Corrected entry: When Pamela Landy is telling Bourne his "real birthdate" (4/15/71) on the phone, Vosen is wiretapping the call and listening to it. Although it is the encoded address of the training facility, Vosen does not react. But after the failed meeting at Tudor City Pl. he needs to ask his crew about the date and is shocked immediately then. (01:19:20 - 01:28:20)
Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie Bourne goes to 415, East 71st Street in Manhattan. We see him outside of the building which is a modern skyscraper. Once inside he has a conversation with the man that "recruited" him in a white room. When the men that are after him break into the room, he jumps through an older type window onto a rooftop. The window is completely out of place for the type of building he is in. When he falls off the rooftop and into the East River, his fall is only forty to sixty feet, contrary to falling from a roof of a modern skyscraper in downtown Manhattan. In addition the address of the building is several blocks away from the East river.
Corrected entry: After two big bust-ups involving CIA ops, Bourne casually passes through passport control in Tangiers. A high profile target like him shouldn't just be able to waltz in and out without someone in security doing a photo id check under Vosen's orders.
Corrected entry: When Bourne has broken into the office in Madrid, there is a shot of two surveillance camera monitors. As the armed men arrive in their car, the surveillance camera follows their movement and zoom both in and out, despite no-one being around to operate them. The camera actions are more complicated than simple motion-tracking software. (00:36:45)
Corrected entry: Near the end of the film, an "asset" is called upon to kill Bourne. He is seen in the final car chase and eventual crash with Bourne escaping and the "asset" bloody and near death in an SUV. In a following scene where Bourne is about to jump off a roof as a last resort, the same "asset" is holding a gun on him.
Corrected entry: In the early scene where Landy was instructing Vosen's team to look, via their computers, at the various pieces of paper inside Ross's apartment, they found the words "Blackbriar" and "per N.D." in those papers, thereby confirming that Ross's source was Neal Daniels. However, the "Blackbriar" papers shouldn't be in Ross's apartment at all because: (1) Ross met Daniels in Turin in the morning (where he got to know of "Blackbriar" for the first time and wrote it in his papers), then returned to London immediately afterwards, then went straight back to the Guardian office where he received Bourne's call and met Bourne in Waterloo station immediately thereafter. He never went home with his papers which were in his bag at all times. (2) When Ross later got shot in the Waterloo station, Bourne was beside his corpse and took all the papers from Ross's bag (including the "Blackbriar" papers). So the "Blackbriar" papers should be in Bourne's sole possession, with no one or nowhere else.
Corrected entry: The CIA can apparently pluck the single word "Blackbriar" from the billions of telephone calls made every day in near-real time, but neither Vosen or Landy seem to know that a major UK paper has printed a three-part expose on Treadstone and one of their assassins, Jason Bourne. Jason used this article to find the reporter, Simon Ross.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the CIA thinks they are chasing Bourne to Tudor City, the deputy director is in a black Lincoln Navigator. It is obviously very dirty when they get in, but a few minutes later in another shot of the vehicle, it's very clean.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Noah Vosen is waiting for Bourne at Tudor city, Bourne calls Noah from his office telephone. Noah looks at the incoming call on his mobile phone screen and yet he could not recognize his own office telephone number. And tries to locate Bourne in the street. (01:23:10)
Corrected entry: When Nicky is searching the government database for 'Neal Daniels' location, his first name is spelled 'Neal'. Later on, when in the report on Bourne's induction into the program, it is spelled 'Neil'. It's highly unlikely a spelling mistake would happen in official government documents.