When Annie drops off "DOH form number 43807-8" to the clerk at the government office, she also puts down $43.55 in change and bills. When she first puts it down, the bills are rolled up inside a small yellow elastic band parallel to the counter's edge, with the change away from Annie and towards the clerk. In the next shot the bills are vertical, the band is now a neon yellow shoelace, and the change is along the side of the rolled up bills. The clerk then removes the tie from around the bills (which is now again the original plastic band), and drops the money on the counter. She starts to drag the bills off the counter with a pencil, and in the reverse shot, as she drags the bills all the way off, all the change has disappeared.
During the reprise of "Tomorrow," Annie, Grace, and Will are running holding hands. In the next shot, Grace is a few steps behind, not holding Annie's hand. In the next shot, they are all holding hands.
When Annie puts first puts the change down on the counter at the government office, there are only three coins, which total 55 cents - two quarters and a nickel. In the next shot, there are now six coins totaling 85 cents, two quarters, three dimes, and a nickel. The coins then become 55 cents when seen in the next shot. Finally, when the clerk takes the bills, the coins disappear completely.
In the opening title sequence, Annie boards the No. 1 train at 125th St., departs a No. 6 train at Grand Central, exits at Franklin Street back on the No. 1 train, then goes to a restaurant on 12th St. Annie would not have to had to get off the No. 1, nor would she have gone to Grand Central crosstown. Franklin Street is also too far south on the No. 1 train for 12th Street in Greenwich Village.
During the final chase, they cross the George Washington Bridge from New York to New Jersey. Afterward, they're followed by NYPD cop cars instead of New Jersey police cars. Suddenly, they are at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, more than 20 miles to the south, near the Holland Tunnel.
When Annie and Will are riding in the helicopter, they are talking to each other without wearing headphones which is often an impossibility in helicopters. However, in many "Executive" interior fitted helicopters, like the Bell 429 in the film, the noise level is greatly reduced to the point were individuals can talk, watch movies and listen to music very comfortably without the use of headphones.
Guy shows the clip of Will saving Annie on the screen, and says that someone recorded it and put it on the internet. However, the video was shown from the front angle of the van when it was approaching, then from the side of the van when Will pulled Annie out, the same edit the audience saw in the movie. If the bystander had recorded on the phone, it would only feature one angle.