Corrected entry: After the pie machine is delivered, Mrs. Tweedy hands the instruction manual to Mr. Tweedy and he says "I'll put it together then, shall I?". Then after the pie machine has been put together Mr. Tweedy asks his wife "What is it?". I find it really far-fetched that after reading an entire instruction manual about the machine and putting it together, he still wouldn't know what it actually was.
Corrected entry: How did Ginger get to the dough in the machine without being sliced up? Rocky grabs hold of a bar, makes it fall down, and slides to that place, but there was no bar before that. (Both he and Ginger fall down the "Meat" chute, Rocky almost falls down the "Vegetable" chute, but it changes right before he gets there).
Corrected entry: The Tweedys are obviously very poor, and are desperate for money. But when Mr. Tweedy asks Mrs. Tweedy which chickens he should get to be made into pies, Mrs. Tweedy replies "All of them". What did Ms. Tweedy plan to do after all of those pies were sold? It makes no sense that she would want to kill all the chickens at once.
Corrected entry: The rats are only about half as tall as the chickens. Those are pretty big rats.
Corrected entry: In the beginning, Ginger makes a plan to escape underground. She holds a spoon in her hand, which she is evidently using to escape with. But then she is holding an egg mixer.
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the film, Edwina the chicken is picked up by Mrs Tweedy for not laying any eggs. Edwina is a white chicken. When you see Mrs Tweedy holding up Edwina by the doorway two seconds later, Edwina's colour has changed to brown. Then when there is a close up of the chopping block and the axe, you can see Edwina's bottom half, which has now changed back to white.
Corrected entry: At the end, all the chickens are on a small island in the middle of a lake in a bird sanctuary. But if they landed on that island, where is their plane? It's nowhere to be seen.
Corrected entry: Fowler dances with a rose in his teeth. How did he get that? It doesn't seem like there'd be any growing in the farm.
Corrected entry: The entire plane seems to be struggling when Mrs. Tweedy tries to get in by the wire. Later on, Ginger is able to hold on to the part of wire Mrs. Tweedy is on with one hand.
Corrected entry: Nick and Fletcher use a clay gnome to disguise themselves to look for equipment. However, that gnome had its head bitten off by a dog in the beginning of the film.
Corrected entry: When the chickens are flying in the plane (as Ginger is trying to get rid of Mrs. Tweedy) they seem to have flown quite far in a straight line. Yet when Ginger finally cuts Mrs. Tweedy off, they are flying over the farm again. They must have a lot of chickens to need a farm that big.
Corrected entry: When Rocky flies in to the farm, he is not wearing a backpack. When he wakes up in the hut, he's not wearing a backpack, but one appears just as he dives out the door.
Corrected entry: Rocky uses a coat hanger to slide on a wire from the top of a hut to the top of the barn where the pie machine is. But the huts are only 4 feet high, while the round opening in the barn is easily 20 feet up. How can Rocky defy gravity and make the slide upwards?
Corrected entry: In the scene when Rocky receives a pin for bravery, he pins it on his handkerchief tied around his neck. In the next scene when he is sitting on the roof with Ginger, the pin is gone.
Corrected entry: While saving Ginger, Rocky tells Bunty to "give him a boost", and then he is shown on top of a telephone pole. However, in the beginning, when "Chicken Run" appears, you can tell there is absolutely no way that a chicken could give another one a boost to get to the top of the telephone wire. Rocky couldn't have climbed up it either, because Mr. Tweedy most likely would have noticed this easy way to escape.
Corrected entry: If you watch Ginger and Rocky flying out of the machine frame by frame, you'll see that they suddenly flip from being feet-first to head-first.