Corrected entry: Toward the end of the film when Max deliberately flips the cab, it turns over several times before coming to a stop on its roof. But in the shots immediately after, you can see the wheels of the upturned cab are motionless. Surely after such a violent, high-speed crash they would still be spinning for some time after this?
Corrected entry: When the body falls onto the cab, there is the sound of shattered glass, presumably from the from passenger window. In fact, during the rest of the scene, you can hear Max and Vincent walking on broken glass. But in the rest of the movie, all of the windows in the cab are intact. The windshield is just cracked, not shattered, so the glass could not have come from it.
Corrected entry: The information Vincent gets for his hits seems always accurate and logical, the first two victims are killed in their homes and the other two at nightclubs. But how would anyone be sure Annie would stay in her office or in the building so late? Odds stand either way, she could have stayed there very late, or she could have left earlier.
Corrected entry: When the police officer relays the taxi's licence plate over the radio, he uses the phonetic "queen" to relay the letter Q. As a trained police officer, he should know that the phonetic "Quebec" should be used for that letter.