Corrected entry: When Captain Jack is chained to the chair in King George's quarters, his first action is to try to snatch a cream puff from a plate on the table. There are two pastries on the plate when he first sees them, but by the time he slides the chair over to the table, the plate suddenly has about half-a-dozen puffs on it.
Corrected entry: The silver chalices have glass cups set in a silver goblet, and these cups break when the chalices are damaged by the Spaniard. When Cruz's character "drinks" from the chalice, you can see that the glass is broken before the silver rim, so when she tilted it to drink, the contents would have poured out of the hole, not into her mouth.Ian Hunt
Corrected entry: Barbossa and Captain Jack Sparrow have been captured by the Spaniards and are each tied to a tree. Barbossa removes his wooden leg and lifts it high above his face in order to drink the liquid (presumably rum) that was concealed in the hollow top. Captain Jack then takes the wooden leg and holds it under his lips. He tilts it very slightly, then smacks his lips, but there is no way he could have gotten any rum from it in that position.