Corrected entry: At the beginning when Amidala meets with Palpatine and Yoda, two guards are standing in the corners of the room. They're dressed identically to the Imperial Guards from ROTJ - a hint as to what's coming...
Corrected entry: This movie has interesting parallels to 'The Empire Strikes Back': first appearance of a bounty hunter named Fett; two of the principal characters fall in love; a chase into and through an asteroid field; a massive attack of a clone army against rebel forces (in this movie, the Separatists) with combat walkers; a Skywalker loses his hand to a Siths lightsaber.
Corrected entry: When Dooku is being followed by the ship we see him look at his scanner to see who it is following then tell his guards to attack them. His scanner is showing an impossible view - Dooku can see the back of the ship following him. The only way for that to happen is if Dooku had a camera flying behind the transport. That's not reasonable or logical when a simple "rear-view" would give him the same info.
Corrected entry: There is a scene midway through the film where Anakin and Padme are spending quality time together in a field, with a backdrop of huge waterfalls surrounding them. Those are awfully quiet waterfalls. Through this entire scene they speak at a normal volume, but if they were that close to that many high waterfalls, they would have to shout.
Corrected entry: As they are leaving the Geonosis arena rescue of the Jedi, Yoda turns to Mace and says, "If escape Dooku does, rally more systems to his cause he will". Why didn't they just order the gunship's pilots and gunners to take out Dooku right then and there? Dooku was still standing on his balcony watching them fly off. Even if the gunships were under continued blaster fire by the droids below, wouldn't the goal of taking out Dooku justify the danger of remaining in the area? Instead, they fly off some five miles away to engage the Federation army and starships.
Corrected entry: In the scene with Anakin on top of Zam's speeder, Zam turns and looks at Anakin on the side of the vehicle. For two seconds, she has the appearance as if she were shot with a toxic dart, before it even occurs.
Corrected entry: After Padme's ship is destroyed, she says that she believes Count Dooku is behind it. Why would the leader of the Separatists assassinate a senator voting against the army of the Republic? In order for her conclusion to make sense, she would have to know that Dooku and Palpatine are working together.
Corrected entry: Remember in The Empire Strikes Back, when Boba Fett didn't fall for Han Solo's trick of having the Millennium Falcon cling to the Imperial starship? Now we know why. He remembered back to when he was just a kid, and his father (Jango Fett) lost track of Obi-wan Kenobi, who clung to an asteroid in the same way. No doubt that in Empire Strikes Back, Boba Fett was thinking, "That trick may have worked on my dad once, but it's not going to work again."
Corrected entry: In the scene where Mace Windu kills Jango Fett, his head falls off. In a later shot when his son looks at his head it is obvious that it is just a helmet.
Corrected entry: There is a shot during the opening battle in the arena, right before Dooku says "Master Windu, you have fought galantly..." where Obi-Wan appears to be checking the pulse of a fallen Jedi. If you look closely on that Jedi's shoulder, you can see that Obi-Wan's lightsaber has a shadow. (01:55:30)
Corrected entry: In the scene when Anakin and Padme's spaceship approaches Naboo, if you look closely, you can see Hudson Bay and the East Coast of North America under the clouds. The image of Naboo was stock footage of Earth. Also, Geonosis (in a later scene) appears to be stock footage of Jupiter.
Corrected entry: While in the droid factory Anakin's cloak gets caught on the tip of his lightsaber for a second when he takes it off.