Corrected entry: When Ella and Char are talking to Koopooduk at the wedding by the table, Koopooduk walks away past her and to her right behind her. She keeps talking to him but never turns from where he was when she was talking to him (on her left). The film editors forgot to synchronize Koopooduk walking away and Ella talking to him when they combined the two "green screen" shots together into one scene.Nicole Sheldon
Corrected entry: When Ella first convinces Slannen to petition the prince she tells him to come with her because she is on her way to Giantsville and LaMeir is on the way. However, after Char rescues them from the ogres he says they will accompany them to Giantsville because its on the way back to LaMeir.
Corrected entry: When Sir Edgar gives Ella the knife, she has nowhere to put it. How, then, does she hide it and then come up with it during the proposal? She has no pockets, and she isn't holding it when he leads her into the hall of mirrors. She doesn't know where the hall is, so she can't have hide it there. She doesn't pick it up during the proposal, either.
Corrected entry: During the song at the end, when everyone is running, you can see Dame Olga mouthing the words "don't go breakin' my," while the words that are heard are "I won't go breakin' your heart."
Corrected entry: In the beginning, the camera sweeps past a man ringing a bell. His hands stay on the sally - the thicker, padded part of the rope - for an entire forward-and-back swing; were anyone to really do this, one, the bell would not sound evenly, and two, he might be lifted off his feet at the backstroke.
Corrected entry: When Ella and the elf are talking (at the inn in the elf village, I think), he says, "Forget it." in response to one of Ella's comments. By the rules of the curse she should have forgotten what he said, just like she forgets the ogre's name when he says, "Forget it." later in the movie.
Corrected entry: Ella must do as she's told, but during the scene after her step-sister makes her shoplift, Ella's stepmother orders her to tell the truth AFTER the step-sister told her to lie. So why did Ella ONLY tell the lie? She should also have been forced to tell the truth, since her step-mother ordered her to.Kaite13
Corrected entry: Ella is on her way home and the prince is running away from all the teenage girls in the kingdom. They bump into each other, he grabs her and they both fall behind a rock. When everyone is gone, the prince tries to help her up by saying "Allow me." Ella replies "No I don't need your help." However, the prince has given her an order and she should have to obey. Some may say that "Allow me" is only a request, but a little later in the movie, we see that she has to assume it's an order unless the person specifically says it is only a request.