When Naruto's jumping across the rooftops, he jumps past a post that appears to have a stoplight attached to it. Odd, considering the fact that cars don't exist in the Naruto universe.
Earlier it was said that the mark on Menma's arm shows up when he sweats, but at one point he has sweat all over him, but the mark is not visible.
At the end of the previous episode, Menma's wound was bleeding badly all over his coat, but at the beginning of this episode, continuing the same scene, the cut was a lot smaller, there was no blood, and his coat had disappeared.
Shin was able to survive Naruto's Rasengan to the head and is seen tied up in the next scene, unharmed.
When Neji is talking to the woman and her child about the influence of Orochimaru, look at his headband. The symbol shows an actual leaf instead of a swirl, while Naruto's and Tenten's are normal.
When we get a close up of Gantetsu bending the bars, they have been bent pretty far apart, but when the point of view zooms out, the bars are barely bent at all.
The boat falling off of the waterfall would never have caused a fire.
When one of the shinobazu made the tributary for the bottom half of the boat to travel down, he tunneled it into a cliff face, but in this episode, the boat does not go into the tunnel, but off a waterfall?
The snake that obstructs the way of Naruto's three man party is, in reality, not poisionous at all. It is a king snake, often confused with the actually deadly corral snake. As the rhyme says: "Red touches black, (referring to the stripes) venom lack. Red touches yellow, kill a fellow".
When Todoroki is telling Naruto they should kill Gantetsu before the Shinobazu get him, we see him from behind. If you look at his left side, the sheath for his sword is nowhere to be seen.
Shura Sanjuro (the shinobi with the umbrella-style weapon) is most likely from the Village Hidden in the Rain. This umbrella-style weapon is typically used in that village.
During the cave-in, at one point the box containing the Kacho Fugetsu is right at the end of a rock, just about to fall, but when the point of view changes to that of Shin'emon, the box still manages to slide further without falling.
At one point in the episode, Naruto's head disappears due to an animation error.
Hinata was able to survey the whole village of Konoha with her Byakugan, but unless her ability is a lot stronger than Neji's, she should not be able to see beyond 50 meters.
This is the only episode where Orochimaru's theme music is used out of context or reference to Orochimaru so far. This happened during the scene where Naruto initially finds out he is trapped in a genjutsu.
When Gai, Kiba, Hinata, Shino, and Sakura were running down the path Sakura was running close to the left side of it, but she tripped over Naruto whose feet which were barely sticking out of the right side of the path.
About 28 minutes into the movie, after the big storm at sea, when the big cat Cham approaches Hikaru, there are several brief shots that show Lee standing next to Kakashi and not wearing his leg-weights or leg-warmers. About a minute and a half later in the same scene -- when Lee hasn't moved a bit -- you can see him again standing in the same spot, but this time with his leg-warmers in place.
When this episode was first announced and aired, it was titled Episode 202 by Studio Pierrot. Minutes after airing, it was announced as a non-mainstream episode, and was to be dubbed as "Episode 201 1/2". Shortly after, it was changed back to Episode 202, much the confusion of fans.
Chouji increases the size of his arms such that they were almost as large as the Great Stone Faces, and then hangs them in front of the Third Hokage's face. However, when the summoned bird explodes and we get a point of view from the shinobi down in the village, we do not see Chouji's arms hanging in front of the face.
Neji's Byakugan is supposed to only be able to see for a 50 meter radius, but is still able to determine that the whole of the village is mapped in explosive tags.
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