Corrected entry: On the potion bottle Shrek, Donkey, and Puss steal from Fairy Godmother's potion factory, it says that the potion will affect the drinker and their true love. That means Shrek, Donkey, Fiona AND Dragon should be affected by the potion because Donkey drank the potion and Dragon is his true love, but she wasn't affected by it.
Corrected entry: In the 'chase scene' in the Fairy Godmother's factory, Shrek, Donkey and Puss spin quickly on a rotating device. In the shots where they are spinning, there is no sign of anyone in the background. Yet there is a gang of archers who had been shooting at them in the same room. (00:44:40)
Corrected entry: When Donkey drinks the magic potion that transforms him, presumably Dragon would transform too, since she is Donkey's partner. However during the period while Donkey is transformed, we know that Dragon transports the other creatures to Far Far Away to rescue Shrek and Donkey from the knights. The Dragon could not have done this if she was transformed, unless she was transformed into something else that could fly fast. So this means that the filmmakers are claiming that a Dragon (or another flying creature) and a Stallion is in fact ideal a "happily ever after" romantic pairing, or they made a mistake.
Corrected entry: When Shrek, Donkey and Fiona first travel to Far Far Away Land, the shots and dialogue imply that it takes a few days to get there. Or at the least, several hours.When Pinocchio, Gingerbread Man and others go to rescue them, they arrive within the space of one or two songs at the concert.
Corrected entry: The dove that crashes into the castle during Fiona's homecoming entrance disappears after the King steps over him and descends the stairs. The bird should be visible during several subsequent shots and none of the King's attendants would have removed it - everyone is still immobile with the shock of seeing the ogres and no one except the leads have moved.
Corrected entry: When the trio first enters Far Far Away, we see a "Farbucks" on one corner of the main street. When Mongo and Shrek tear through town toward the end of the movie, The "Farbucks" is now in the center of the block (and the townspeople run from one to the other, across the street, again, in the middle of the block).
Corrected entry: Shortly after Fiona's dog is introduced, he is seen on the sofa while Shrek and Fiona are talking. The dog yips throughout the scene, but early on he yips twice and only opens his mouth once. Dogs must move their jaws when they bark, otherwise it sounds like a whine instead. (00:21:55)
Corrected entry: Fiona knocks out Charming at the ball. Puss, sitting on donkey's back, holds the magic wand. They are 5-7 meters from the spot where Charming falls. There is a short clip where the Fairy Godmother talks with the King - and suddenly Charming grabs the wand from Puss. He couldn't have gotten up and over there so fast - and without anyone noticing.
Corrected entry: The hook handed man's voice changes between the two times he is playing the piano in the Poison Apple, due to the two different singers used to voice him. (00:26:35 - 00:58:05)
Corrected entry: When the pig is holding onto the fairy godmother's leg, his hat falls off and lands underneath. But as the fight for the wand continues, that hat disappears.
Corrected entry: Just one shot before Pinnochio is finally tangled in stripes, we can see his limbs are only a little bit wrapped in stripes, and then we see him tangled completely in stripes many times.
Corrected entry: When the fairy tale creatures are watching T.V., the Gingerbread Man drops a buffalo wing to the floor in astonishment, but a couple shots later it's gone.
Corrected entry: In the beginning scene at the tower, just after Prince Charming slides down the rope across the lake of lava, you can see a small flock of birds flying around the highest point of the tower. In the shot after Charming uses his breath spray, the birds are nowhere to be seen. (00:02:05)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Shrek, Fiona and her family are dining, when Shrek and Fiona's father start to bicker and angrily eat their food, they both go for the pig in the middle of the table. This should have been impossible as the table in other shots is shown to be too long for either of them to reach considering they are both sitting at opposite ends. This is shown especially when the pig goes flying into the air. (00:17:30)