Corrected entry: Wesley uses Fox's Corvette to flip his Mustang over the limo to kill the "cigar guy". She is headed in the opposite direction as Wesley and is on the same side of the limo as Wesley to create the flip. As Wesley lands from the flip on the other side of the limo, he bumps into Fox's Corvette that somehow ended up on that opposite side and is now going in the same direction as the Corvette.
Corrected entry: When Wesley checks his bank account balance after his father's money has been transferred to it, the ATM screen shows the balance of $3,647,035.59, and then Wesley withdraws a hefty pile of $20 notes (looks like at least $200). But when he is checking his balance again from his office computer afterwards, the screen shows exactly the same amount as before the withdrawal: $3,647,035.59. (00:26:20)
Corrected entry: Early in the movie, Wesley is talking about his father leaving when Wesley was only 7 days old. Part of his monologue was what his father must have said when his father left. "Did I just father the most insignificant a-hole of the 21st century?" Wesley Gibson is at least in his 20s. The movie came out in 2008. As a 7 day old, we would be the "most insignificant a-hole" of the 20th century, not the 21st.
Corrected entry: When Mister X steps into the elevator to get a better sprint to the window, he sits down as if he's in a starting-block. This would provide him with a more powerful and faster sprint. But the moment he makes the first step to run, he lands on his heel. This takes away all the tension and speed he got from starting in that position, because by landing on his heel he blocks himself. Besides, if he was able to land on his heel, that would mean he was standing up straight after he started. But if you really want the best out of your starting position you stay low for as long as possible, and that would make it very difficult to land on your heel; considering you're leaning forward in the starting block position and staying low while you run. Most people automatically run on the palms of their feet while sprinting, which is the proper way. (00:04:00)
Corrected entry: For Wesley's second kill, he didn't have to go through the trouble of flipping his car over the limo to get a shot. He could just simply make a curved bullet shot to make the bullet go through the sunroof and hit his target. Guess there's no wow factor in seeing one curved bullet kill after another.
Corrected entry: After cursing out his boss, Wesley leaves the building and sees several newspaper boxes with him and Fox in the store shootout as the cover story. They are wanted and it shows artist sketches and a still shot from a security camera (like help is needed from the public to identify them). Since he just had his prescription filled and does so often, the pharmacist would have his full name.
Corrected entry: During the shootout in the grocery store, Fox uses an attachment called Corner-Shot to aim around corners without exposing the body. She holds it with one hand and flicks her wrist to angle it the other way. The error is that it can't be done without the use of both hands. One hand by the trigger and the other hand unlocks the swivel to change the angle.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Fox and Wesley are train-surfing and Wesley runs across the bridge, while Fox stays on the train, kneeling and bending backwards, Fox is disappearing below the bridge with her knees pointing the same direction as the train is moving. Then Wesley is shown running across the bridge. When he jumps back on the train he lands with his one foot right between her thighs, toes pointing towards her body - which is only possible if she is lying with her knees pointing towards the end of the train.
Corrected entry: When Wesley's bullet goes through his friend's Red Bull towards the end, the friend and his new girlfriend are both looking at the can in horror before the bullet hits it. It's harder to tell because the scene is shot backwards, but they are reacting to something that hasn't happened yet.
Corrected entry: Near the end of the film, Fox shoots every remaining member of the Fraternity, including herself, with a single curved bullet. The idea that a single bullet fired from a handgun could penetrate through-and-through the heads of a dozen adults - something that most heavy-duty rifles couldn't do - is simply impossible and incomprehensible.