Obi-Wan Kenobi: Well you've lost him.
Anakin Skywalker: I'm deeply sorry, Master...
Obi-Wan Kenobi: That was some "shortcut", Anakin. He went completely the other way! Once again you've proved...
Anakin Skywalker: If you'll excuse me. [Jumps out of the speeder.]
Obi-Wan Kenobi: I hate it when he does that.
The tower where Dooku meets Sidious at the end of the movie is obviously incomplete (unfinished parts can be seen). It also looks very much like the Emperor's Citadel, briefly seen in the cutscenes of the Tie Fighter computer game (then, completed). See more...
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Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) - 158 mistakes
Directed by George Lucas, starring Anthony Daniels, Christopher Lee, Ewan McGregor, Frank Oz, Hayden Christensen, Ian McDiarmid, Kenny Baker, Natalie Portman, Samuel L. Jackson, Temuera Morrison (add more)
People are fixated on Owen and C-3P0 not recognising each other in Episode 4, when they've been around each other in this film. Easy. The droids' memories get wiped at some point (presumably when they're sent with Padme and Bail Organa in a few years' time), and Owen either: experiences a lot of droids, and a few of them may have similar/identical names, or doesn't recognise C-3PO because he looks very different between Episodes 2 and 4, or else recognises them when we first see him in episode 4, but figures they won't remember him due to their memories being wiped, and him getting worked up over a couple of random droids would alert Luke's suspicions. Or any number of other explanations that Mr. Lucas may have planned - lots work.
Continuity: When Anakin and Padmé embrace outside the moisture farm, there's a dark, round spot in the sand next to them, that wasn't there in the previous shot of Anakin. Anakin can't have been standing on it in the previous shot, because he is standing about one metre away from the position of the spot in both shots (watch his shadow, it is in the same position in both shots).
Continuity: In the wideshot where the droidekas are rolling into the arena, Anakin, Obi-Wan and Padmé are all looking in the left direction and Padmé is looking over Anakin's left shoulder. In the close-up, Obi-Wan is looking the other way, Padmé is looking over Anakin's right shoulder and Anakin's hands have moved from his waist to being in front of his chest.
Continuity: In the close-up where Anakin and Padmé disembark the boat, a man is carrying two big suitcases. In the next wide-shot, the man is carrying one big suitcase and a small one. The small one had already been carried away in the previous shot, where it can be seen standing in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Continuity: After Obi-Wan is wounded during the lightsabre duel, in the shot where he falls to the floor, he can be seen falling near the ramp of Count Dooku's starship. But in the following wideshot (and in the rest of the scene), he's lying much further away from the ramp, and his lightsabre is lying further away from him as well. Also, the place where he lies changes between quite a few shots, even shots that follow directly after one other. This can be seen from the pattern on the floor.