Corrected entry: Robert opens an old chess game on his laptop, to play the move Miguel hinted; "Bishop takes Rook Pawn." That move is generally part of a Poison Pawn attack. Where the Bishop is protected by its Queen, and captures the Rook Pawn, placing the King in check. In the film the setup on the board is wrong. There's nothing protecting the Bishop once it captures the Pawn, so the King will simply capture the Bishop. Losing a Bishop to gain a Pawn is a terrible sacrifice. The move makes no sense, considering they were supposed to be superior chess players. (00:31:06)
Corrected entry: Miguel figures out where Electra lives just because he saw a photo with the cat and the antennas in the background, and when he gets to the building he knows which is the right apartment by feeling the warm engine of one car. Just because the car recently arrived doesn't make it the right one.
Corrected entry: When Sly is driving Banderas in the cab, Banderas knocks on the window partition and comments how it's bulletproof. Yet when Banderas says something to get Sly angry, Sly hits that "bulletproof" window with an open hand and cracks it. How can an open hand hit crack a bulletproof glass?
Corrected entry: In the stolen taxi cab scene near the beginning, Miguel fires his rifle at the bullet proof glass. What happens to the bullet? it doesn't go through, or Sly's character would be dead, it doesn't ricochet and hit the rear seat/window/Miguel, and it doesn't lodge in the window.