Corrected entry: In the Cyclops cave, Odysseus tells his men not to slay the sleeping giant, otherwise they would be trapped behind the huge stone door, yet there is a space above the door showing sunlight about 3 feet by 2 feet. They could not climb up 20 feet to escape?
Corrected entry: Eurylochus' speech to the Trojans when they first discover the horse is slightly out of sync.
Corrected entry: When the wooden horse is being pulled into Troy, there is an overhead shot in which you can tell that it's at least 15 feet taller than the city gates. How did they get it inside?
Corrected entry: When Odysseus goes down to see his ruined ship at Circe's island, he is wearing a tunic. But he comes back in armor.
Corrected entry: Achilles' corpse is covered in wounds when they unveil it. But when Odysseus sets the torch on him, all of these wounds have disappeared.
Corrected entry: Odysseus is dressed differently whilst climbing up the cliff to get to Circe's palace than what he is wearing when he enters the palace.
Corrected entry: The Trojan soothsayer wades out a short distance into the sea (below knee-depth) and then suddenly Poseidon's sea serpent appears and attacks him. Shot cuts backward to a visibly frightened group of Trojans on the shore, and in a flash the soothsayer is much further from the shore than he previously was, struggling in the serpent's coils.
Corrected entry: During the battle in Odysseus (Armand Assante)'s throne room at the end of the film, his son Telemachus hurls two spears at two of the evil suitors. Both are hit in the chest and go flying all the way back across the room to hit the wall. One problem: There's no amount of force from a thrown spear that could make them fly that far! It's ridiculous.
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