Corrected entry: When Joe returns to the company with the silver bars at the start, he is shown placing the two silver bars on top of each other in a slot, with the bottom silver bar placed an inch over the edge of the slot. A couple of shots later, as the bars go to be taken away, the bottom bar is no longer placed over the edge and is placed onto the slot. (00:03:15)
Corrected entry: Sara explains that the numbers on the top of Joe's portion of the map are the date and medcode of her son's birth (07/15/39, 02935). The movie takes place in the year 2044. This would make her son five years old. But later, Sara tells Jesse that her son is ten, which would mean that he was born in 2034. (01:05:50 - 01:21:45)
Corrected entry: The first young man, who fails to kill his older self, is later systematically dismembered in order to get the older version of him move to a certain address. Once he arrives at there, the man from the future is simply shot. If the goal was to kill the man from the future, why not simply kill the young man instead of going through the process of surgically removing his body parts?
Corrected entry: The machine they use to torture Joseph Gordon-Levitt's friend in order to affect his future self completely contradicts the "ever changing" probability of different futures the movie establishes later. Bruce Willis says the present affects his memories in real time and that is confirmed by Leavitt ending both of them by shooting himself in the end but that contradicts the previous time travel logic they set up. Do you think there was any probability of his friend making it to old age in the future to be sent back when his present self was having limbs and body parts removed in that sedation machine, if anything the future self should have vanished the second the other loopers grabbed him.