Corrected entry: After Darby shoots the arriving police cars he flees over the buildings' roofs. All roofs are totally covered with snow except for the path Darby takes - prior takes mean there's hardly any snow on that route.
Corrected entry: Rice said it took approximately 15 minutes to get to Reynolds from the time he was given his location. He found that Clyde rigged Reynolds' air supply to shut off at 1:15 (if food sent to Clyde on time at 1:00, it was sent at 1:08) - but even if Rice got the info from Clyde exactly at 1:00, it would still take extra minutes to leave the cell, run through the prison to the helicopter outside, and take off, so 15 minutes wouldn't have helped save Reynolds even if Rice gave Clyde his 1:00 request.
Corrected entry: Ames writhes in pain on the table while receiving the death penalty. Clyde says that he changed the potassium chloride for "something a little more deliberate". Potassium chloride is the last chemical injected and so Ames would still have been paralyzed by the pancuronium (the second injection) and could not have moved.
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the movie, Clyde and Rice are disusing the deal. Rice states that there is not enough evidence to send the offenders to prison, and that his "eye-witness identification" is not enough to convict. So they're cutting a deal with Darby to testify against Ames. This would never happen. Since Clyde could identify the perpetrators BEFORE he blacked out. His testimony and ID would be more than sufficient.
Corrected entry: Bill Reynolds could not have been missing for three days (as his wife told Sarah Lowell), because he was at the death penalty of Mr. Aimes.
Corrected entry: Clyde has a bloody mouth after being hit by Nick, spits out blood, saliva, and talks. The blood is gone after the camera pans up to Nick and then back to Clyde.
Corrected entry: Throughout the film, everyone at the justice department is using Mac computers. However, in the scene where Nick receives the email about industrial property purchases, he is obviously using Windows Vista. This isn't impossible, but it would be highly unlikely that the department would pay extra for Macs and then not even use the operating system.
Corrected entry: The steak as seen through the X-ray machine is a T-bone, not a porterhouse.
Corrected entry: After Clyde leaves the Justice Building after planting the bomb, he heads straight back to his tunnel to return to his cell (despite being slowed by the traffic a little). How does Jamie Foxx's character grab the bomb, remove it from the building without being stopped by other police, and plant it in the cell before Clyde gets back?