Corrected entry: All clones should look like Jango. However, in one shot during Kenobi's visit in the clone-factory they look like Padmé's guard captain.
Corrected entry: So, a clone army is being developed, supposedly for the Republic. The template they are using for the cloning is Jango Fett, who is an ally to Count Dooku. Yet, when the Clone Army of the Republic goes to Genoisis and they are fighting Dooku, he's wondering how the Jedi managed to come up with such an army so quickly...
Corrected entry: On Tatooine, Amidala presses a button to retransmit the message from Obi-wan. A moment later, she presses the same button to bring up the map showing Obi-wan's location and the distances between Tatooine and Couruscant. Not only does this same button do double duty, but with one press it knows she wants to show the location of the three planets.
Corrected entry: Toward the end of the movie, there are plans for a weapon that the "republic must not know we are building". It looks like the Death Star from Episode 4. However, according to many sources, the Death Star was made under the rule of the Empire. Palpatine personally oversaw its design, which was made by the same man that later designed 2 other super-weapons. How can it be that such a weapon is thought about when the person that designed the planet destroying super-laser, and the housing for it (The Death-Star itself) isn't even a teenager yet?
Corrected entry: When Anakin visits Cliegg Lars on Tatooine, it has only been 10 years since he left his mother. Ten years is not long enought for her to have been sold by Watto, marry Lars and have a fully grown child.
Corrected entry: In Empire Strikes Back, Yoda tells Luke that he trained Obi-Wan. In Episode I Qui-gon had trained Obi-Wan.
Corrected entry: In the final battle, Mace Windu has climbed aboard Yoda's open ship and turns around to deflect the blaster shots with his lightsaber. However, one of the shots slips through and would have hit him right in the chest. About 10 centimeters from his body, the red shot mysteriously vanishes... Obviously an interaction between live character and CGI that went wrong. (01:57:10)
Corrected entry: When Boba Fett picks up his dad's helmet (presumably with head still inside) it is remarkably lightweight.
Corrected entry: During the conversation with supreme chancellor Palpatine at the very begining of the film, he states that he will not let this Republic which has stood for a thousand YEARS be split in two. This is an error as the Republic has stood for a thousand GENERATIONS (as stated by Obi-wan in episode 4).