Gail's earrings, although supposedly the same pair through the entire movie, are two different pairs. One pair is a clip-on which she wears backwards, with the ear pad in the front instead of the back. These are worn high on her earlobes so you can see her pierced hole beneath them. Later, after she is kidnapped by Manute, the earrings are pierced with fishhook posts. After the girls take down the mob, she is back to wearing the reverse clip-on pair. The earrings were very long and dangly and would have been a potential hazard in an action scene. To avoid tearing the actress's lobes the two pairs were used.
In the distance shot of Marv and Wendy driving to the Farm to take out Goldie's killer, we see Marv smoking a cigarette. When the camera cuts to a close-up of Marv and Wendy's faces, the cigarette is instantly out of Marv's mouth and in his hand.
When Hartigan is being beaten before going to jail, there is a close-up of his face. There is a five-inch long, one-inch wide rip in his right cheek. Even though he has scars already on his forehead, this damage just disappears afterward.
Flipped shot: A brief shot of Marv after he has been scratched by Kevin is flipped, the scratches run from bottom right to top left, instead of bottom left to top right as they do when he received them.
When Dwight is hallucinating while driving to the pits, specifically during Jackie Boy's line, "Would you look at that," when Jackie Boy bends his head back, you can clearly see the holes through which fake smoke comes out his neck when he smokes.
When Marv steals the Police Car and ditches it in the water, he gets out of the car while underwater and swims away and comes up through a drainpipe. Once he emerges from the drainpipe, his hair and clothing are dry.
When Hartigan was shot in the back by Bob, we could see the location of everybody on the pier. Bob is in the back, young Nancy is sitting, Hartigan, and then Rourke Jr. is on the floor. Hartigan staggers a little and yet in the next shot he's at the pier's edge which is 6 feet from where he should be.
When Wendy first tries to hit Marv outside the church, his back is to the door of his Mercedes. But when she actually hits him he is parallel to the Mercedes; in his original stance, Wendy would have run into the car.
When Marv is first seen in the bar where Nancy is dancing, he has no plasters on his face (clearly evident when Nancy jumps off stage to greet Hartigan). In a later scene where Marv is in the bar he has white plasters all over his face from his battle with the police.
The Irish assassin shoots Dwight with a Steyr AUG, which is chambered in a .223. When he is examining the badge that stopped the bullet, the slug that is stuck in it is much larger than a .223 would be.
Stuka makes a point of not moving or reacting physically in any way when Miho shoots him with an arrow. So when we pull back to long shot, it's clear from where he's standing the arrow must've come in through the brickwork, not the window.