Factual error: A few issues related to the portrayal of Texas state troopers in the film. Most obviously, the patch worn on their uniforms is an anachronism, as that style has not been used since the 1990s and the film is set in the present day. There are also some smaller issues related to their vehicles - for example, the graphics and lights are slightly different from the real things, and the license plate numbers are inconsistent with the style used for actual highway patrol vehicles.
T-Bone Waitress: I've been working here for 44 years. Ain't nobody ever ordered nothing but a T-Bone steak and baked potato. Except one time, this asshole from New York ordered a trout, back in 1987. We ain't got no goddamned trout.
Question: Can someone be shot through the side and just duct tape the entry and exit holes? (Wouldn't the bullet have mushroomed in the body and not exited anyway?) If there were a real gunshot wound like that, how long until he bleeds out?
Question: Near the end of the movie, how did the younger brother make it through the checkpoint in a stolen car? The cops would have run the license plate, no?