Corrected entry: When Bill drops the bride off at Pai Mei's temple, he says good bye at the truck. He then takes off in the truck. Before he gets into the truck it is pointed in the direction of the steps and the trees. It is still pointed in that direction as he says good bye and starts up the truck. When he hits the accelerator the truck is now pointed in the direction of the road and goes straight down the road that was off to the right side.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Elle is talking to Budd as he dies, there is a porn mag next to his head with a large phone number across it, but upside down, reading "TAWT-KRAD-008-1". After he dies, Elle phones Bill and you can see over her shoulder Budd's head with the mag now facing 180 degrees the other way.
Corrected entry: During the fight scene between Elle and Beatrix, as Beatrix discovers Budd's Hanso sword, 15 seconds elapse from when Elle was shown striding down the hallway toward the trailer living room and when she picked up and unsheathed the sword. The sword was seen earlier in the fight when she tried to climb back through the bathroom wall to get it, and it was only about 3 feet away from the entrance from the hallway to the living room, so it makes no sense for her to delay long enough to allow Beatrix to get the sword from the golf bag and read the inscription.
Corrected entry: When the bride is eating rice with Pai Mei she is having trouble with the chopsticks. Before she throws down the chopsticks the rice bowl is very full and has a level top layer of rice. After she throws the chopsticks down and tries to eat with her hands, there is less rice in the bowl and a pile in the center of the bowl for her to grab.
Corrected entry: Pai Mai has the "traditional" obviously-stuck-on, netting-backed beard, mustache, and hair which was always so painfully visible in samurai movies and TV shows such as "Monkey", amongst others. The mannerisms of Pai Mai, and the use of sudden camera zoom-ins and angles are all an homage to the classic Japanese martial arts movies from the 1960's and 1970's, which is never seen now as film makers strive for "realism".
Corrected entry: When Beatrix and Elle run at each other with the swords, go frame by frame. They are just running around each other, Beatrix runs closest to the wall while Elle runs closest to the bathroom.
Corrected entry: When Budd shoots Beatrix with rock salt, her chest is bloodily obliterated. But when she confronts Bill just a few days or weeks later, her exposed decolletage is perfect, unscathed and unblemished. In fact, despite the fact that the time frame allows little to no recovery time between battles, every time Beatrix kills off a new member of the Viper Assassination Squad, she shows no bruises or scars from the wounds she received previously.
Corrected entry: In the scene with Elle in Budd's trailer, just after he dies and she finishes her monologue with him, she proceeds to the pile of money near the door and starts throwing bunches of it back into the red bag. Watch Budd's body. As soon as the first wad of cash hits the bag, Budd flinches noticeably.
Corrected entry: Near the end of the film, where Bill is talking to Beatrix about Superman and alter egos (inside the house), he shoots her in the knee cap with a dart gun. Then, the next morning, when she's carrying B.B., she isn't limping and she shouldn't even be able to carry anything the weight of a small child.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Uma gets shot in the church, Sofie Fatale is not in the church, but she was in the church at this time in Vol. 1.
Corrected entry: In the scene outside Bud's trailer Beatrix has been shot, in the next scene she emerges from the coffin without a mark on her.
Corrected entry: Before the fight scene in the trailer between Elle and The Bride, Bud's body has gone. Elle was picking up her cash, not moving the body before The Bride arrived.
Corrected entry: In the scene when Uma is doing the pregnancy test, she uses a Rolex watch, but the watch has a ticking second hand, whereas real Rolex watches have a swiping movement.
Corrected entry: When Bea escapes from the buried coffin, she's seen wriggling out of her boots to free herself from her feet being tied up, leaving her only wearing socks. Later, she's seen totally barefoot walking across the desert. What happened to her socks?
Corrected entry: At the very end of the movie they say it's the next day (after she kills Bill) Beatrix is in a hotel room with her daughter. As she's laying on the washroom floor her hair is long and brown. Just the day before, her hair was short and blonde. The last scene she is driving away with her hair short and blonde again.