Revealing mistake: Snipes drives a car into a diner, puts a bomb in the car and sets the accelerator so the car will back out of the diner with the bomb. As the car gets outside the bomb explodes causing the glass windows of the diner to blow out. You can see the wiring attached to each window, by the special effects company, making them blow out.
Continuity mistake: Wesley Snipes kicks out the driver's side window of the car that's trying to slam into him. Having shot out the back left window earlier, both left windows should now be gone. As the car veers away from Snipes in the next shot, both windows aren't smashed. Then in the next shot the two left side windows are gone.
Continuity mistake: Near the end, when Robert Bly is monitoring Julia Fang from the U.N. guard station, one video monitor clearly has tracking problems at the bottom of its screen, which can only be caused by a tape, not by a live security camera. This scene comes up frequently, and the rest of the monitors are fine.
Continuity mistake: As the bomb in the car is exploding, the shot from inside the diner has the windows of the diner shatter, but in the next 2 shots outside the diner, the windows are fine and intact. Seconds later, when Snipes steals the blue car, pulls around the corner and passes the diner, that shot shows the glassless windows.
Revealing mistake: There are supposed to be two dead young Asian males sitting in the back of the car, but in this shot, it is so obvious that there are two dead 'dummies' riding in the back. Also, in the crash, a few seconds later, very blatant dummy heads are flying everywhere.
Continuity mistake: Close to the end of the film when the lead female is running through the shadowed building she runs down a long hallway. At the end of the hallway behind her on the left side you will see the cameraman's and the boom operator's shadows cross from one shadow to the next.
Continuity mistake: When Anne Archer and Donald Sutherland are talking in the back seat of the car, the direction of traffic on Anne's left changes back and forth (they haven't made any turns). Also, a city bus is pulled over at the curb, facing the opposite direction of traffic and the parked cars.