The lens on Sue's ex-husband's camera changes between shots when he is taking pictures of the drug lord executing a captive. When seen head on it is a 500mm mirror lens and from the side it is a 50-300 zoom lens.
After Sue is rescued from Long Island, Mick is in the kitchen preparing breakfast. In the background, we can see that the front door to the apartment is a few inches open. Seconds later, Detective Brennigan walks in and has to open the door first.
When Mick, Leroy Brown, and Rat's gang are driving from the city to Long Island, Rat is driving the car. We hear a grinding sound, followed by Leroy telling Rat to take it easy on the clutch. However, we never once see Rat's hands leave the steering wheel to shift the car.
When Mick, Leroy Brown, and Rat's gang are driving from the city to Long Island, the comment is made to "take it easy with the clutch." A Cadillac Sedan Deville has an automatic transmission hence, no clutch.
When Sue is kidnapped and taken to long island, then escorted into Rico's house she is carrying her purse. Since women carry many things in their purse that could be used as a weapon (nail file, keys, etc.) her purse should have been taken away from her.
When the frequently-food-stuffing Aborigine asks his pal in his native tongue if it's okay for him to use the captives as part of his next meal, the pal answers him in English. When conversing with each other, Natives usually would speak their own language if it was unnecessary for any English-speaking bystanders to know what they were saying. However, in this case the conversation is clearly staged to intimidate the captives.
When Mick prepares the first trap for Rico and his men he tells Sue take her bra off. Later, when Mick goes to make his 'phone call' and has Sue gather up the berries the outline of a bra is visible through her shirt.
The fuse on the dynamite stick does not ignite before Mick removes the lit cigarette from it. Obviously a different stick (or the same one properly ignited with a Bic lighter) was used in the next shot, when the fuse is visibly smoking.