Corrected entry: When Ace removes the apple core from a tribe member, it is quite clear that the head is a rubber head.
Corrected entry: While Ace is inside the rhino, he completely strips himself, except for his watch. This watch magically vanishes when he crawls out. He could've taken it off during the cut, but there is no point in doing that. Also the ray of light shines horizontally through the opening, which is near impossible during daytime. (00:42:20)
Corrected entry: There's a scene where Ace is poking himself in the eye to make the other guy squeamish. If you look careful in the next shot where Ace shouts "spill it." you can just about see that his eye is all red and bloodshot - he must have poked his eye a bit more than he meant to.
Corrected entry: At the beginning when the slinky is going down the large flight of stairs, you can clearly see that the stairs level off at certain points, making it impossible for the slinky to continue moving all the way down.
Corrected entry: On the plane trip to the consulate, the stewardess offers peanuts. After that, you see he is eating sunflower seeds.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Ace confronts the Chancellor about the stolen bat at the end of the movie, the Chancellor is playing chess with himself. When the camera angles switch, the chess pieces disappear. You can hear the chess pieces clattering to the floor after Ace makes a broad sweep of the arm in the shot before, but they then reappear in their starting positions.
Corrected entry: On the plane to Africa, the stewardess asks Ace if he wants peanuts but he winds up eating sunflower seeds or something of that nature because he spits the shells out on the man's arm.