Corrected entry: In the chase in India, Bourne's car passes a street sign reading "Rua Emidio Garcia". Seems to be shot in Brazil or some other Portuguese speaking country.
Corrected entry: When Bourne is tapping into the phone of the American consulate investigator to trace Pamela Landy's phone number the area code on the phone call is 757. However, she is calling from Langley, Virginia, which has the area code 703. The mistaken 757 area code refers to Langley Air Force base in Hampton, VA, about 200 miles away from CIA headquarters.
Corrected entry: The chase in Goa, India is on unpaved streets, but squealing tyres are heard, which only happens on tarmac.
Corrected entry: When Bourne enters Berlin Ostbahnhof, there is a German announcement saying something about "Gleis zwölf" (track 12). Berlin Ostbahnhof only has 11 tracks and 9 platforms.
Corrected entry: When Bourne goes to Pamela Landy's hotel he asks the receptionist to call her room and we see her dial 225 but in the next shot of the phone's digital display it comes up as room 235.
Corrected entry: In the chase scene, the lead police car behind Bourne has its flashing blue light off in all the long shots and it only flashes in the close ups. Also, both the cab and the Mercedes should have been equipped with airbags. After many collisions, neither show them being deployed.
Corrected entry: An hour into the film, we see Bourne sitting at a computer. We see him type a name on the screen before the camera goes to his fingers on the keyboard before the camera shows the screen again. Somehow, he manages to miraculously type 1997-1999 without his fingers ever going near the number and - keys! Even a special agent can't do that. (01:00:00)
Corrected entry: If Bourne has all those passports, surely he would use a fake one when running away from someone trying to kill him if he suspected they might be part of a government agency, which he would know to be able to check passports.
Corrected entry: At Bourne's meeting with his former Paris contact in Alexanderplatz, Bourne arranges the meeting for the world clock in Alexanderplatz. Eventually she's told to get on the tram, and goes several stops to... Alexanderplatz, where Bourne and the contact disappear into Alexanderplatz's subways... The entrance they use is approximately 50-75m from where the world clock is. It is quite likely a deliberate post-production edit decision, on the basis that the confrontation in the subway plays better if Bourne seems to have physically got away from the CIA agents shadowing his contact, and is not just relying on the confusion of the demo.
Corrected entry: When Landy and her CIA team observe Bourne getting on a night train for Moscow, she gives the order to alert the Russian Interior Ministry. Sure enough, when Bourne gets off the train the next day in Moscow, he narrowly avoids a Russian dragnet, flashing his picture around. But in the real world, he would have been seized at customs on the Russian border long before reaching Moscow. Indeed, because Landy gave the Russians his picture, they'd not even need to know exactly which train he was on or what name he was travelling under. (01:19:55 - 01:22:40)
Corrected entry: In the final scene where Jason is walking across the park, he is limping on the wrong leg. (01:35:45)
Corrected entry: During the car chase in Moscow, we see a few shots of the dashboard of Bourne's car. In one of them, you can see some newspapers/magazines on the right side of the dashboard. The next shot from the dashboard, the papers are gone. A split second later during that same shot, the papers reappear. (01:27:40)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Bourne is resting at the side of a German motorway (on his way from Naples to Berlin), when he wakes up and leaves the rest area, you can see the "old" Italian licence plate on the car, which he had previously replaced by a new "European" version one. In Berlin, he has the new one again.
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the film we see the assassin placing plastic explosive charges on 2 electrical conduits in the basement. Later in the film when Abbot and Danny Zorn go to the basement, Danny shows Abbot the place where charge exploded. Had that happen, there would not be any conduit left on the left side (we were told the right charge did not go off) but in the shot both conduits are intact and we just see some charring on the wall and on conduits. (01:01:35)
Corrected entry: When Bourne is underwater in the jeep scene, he stays there for way too much long. He even gives mouth to mouth underwater, not possible.
Corrected entry: When Bourne steps out of the train station in Moscow after arriving from Berlin, he is shown walking out of Kievskii Vokzal. This is the wrong train station. Trains from the West arrive into Varshavskii Vokzal. Only trains from the South arrive into Kievskii Vokzal.
Corrected entry: In the Moscow car chase, the drive train between the front and rear axles on Jason Bourne's taxi is broken and dragging on the ground after he turns onto a busy street and collides with the oncoming cars. However, he is still able to drive the car perfectly for several more minutes in the chase.
Corrected entry: The Russian politician was supposed to be killed by his wife, who later killed herself. But they should have found gunshot residue on her hands if she really had fired the shots.