with both sides of the car scraping against the doors (as we can both see and hear). But in the next shot of them driving away, the car does not have any marks from being scraped up. Side mirrors are still intact, and even the paint looks fine.

Twotall

Continuity mistake: The inside and the outside of the train carriage are different - the inside shows windows the outside doesn't.

Continuity mistake: When the guy is burned at the stake his hands are chained behind his back, but when his head is cut off his hands are beside his body.

Continuity mistake: When on the roof of the armoured car one person is left on top in the long shot, then the closeup shows someone getting kicked in the face. The same person then shoots someone climbing up then they drop into the hatch facing forward. The long shot shows the same person getting in again but facing backwards.

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