When Nat goes to file a missing person report at the police station, Officer Mitchell has a pastry with a candle that she puts in the drawer of her desk. As it goes in it looks to be a brand new candle and when she takes it out there is none left. It would be impossible for the candle to burn completely in the period of time.
When Chance jumps across the bonnet of the car and kicks the guy on the motorcycle in the chest, the bike carries on and falls over, clearly showing the rear light being torn away. Yet when Chance runs to the bike a few seconds later to give chase to the people carrier, the light is fixed.
When first fight started there were 4 chairs in front of restaurant's window. After Chance broke thug's arm he felt down and toppled down one of then. But after the fight was finished there were four chairs in line again.
During the ext: scene at the warehouse for the final shoot-out, all the bad-guys outside and one of the bad guys that also appears in The Specialist (1994).One second not warring sunglasses and next few seconds sunglasses are on, a few many seconds later (lol) sunglasses off. How the film editor didn't notice this?
The plot of the movie requires the victims to try and reach the Mississippi River. In the opening scene, we see a desperate veteran running through the French Quarter (which is located in downtown New Orleans). Moments later, we see him running through a park towards the Mississippi River...with New Orleans visible in the background *across* the river.
When Fouchon is going over Chance Boudreaux's military record he says that (Chance) was apart of Marine Force Recon and his file even says U.S. Marines but the picture shown in the file shows him wearing a U.S. Army service uniform.
Van Cleaf, after shooting Randal with his shotgun, pumps his weapon to load the next round. However, when the gun battle with Boudreaux begins moments later, Van Cleaf pumps his shotgun again and yet no shell ejects from the chamber.
Hand grenades are triggered by a small primer charge that sets off the plastic explosives through explosion. The primer charge explodes rather than merely causing sparks, which wouldn't set off the explosives anyway.
During the scene right after the medical examiner is shot through the peephole of his front door, the main character checks himself in the mirror. The mirror is half covered in blood splatter from the shooting. The location of the mirror being 25 feet away and at a 90 degree angle to the shooting, and the blood splatter pattern that looks like it is come from above, makes this an unlikely if not impossible location for blood splatter.
Nat's character is from Michigan and her car has Michigan license plates in front and back. However, the state of Michigan doesn't require license plates on the front of cars and only issues one plate when purchased, for the back.
Towards the end Chance operates the slide on his shotgun to eject all of the shells. While he is doing this, a metallic ringing sound is heard while they hit the floor- where in fact, shotgun shells are made primarily of plastic and would not have made this sound.
While on horseback, Douvee points and tells Nat to go and call the sheriff. She rides off. Next they both arrive at the warehouse together, but that's because Nat didn't go to call the sheriff when she rode off. And that's why Douvee looks awkward when she leave him standing alone.
When Van Cleef killed the doctor, completely covering peephole & shooting thru the peephole. When Fouchon and Van Cleef are seen leaving after the doctor is dead, there is no damage to the peephole from the inside, nor the door for that matter, even though the bullet supposedly went thru and shot the doctor in the head.
During the warehouse fight Fouchon's jacket is catches fire and he throws it into a wall. During this scene (and scene shortly afterwards) you can clearly see fire retardant gel on actor Lance Henriksen's hair. Gel was clearly used to protect the actor's hair from catching fire.