Corrected entry: Around the end of the movie, where Emily Browning (Baby Doll) and Abbie Cornish (Sweet Pea) are trying to make their escape, we see a guard (Peter Bryant) being distracted by some electronic device like an iPhone - he's holding it sideways with white earphones coming out of it. This movie take places in the 1950s. (01:31:20)
Corrected entry: During the second dance sequence where Babydoll, Rocket, and Sweet Pea are fighting the strange gas-filled creatures to get to the map, Babydoll at one point picks up a spear of some kind and begins stabbing the creatures with it. However, there is one instance where she stabs one through the head near a wall, and it is blatantly obvious that she simply moved it to the side of his head so as not to harm the actor inside. You don't even need slow motion, I noticed it in the theater on my first time watching this movie.
Corrected entry: Before the dragon scene, when Babydoll is on stage she doesn't have an earpiece, but after the dragon fighting when she's on stage again she has it. (00:55:45 - 01:04:20)
Corrected entry: In the scene where the girls are fighting in the enemy trenches, Rocket throws a gun into a small slow-motion flip and catches it. Just before the camera shot cuts to behind her the handle of the gun is facing towards herself. The camera shot then cuts to behind her and the gun handle is now facing away from her.
Corrected entry: When the main characters are into the second fantasy (the one about the war with the Germans), they get to the bunker to get the map and the doors of the bunker closes and Babydoll gets stuck with the enemies inside. Then, there is a shot just when she's about to kill the soldiers that are aiming at her with their guns, and you can see in the background that the gates are open and not closed.
Corrected entry: Throughout the film, we always seem to have a spin-around transition from behind Baby Doll when she enters a dream sequence. Numerous times in the film, when her hair is parted in the back into pony tails, every other shot showing the back of her head the position and line of her parted hair changes. Sometimes it's left of centre, sometimes it's right of centre, and other times, it's how fine-toothed the comb or wide-toothed the comb was used to part it.