Corrected entry: In the scene (after the barn was destroyed and wolverine got away with bike) where wolverine is being hunted by a helicopter he is approaching two military humvee's. First is ripped by his claws and when he approaches second vehicle you can see how he grabs the handles of the vehicles and gets on it. Illogical thing here is that they move to each other but he grabs the handles as he would grab them like they stand still or moving in parallel.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Stryker describes his last ditch option for Wolverine he intends to shoot Wolverine in the head with an Adamantium bullet. The background on Admantium in the movies (and comic books): Adamantium is a complicated alloy that may only be worked in its liquid form. Once it has hardened it is virtually impossible to destroy, and absolutely impossible to manipulate through modern machining techniques (e.g. milling, lathe, or any other machine shop process.) On fire arm physics: firing a bullet through a modern firearm causes the bullet in question to compress to the slightly smaller diameter of the barrel. The rifling inside the barrel imparts spin to the bullet, allowing for a stable trajectory; in essence you hit what the barrel is aimed at. These two facts cause the error. An Adamantium bullet fired through a conventional gun would cause the barrel to explode because the bullet cannot compress. An Admantium bullet fired through a gun with an Admantuim barrel would be the quintessential irresistible force meeting an immovable object because the barrel cannot expand, and the bullet cannot compress. The result of this would normally be an explosion, however due to the near indestructibility of the metal in question I do not know the likely result of such an occurance. The physics do not compute.mobius98277
Corrected entry: The adamantium chamber is totally different than the one from x2, even though it is supposed to be the same, as are the flashbacks and operation procedure.
Corrected entry: After Logan and Victor are busted in Vietnam, we move to "6 years later" and we experience the rest of the film. The Vietnam war ended April 30th, 1975, which means that the latest that this film could have taken place was 1981. In addition, The Three Mile Island accident occured in 1979. However, the Army in the film is regularly using Humvees, which did not enter into production until 1984.mjcrawford
Corrected entry: In the second X-men movie Logan is shot to the head by a police with a normal gun. It penetrate his skull and he falls to the ground. Later the bullet grows out from his head. In Wolverine the only way to penetrate his skull is by an adamantium bullet. Which is a obvious error. How could he be immune against regular bullets in wolverine but not in X-men. It's pretty obvious it makes no sense. They had to do it that way to make the story work so Logan could loose his memory. Thou he should have lost his memory even in X-men 2.holyjimbo
Corrected entry: The mistake is in the scene where Stryker's crew obtains the meteorite souvenir from the desk of some Nigerian fellow on the top floor of a military building. Just after Reynolds' finishes his final jump but before he relaxes and stands up normally again and says: "Okay, people are dead", you can see the cables coming up from his back, which allow him to do the Matrix-style jumping. There's a cut to the Nigerian hiding behind his desk, before coming back to Reynolds and the cables have disappeared.
Corrected entry: When Weapon XI hits Sabertooth with the optic blast, there is no damage whatsoever to his clothes and they remain intact when they shouldn't. Weapon XI optic blast is not a concussive force but instead is a direct result of Cyclops power that generate heat, as demostrated when Cyclops accidental "fires" his power at his school and at the guards on 3 Mile Island, there are molten edges around the blast areas which actually are shown dripping or still red hot. Additionally, when Weapon XI "fires" at Wolverine and Sabertooth, the skin around his eyes actually get burnt black due to the heat.
Corrected entry: When Wolverine is checking out his new adamantium claws in the bathroom of the old couple's home, sparks fly out as he keeps clashing the claws together. Technically, a spark is a small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction. In this case this would not be possible as adamantium is supposedly indestructible, so sparks would not come out.
Corrected entry: In the fight sequence between Wolverine and Deadpool, Deadpool slices and stabs Wolverine several times. However for the rest of the film, there are no holes or torn sections of his vest whatsoever. Surely Wolverine's vest cannot heal like him. Similarly when Deadpool hits Sabertooth with the optic blast, there is no damage whatsoever to his clothes and they remain intact.
Corrected entry: When Zero has his first fight shown, he is using un-silenced weapons, yet the sounds of his gun shots are silenced.
Corrected entry: During the fight on top of the cooling tower, near the end of the film, there is one sequence when Weapon XI rushes at Wolverine and Sabretooth, who are standing back to back, and jumps over them. The overhead shot shows him jump over Sabretooth first, yet he lands in front of Sabretooth.wizard_of_gore
Corrected entry: After Wolverine knocks out Victor, after the fight at 3-Mile Island where the children are being held, Silverfox starts to talk to Wolverine. While Wolverine has his head turned looking over his shoulder at her, you can see the shadow of a boom microphone or some other piece of equipment on his shoulder.
Corrected entry: When the soldiers are in Nigeria and Wade exit the elevator to attack all of henchmen with his swords, while jumping high the ropes are seen on Reynold's back that lift him.
Corrected entry: After 'Jimmy' and Victor are busted in Vietnam, we move to "6 years later" and we experience the rest of the film. The Vietnam war ended April 30th, 1975, which means that the latest that this film could have taken place was 1981. However the Army in the film was regularly using Humvees, which did not enter into production until 1984. Also, Scott Summers was a teen in this film, but in X-1, he was a twenty-something and it was released in 2000 with the tagline "in the near future." So apparently Scott aged about 10 years in at least 20.mjcrawford
Corrected entry: In the scene when Wolverine and Sabretooth are fighting outside the bar by a digger and a pile of logs, Sabretooth stands on Wolverine's 'bone claws' and snaps off the end of one of them. However, when Wolverine's bones have been covered in adamantium and he brings them out, they are full and have had no discernible damage to them.
Corrected entry: The blades Weapon XI wields are nearly the full length of the arm. If this were true, he would not be able bend at the elbows.
Corrected entry: The opening shot establishes the location as 1845 Northwest Territories, Canada. Canada did not become a country until 1867. Even then, the NWT was owned by the Hudson Bay company.
Corrected entry: While Scott Summers is blinded in the "new" Wolverine movie, there is no mention of Scott's having anything to do with Weapon X in X-Men 1 and 2. In fact if all those students go to the Xavier Institute then Emma Frost, Quicksilver, and several other mutants would have appeared in X1 and X2, but no mention of there being other mutants besides Jean and Scott being at the school.
Corrected entry: Stryker shoots Logan with the adamantium bullets to erase his memory, but in "X-Men" the scans of Wolverine showed no holes or damage to his skull. While he's got a healing factor for his natural bones/organs, there's no way for him to regenerate the adamantium covering his skeleton.
Corrected entry: In many of the official trailers for this film (whether the teasers or the theatrical trailer itself) we are given glimpses of Lt. Col. Stryker's Class-A uniform. On the left shoulder, above the unit patch, he wears both a Ranger tab and an Airborne tab. This is incorrect and against uniform regulations (both now and decades ago, when the tabs were created along with those respective units). A soldier wears either the Ranger OR Airborne tab, but never both at once. If the Airborne tab is worn, it is understood that the soldier has passed Ranger school and thusly earned a Ranger tab to begin with. If only the Ranger tab is worn, this means that while the soldier passed Ranger school, he is not Airborne qualified (yet).