Corrected entry: The first scene of the movie shows leaves falling from dead trees like it's snowing. If it was 30 years later, the leaves would have all long since fallen off. An argument could be made that the leaves are instead ashes falling. But the trees would not be smoldering after 30 years. Also, when Eli stands up, it's obvious that they are leaves are falling off him.
Corrected entry: During the fight at the house, Redrigde picks up a box that was thrown out of a window. Realizing its a bomb he drops it right next to the front of a car. The next moment the car blows up but the explosion of the car originates from the middle of the car, not from where the box was laying.lionhead
Corrected entry: In the scene where Solara is being taken back by the bad guys, one of them take out Eli's machete and places it on the dashboard. After the car flips over, she manages to get the machete (because it couldn't have stayed on the dashboard) and stab the bad guy in a matter of seconds. If the car flips, that machete could have gone anywhere.
Corrected entry: When Denzel meets up with the woman with the shopping cart close to the beginning, he walks through a tunnel. It shows a few shots of him and the woman talking; during some of these shots, the entire tunnel disappears from behind him.
Corrected entry: SPOILER: There are many many clues as to Eli's character being blind throughout the entire movie; he bumps into a table, he felt around for the boots on the body, he heard the rat, he said "you have to come to me", when the woman said he'd have to say something or come to her, he scratches his shirt (and finds out she too is blind), he says he travels by faith not by sight, he counts the clicks on the iPod to get to a song, he fiddles with the iPod because he cannot see the battery is low, he asks the shopkeeper if he has his trigger off of the gun, he's always listening to birds/people, he doesn't shoot until he's shot at, he says he can smell people (the ambush), he says he "didn't see the (no trespassing) sign" at the old folks house, he heard the china rattling so he knew that they eat humans, etc.
Corrected entry: In the scene at George and Martha's house, Carnegie calls for Eli to throw out the book. A wrapped object is thrown out of the second story window and lands a few feet in front of one of the gang's cars. Redridge picks up, unwraps, and opens the object, and, hearing a click, throws it back on the ground in front of the car, running away from it. . In the next shot, there is an explosion, not where the object lays in front of the car, but from the side of the car opposite the camera.JackDOden
Corrected entry: Towards the end of the movie (near the 101 minute mark) while quoting verse 2 from memory of the King James Bible the words "was hovering" is quoted. The word should have been "moved."Genesis 1:2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
Corrected entry: Ever wonder why the shopkeepers in Carnegie's town always ask to see Eli's hands before serving him? It is never explained in the film, but the reason is to check to see if Eli is a cannibal. Those who eat human meat develop symptoms similar to that of a crystal meth addict, the most notable being shaky hands. This is also how Eli knows that the old couple are cannibals, as the old woman carrying the tea shakes worse than the old man in the Tomb Raider tutorial (who also carries tea).EpicFishFingers
Corrected entry: There is almost no way Eli could have a working iPod. It isn't a matter of whether or not they can charge it or not, rather that after a nuclear holocaust the EMP caused by the nukes would have fried any electronics. The only conceivable way it would have a chance of working is if the iPod was in a Faraday cage or something similar, and even then after 30 years of wear the iPod itself would itself have to be holy to be working. Even then it would only have a 5 minute battery life.