Continuity mistake: Jean-Claude Van Damme drives his white car out of a carpark building, lands on the roof of a truck, next the car flips on a pile of water containers, and flips once again to land back on its wheels. While doing this stunt, the car is severely damaged and you can clearly see that the wheels get bent in a way making any more driving impossible. Yet, in the next shot JC Van Damme drives off with perfectly straight wheels on his white car.
Tommy Hendricks: I sign things too. In private.
Karen Lee: Oh, things like that falsified document?
Tommy Hendricks: Oh, no, no, no! Ray signs all the false documents.
Karen Lee: Oh, I agree. And I think you two have spent your time in Hong Kong getting drunk, chasing ass and getting massages in stead of taking care of company's business.
Tommy Hendricks: Look, the massage industry in Hong Kong is going through a really tough time right now. I'm just trying to help out the local college girls.
Harry Johanson: Once we have our little baby bombs all over the U.S., they'll be a monthly satellite bill that would make HBO green with envy. A hundred million dollars a month. And if they don't pay, we send the detonation signal... and good-bye, yellow brick road.
Tommy Hendricks: Good-bye, yellow brick road? Better buy some new CD's, Harry. It's pathetic.