Carver refers to Kira as their "patient zero" a couple of times. But the term is correctly used to mean the first person who gets sick at the outbreak of a disease. She's not a "patient zero", she's their first successful test subject.
During the final scene when the mover Victor breaks open the locker to retrieve the case, when the camera pans out to a wider view the locker is clearly no longer broken but is closed and in perfect condition.
After being freed from the trunk of a car during the shoot-out at the construction site, Nick picks up two guns. He is seen picking them up, holding them in the elevator, and still holding two when he presses against the wall, but as soon as he fires his first shot, he is only holding one gun with both hands.
Nick's flashback of Henry talking in the restaurant does not match up to the original scene. In original scene the floating gun is pressed to Henrys cheek however in the flashback the gun is pressed to his temple. Secondly Henry refers to the drug as "the stuff" in the flashback but he only referred to the drug as "it" during the original scene.
When Kira is on the bed with Nick in the hotel, she has her head facing up. She then turns her head to the side before Cassie enters the room. When the camera cuts back to Kira, her head is back in the same position.
About one hour into the film, Nick Gant (Chris Evans) goes to speak with Henry Carver (Djimon Hounsou) in a restaurant. Using his telekinetic power, Nick elevates two pistols up to ceiling height - but despite the mirror-finish of much of the ceiling trim, their is no reflection for the weapons, only that of Nick, walking beneath them.