Corrected entry: When Yulaw kills Lawless, and he comes out of the ventilation shaft, he picks up the cop he shoots to use him as a human shield; you can see the bullets hitting the cop's body but if you look closely at the empty space around the cop, the bullets seem to be hitting something that is not there. (00:05:30)
Corrected entry: In the king of the hill scene (the fight on top of the pyramid on the penal colony universe), one large guy can be seen waiting to get thrown off the mountain by the evil Jet Li. He has to wait for Jet to do his moves on the other 2 guys first. Then he moves toward Jet and is thrown off the pyramid.
Corrected entry: When the redhead helps the evil Jet Li escape from prison he uses a strap to wrap around a guard's wrist to get a gun. He swings the guard around and shoots him and you see the guard falling on his back. When Jet walks by him in the very next scene, the guard is now on his stomach and facing the opposite way. (00:17:05)
Corrected entry: The concept is to make sure there is never just one Jet Li. Why then did they send the evil Jet Li to the Hades universe at the end of the movie, where he might be in danger of getting killed when he arrived? Sure, he's powerful, but he's outnumbered. Ideally, they should have held him in solitary confinement, or at least sent guards with him to prevent him from being killed on arrival.
Corrected entry: When Gabe is getting the MRI, his wife walks downstairs to talk to his partners. As she's walking towards them you only see 2 of them and when they see her they walk to meet her but when she starts talking to them face to face a 3rd one has magically appeared in the middle of the other 2.
Corrected entry: According to what the judge says when he is convicting the bad Jet Li, there are 125 universes (123 victims, plus the good and bad Jet Li), but the multi verse police guy later on says "Every time a major star dies and becomes a black hole, a new universe is created", but there are millions of black holes in the universe, and so there must be millions of Jet Li's for the bad Jet Li to kill.
Corrected entry: It is explained that it is impossible for one to escape from the Hades Universe. So it would be impossible for Yulaw to have killed himself in that universe and made it back to the Multiverse Policing Headquarters to assassinate his last victim.
Corrected entry: MVA Agent Evan Funsch finds out that his partner has been killed - he follows Gabe down a hallway and aims his gun at his back. You can see the blue dot from the laser on the gun on Gabe's back but when he turns to face the MVA agent, the dot doesn't show up anywhere on Gabe even though the agent is still aiming his gun at him.
Corrected entry: In the hospital scene where the good Jet Li is (almost) getting caught by his fellow officers, the officer with the shotgun loads it then tries to subdue Jet Li. Being a police officer, he should know that if he loads the shotgun, it has the potential to harm or fatally wound innocent people.
Corrected entry: The mistake is that all of a sudden it switches from darkness to daylight, very quickly. This is at the scene where the wife is being escorted into her house. It is dark outside and they police pull up to her house. Then when she is in her room and she opens the shades, it is blindingly light outside...
Corrected entry: I must credit the film critic Roger Ebert with this point - if the basic principle is that there's a finite amount of energy per person in the multiverse, so killing off your other versions means you get a bigger share of the total life force (or whatever), why is it that there aren't lots of immensely powerful old people in the world? As their other selves die off, surely they'd gain their life force and become much stronger and more able-bodied?
Corrected entry: When the guy picks up 2 motorcycles and smashes the police officer in between them, look at the officer's face when he is on the ground, there is blood coming out of his mouth. One problem, the motorcycles didn't come close to his mouth so why is blood coming out of it?