It really is so bad you have to watch it. Wayne Williams has called out a lot of the continuity errors, which is a real irony given the plot line is about poor continuity in some photo evidence of adultery - excellent.
The acting is dreadful. I can only assume it's a combination of bad writing and direction as many of the actors have had fine performances in other productions. Riley Jackson trumps the rest of the cast for the most ridiculously exaggerated acting. (How did she get such a strong US accent with a British father, a US mother with a soft accent and growing up in Belgium?!!)
Obviously made for a US audience, with planted English, such as the Antwerpen fire fighters "Brandweer" having the English word "Fire" on the back of their uniforms and the "News" van being labelled in English, just in case you couldn't figure out what it was.
And how clever was the news reporter to jump straight into asking questions about the building's fire control systems, a few minutes into the incident!!!
Some continuity bloopers to add to Wayne's list:- the fire crews putting on the English worded uniforms, climbing into their European fire trucks, driving to the fire in their US fire trucks and arriving there in their European trucks again,the elevators in the 60+ floor building have about a dozen floor selection buttonsmother and daughter got progressively dirtier through the film for no apparent reason with the daughter picking up scratches on both cheeks, but they walk out of the building just after the final explosion, which destroyed the building, a lot cleaner and the daughter's right cheek had healed nicely,the helicopter lands, keeps running while the passengers climb in and the pilot flicks about 20 switches (what the hell) in order to take off, no wonder it was predictably caught in a blast from 40 stories lower down,while falling the helicopter spins, but the instruments (artificial horizon) indicate it's rolling,the sound effect for the crashed helicopter is a crackling fire, but there isn't the slightest visible hint of any flames,what the hell were all the fire fighters doing outside the building at the fire trucks, did any actually go in,most unconvincing elevator shaft ever.
Look out for the engineer wearing a yellow helmet, in the background, just before the explosion. He's so funny, wobbling his head back and forth in order to use a ratchet spanner or socket, very badly.
What's with all the random steel girders loitering in the ceiling space, waiting to fall out on their victims below, one of whom gets up and limps out of the building.
And there must be lots more. Seriously watch this film, but be prepared to enjoy how bad it is.