Corrected entry: 1961 Chateau Latour is the wine Skinner uses to bait Linguini into revealing information about the rat he suspects. Cheval Blanc 1947 is the wine Anton Ego drinks with his meal when reviewing Gusteau's. Although the two wines make a clever reference to famous bottles in foodie culture, in real life these wines auction for thousands of dollars and would be unrealistic to drink in those circumstances.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Remy and Emile are spotted by the old lady in the cottage, she pulls a gun out from her right. As she gets the gun an umbrella flies towards her. But in the next scene, even though the gun and the umbrella were apart, The umbrella has ended up in the barrel of it.
Corrected entry: In the scene near the beginning where the old lady is shooting at the rats they start escaping through the windows at the front of the house, but in the opening shot of the film (which chronologically happens at the same time) they are nowhere to be found.
Corrected entry: French star ratings only go up to three stars. However Gesteau gets a five star rating. This is maybe because English people would not understand why a three star rating is superior in French guides.
Corrected entry: There are multiple times when mice are shown to be cooking while standing on the edges of pots and pans. Example: when Remy is first making the soup he his standing on the edge of the pot. However, when a pot is heated, all metal parts become hot. A mouse standing on the rim would have burned his paws off.