Corrected entry: At one point in the movie they go through a lot of effort to prevent a phone call to Mr. Abbot from being traced. The computer screen shows that the call was hung up before it could be traced, yet at the end Mr. Abbot manages to find them back at that same location. Also, Redford's character declares that location to be not safe anymore in the middle of the film, so it's puzzling as to why they would even return there after they recovered the box from Cosmo.
Corrected entry: When Robert Redford is in the drop ceiling trying to escape, his radio gets heard by the big guy with the shotgun down below. Big guy shoots, cocks the gun, shoots, cocks the gun, shoots, cocks the gun, then Ben Kingsley interrupts them, and does his little monologue. When Robert Redford removes the tile in the drop ceiling to give himself up, the big guy cocks his shotgun again, expelling a cartridge which sounds empty. (01:43:30 - 01:45:35)
Corrected entry: Dr. Janek's chip has computer information on it that can break any other code. Therefore, the code is copyable. So why does anybody else only worry about that getting one chip, considering that the characters could easily make any number of copies and save it to disk?
Corrected entry: There is a scene where Robert Redford is jumped by three guys. There are three guys at the beginning of the fight, then one kind of ducks off screen and Redford fights the other two guys and knocks them out. I kept waiting for the third guy to come and fight with Redford but he never does, he just kind of disappears.
Corrected entry: When Martin Bishop sneaks in to the PlayTronics building with Dr. Brandis' access card, the printer in the security office notes his entrance at the front door and at the office door. When Brandis brings Liz to the building accusing her of stealing his card, nothing is found amiss in his office and Cosmo is satisfied that no wrongdoing has occurred. Would the guards not have checked the computer entry records that were so intentionally shown to the audience? These would have shown that someone had indeed fraudulently entered Brandis' office.