Corrected entry: The Joker publicly announces on television that he will be throwing a huge parade through the streets of the city. So this would be a great opportunity for the police department to apprehend the Joker and his henchmen. Instead, when the parade takes place there is not one police officer seen anywhere.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Napier is getting his bandages taken off, he face is supposed to be white. However, if you freeze-frame as he is running up the stairs, the light swings toward him and his face is flesh tone.
Corrected entry: When Commissioner Gordon takes the mega phone from Eckhardt during the Axis raid, there is a row of about 4 or 5 cops stood behind Gordon as Eckhardt sneaks off. Then it cuts to a closer shot of Gordon and you can still see one or two of the cops. When it cuts wide to show Gordon again the row of cops has disappeared.
Corrected entry: When the female newscaster is dead on the floor she takes a slow, deep breath.
Corrected entry: During the Joker's parade the size of the balloons increases, instead of decreases, as the gas is released. Whether this is from the balloons or the canisters is irrelevant, the ballons still increase in size immediately and continue to do so until Batman captures them. They do not appear to increase in size as Batman takes them into the upper atmosphere so the size change has nothing to do with atmospheric pressure.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Vicky Vale and Knox are looking into the mirror and wandering around Bruce Wayne's armour room, after Bruce leaves them it shows them being video-taped by a camera through the mirror, which is completely sound-proof. However, in the next scene, it shows the tape playing and you can very clearly hear their foot-steps as they walk around.
Corrected entry: It would appear that the aiming mechanism on the Batplane could use a bit of fine tuning. During the scene where Batman is flying the plane towards The Joker, he gets Joker in his crosshairs and fires, however, the bullets simply hit the ground on both of Joker's sides in a very theatrical manner instead of hitting the man himself. While this was obviously done for the sake of getting a fantastic visual, there isn't much sense to it.