Corrected entry: The entire scene with the rebel bombers is ridiculous. First, they are incredibly slow, ponderous craft that are impractical in the extreme. Their slowness also makes no sense, as there are far larger, more massive ships that move at relatively high velocities, so their size/mass isn't enough. Second, the idea of "dropping bombs" on a ship in space violates the laws of physics. They are not near enough a gravity well to exert the force needed to pull the bombs downward. The ships themselves cannot exert such a field, no matter how big they are. If they did, ALL craft flying by them would be pulled toward or into them, and the people on board would not be able to move due to the crushing gravity field. The bombs are not shown to be pushed out in any way, and in fact Poe keeps yelling to drop the bombs. But instead they open the bomb-bay doors as if in a WWII plane, and when the bombs are released they fall to the ship as they would above a planet.
Corrected entry: How does Luke know Rey's name? She never tells him her name, only where she is from. After he agrees that Jakku is nowhere he then says "why are you here, Rey from nowhere." As he is turned off from the force he would not have known her name unless she told him, and she didn't. This sequence is uninterrupted so there's no time offscreen for her to have told him.
Corrected entry: The bridge of the Rebel cruiser is destroyed by TIE fighters when Leia is thrown out of the ship, but when Admiral Holdo goes back when she is the only one left on the ship, it is rebuilt.
Corrected entry: If the ship couldn't be hit because of its shields being up, how did the bridge get taken out?
Corrected entry: During the bombing run on the Dreadnaught, Paige is on her back, kicking to try to get the bomb bay door trigger to fall down to her. When it finally does, and her arm shoots out to grab it, it is clear that she is now on her stomach, despite having no time to flip over. (About a second of time passes from when the trigger falls to when she grabs it).wizard_of_gore
Corrected entry: Spoiler: When Luke's body disappears into the force, his robe floats away into the air, but there's no sign of his metallic hand, which should fall to the ground but instead disappears with the rest of him. And if that's what happens to clothes/objects on his person...why not the robe?
Corrected entry: The Resistance ships are flying in front of the First Order Destroyers, and slow down when they run out of fuel. But there's no friction in space, and they're already at maximum speed trying to escape, so they should keep moving forwards at the same speed whether they've got fuel or not.
Corrected entry: Chewie breaks down the door, throws it across the room and it's all bent up, but later on that evening Luke opens it and it's perfect.