Corrected entry: During the original mission to investigate the Tet, why did the crew need to be in cryosleep? This wasn't a long range mission but a flight into orbital distance from Earth; the trip would have only taken hours, which certainly wouldn't require crew to be put in stasis. If anything, all hands should have been on deck for such a critical mission.Teru_Kage
Corrected entry: Julia revealed that the Odyssey's mission had changed from a Jupiter moon relocation to an investigation of the Tet. Since she did not have this knowledge from the black box, she must have learned this while on the Odyssey, prior to being placed in a stasis pod - as if the first mission was still in effect. (01:03:45)
Corrected entry: Drone 109 exits the garage after being disconnected and makes its way up to Tech 49 to kill Jack and Victoria. The drone doesn't hesitate a bit to kill Victoria, so why does the drone just waste 20 seconds entering the house and approaching Jack instead of just killing him straight away? (01:10:30)Casual Person
Corrected entry: When Jack Tech 49 is in tower 52, Vicky 52 finds him and carries on a conversation with him, thinking he is Jack 52, who was just sent to fix a drone that came across the border - she lost contact with him, and being his lover she'd obviously be worried. She sees Jack 49, and sees the tattered clothes, the wound on his nose and cheek, but says nothing of it. Jack just says "False alarm." yet he obviously looks like he's been through hell and back with his clothes in their burned, shot, tattered condition, and the cut on his nose being a day old and looks it. And she just saw Jack 52 in basically perfect condition. A concerned lover alone, as well as a guardian team mate would have been much more concerned by his condition, especially with it changing in such a short amount of time so drastically after reportedly investigating a downed drone and "bogey." (01:23:00)Quantom X
Corrected entry: The flight recorder from the spaceship with the cryo-pods that crash lands on Earth is retrieved by Jack and Julia in the year 2077. However, later in the film, when Jack is delivering the nuke to the Tet, he listens to the recording which took place in 2017. In a flashback, we see that the flight recorder was on the part of the spaceship that went onto the Tet. The part of the spaceship with the cryo-pods, which crash lands on Earth in 2077, has already been separated from the part of the spaceship that Jack and the flight recorder are on, so the flight recorder shouldn't be on it when it crash lands on Earth.