Continuity mistake: During the fight between Aslo and Silas, Aslo is seen lying on his back in a closeup. But when the shot changes to a wide shot, he is suddenly on all fours.
Revealing mistake: Near the end of the movie when everyone except for Peter dies. Lucy is supposed to be dead, but we can still see her breathing.
Continuity mistake: When the White Bitch pours Edward the 40 oz. beer, in the next shot, it's gone.
Revealing mistake: When Jack Swallows stabs Edward with the knife he is injured and passes out, there is no blood on the knife and there is no mark on his shirt.
Continuity mistake: When the Faun is showing his home and P. Diddy is there and the Faun throws a bottle at him. P. Diddy's glasses fall off but when he falls on the ground they are back on.
Revealing mistake: When Susan is chugging beer, it's quite obvious there's nothing in the hose.
Continuity mistake: When Lucy tells Susan to "Get your swerve on", her cup of beer switches hands between shots.
Continuity mistake: When Edward snags the Golden Ticket, he holds it with two hands. In the next shot, he's holding it with one hand.
Continuity mistake: When Edward finds a turd in the sewer line, he has a whole lot of substance on his mouth, but after it cuts to Lucy and Willy, there is less. (00:14:15)
Continuity mistake: In the beginning, when the curator is body-spelling letters, When he bends down to do "D", his hair is down. The next shot, it's right back up.
Continuity mistake: The amount of junk that pours out of the wardrobe greatly minimizes between shots.
Continuity mistake: During the training montage, Peter accidently kills Professer McGonagall and Hagrid. But, in the next shot, their dead bodies are gone.
Continuity mistake: Nacho Libre blows snot all over Edward. In the next shot, he is clean.
Continuity mistake: Towards the end, when Peter pauses the White Bitch, her sword is very close to Peter's, ahem, manhood. But, in the next shot, the sword is much further away.
Revealing mistake: At the end of the movie when everyone is fighting the White Bitch, and Peter runs across 4 men and slices them open with the sword, you can see the first guy in the line falls a little too early.
Chosen answer: This is nothing more than a lame "breaking the fourth wall" gag. Basically, by making the expression the dwarf is showing that all of the actors are just standing still, as opposed to being really frozen.