Other mistake: In the scene where Madonna is pouring candle wax on Defoe, once they start having sex (with Madonna on top), you can clearly see Defoe's manhood poking out where it shouldn't. I realise they're not actually having sex, but shouldn't it be taped up out of sight?
Continuity mistake: When the two Ninja robots fight, the robot on the left loses his head before the blade strikes.
Factual error: When Jean-Claude is chased by the helicopter in the woods alongside the river, the man in the helicopter fires a MP5 machinegun, but it causes huge explosions, this is impossible, it's not a grenade launcher!
Continuity mistake: Kimble dyes his hair very dark to escape detection and dyed hair fades over time. For the rest of the movie his hair noticeably goes from darker shades to lighter shades and back again showing that the scenes were shot non-sequentially on different days with a fair amount of time in between.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Clarence is cleaning Alabama's wounds outside the airport (after she gets beaten up by and subsequently kills her would-be hitman), a large gaping cut seen on the left side of her face in one scene is gone in the next and does not reappear.
Revealing mistake: When Henry throws the dummy off the bridge, watch the rear window of the gray car; it explodes before being hit.
Continuity mistake: There's a scene where Oldman is talking to his wife (Anabella Sciorra) in the kitchen. He is sitting at the table on which there's a candle. In one scene the candle is lit, in the next it has gone out. It also switched between flickering and staying still.
Continuity mistake: When Darian hits Cliff over the back with the attic pole, the brass hook disappears between strikes.
Continuity mistake: The bullets that Leary removes from the keychain at the banquet are in a different position than they were when he put them in.
Continuity mistake: When Smith and Connor arrive at the Nakamoto tower and are exiting the elevator on the 46 th floor, you can see in several shots that Smith's suit is wet on the shoulders. However as he was going up the elevator the suit wasn't wet at all and even during the whole scene in the 46th floor, the suit changes from wet to dry as angles change.