Goofs from Thor: Ragnarok
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- When Skurge is firing is AR rifles "Dez" and "Troy," no shells are coming out of the rifles' ejector ports.
- Heimdell's cloak reappears during some dialogue after he discards it during the battle on the Rainbow Bridge.
- When Loki and Thor first meet up on Sakaar, Loki reveals that he's been there for weeks and yet despite this, Loki is somehow completely unaware that Hulk is also on Sakaar as shown by his reaction in the battle arena. This seems incredibly unlikely considering that not only is Hulk a huge celebrity there, but also that Loki had gotten in good graces with the Grandmaster. Surely he would have found out who the champion is. His likeness is even featured atop the Grandmaster's tower.
- While firing his guns, Skurge's ejection port on one of his M16's is shown to be closed, but should have been forced open by exiting shell casings. Later it is shown open.
- In the final scene with Skurge, the dust covers on the M16's he was dual wielding can be seen closed. These open upon the first round getting fired.
- Karl Urban's rubber scalp piece has a visible edge.
- When Skurge fires his rifles, he fires a lot more rounds than the 30-round magazines can bold. He fires at least 10 times that.
- In the opening scene, Thor's beard is neatly trimmed, no matter how much time he spent in the cage.
- Korg and his gang take the transport ship to Asgard, but Korg appears on the rainbow bridge before the ship arrives.
- Hela repeatedly states that she needs to track down Heimdall so she can use his sword to open the Bifrost bridge to expand her conquest. However, we have seen (in the first film) that Odin's golden staff can work the Bifrost just as well, and Thor is shown wielding it in the throne room, presumably meaning it was there the whole time.
- When Hela's blade destroys Thor's eye, she strikes the side of his head with a horizontal slashing motion. For such a blow to completely destroy a human eye as shown, it would leave visible cuts on one or both sides of the eye socket. (Given that Asgardian heads and faces externally appear identical to those of normal humans, there is no reason to believe that their skulls do not have the same bony structures around the eye sockets as do those of humans.) The wound shown when Thor turns to face the camera has no such cuts, but instead is characteristic of a stabbing blow into the eye.