Corrected entry: How is Murdoch able to get all of the prescription pain killers he's seen taking at the beginning of the movie? Is his doctor aware of his secret identity? Certainly someone taking the amount of drugs he's taking, and suffering the type of injuries he receives regularly, would encounter some serious questions if he went to an emergency room. Blind man receiving large doses of painkillers...superhero who keeps his eyes covered up and regularly engages in fights with dozens of people...wouldn't his doctor or pharmacist at least *suspect* something?
Corrected entry: Putting aside the dubious notion that Daredevil would have a handy supply of lighter fluid, alcohol, or gasoline with which to spell out his initials on the floor of the subway station, how did he know in advance that someone would ignite it? His superhuman senses don't include precognition.
Corrected entry: The scene where Bullseye kills Electra's father. First Bullseye kills both drivers. Then he has a mini-fight with Daredevil outside. Electra's father comes out to see what's going on and that's where he gets the baton...well my question is what on earth was Electra doing in the car the whole time? I mean her father had common sense enough to go see what was going on, why didn't she?
Corrected entry: In the court room scene, Murdock cross examines the alleged rapist, in what is supposed to be a criminal trial, even though he isn't a government attorney, i.e., a prosecutor. Additionally, the victim is sitting at the table with Murdock's partner, Nelson, which would only occur at a civil trial.
Corrected entry: Since Daredevil does not have superhuman powers, he, like Batman, would not be able to fall off buildings and land the way he does (same for Electra and Bullseye). The leaps he takes and the landings he manages in this movie are just impossible for a mere human, even if he is a super hero. Balance has nothing to do with it.