Corrected entry: In the scene where the Hulk destroys the tanks, we see see a close-up of the tank tread on the soft sand. Later in the scene the Hulk swings a 20 ton turret around and throws it off into the distance. While the Hulk has incredible strength, the desert sand does not, so it would not bear the immense reaction forces required. Simply, he should have sunk into the sand.
Corrected entry: Near the beginning of the film when Bruce first turns into the Hulk, he tosses the gamma machine out of the lab and into the road outside, but if you use frame by frame or slow motion from a view on the inside the gamma machine reaches the outside, and a view from the outside is showing the machine just coming out of the wall. (00:41:25)The-Immortal
Corrected entry: In the scene where Bruce is tied up and talking to his dad (in front of the incinerator) the boom mike is visible for a fraction of a second.
Corrected entry: After Hulk had fought off the large dogs, he goes over by the creek. As he goes over, the shot lets us see the car with the broken windshield, but Betty is not in there.
Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie, when Bruce has been captured by the military, General Ross claims that he will incinerate him on the spot if he shows any signs of transforming again. At this point, Ross is well aware that the change is triggered by anger and/or emotional distress, yet he sits back and does absolutely nothing as Bruce's father works him into a veritable frenzy.
Corrected entry: If David Banner was locked away for thirty years after accidentally killing his wife, then how was he able to find out where Bruce Banner lived, where he worked, or even that he was adopted by the Krenzler family? All he had of Bruce was articles about him and his research, but nothing that suggested that Bruce was his biological son until later in the movie when he went into Bruce's lab and took a hair sample.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Bruce is fighting tanks in the desert, in one shot he picks up a tank, twirls it around, and tosses it. Now let's think about that. He would have to get that 60 ton tank moving about 180 MPH to throw it that far away. That would take about 200,000 horse power, roughly the strength of an aircraft carrier. But in the very next shot, he takes the turret of that same tank and hits another with it, making only a moderately sized dent.
Corrected entry: Why didn't the mutated dogs get bigger as they got angrier? They were exposed to the same gamma rays as Bruce.
Corrected entry: In the scene where we first meet Betty in the hallway of the laboratory, she seems to have just enough hair to pull up into a small amount on her head , yet by the end of the movie she has long thick beautiful black hair.
Corrected entry: When the Army pursues the Hulk to San Francisco, there's a rather spectacular battle in the vicinity of the Golden Gate Bridge...and yet there's normal rush-hour traffic on the bridge. A giant green man slugging it out with jet fighters and attack helicopters is apparently a normal sight for Bay Area residents as none of them stop to watch or flee for their lives.MoonMan
Corrected entry: In the scene where the helicopters were going to drop off some cargo in the desert, some of the helicopters did not have a shadow.
Corrected entry: Sam Elliots' mustache is out of limits for military standards. The military standard for a mustache is it will not extend downward beyond the upper lip or extend sideways beyond a vertical line drawn upward from the corner of the mouth. He's good on the first half, but in violation of the second half.
Corrected entry: If Bruce came home as the Hulk the night he first transformed, how were his bike and helmet there in the morning when Betty came over?
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the San Francisco scene when Hulk lands on top of the Golden Gate Bridge and the jets start to fire at him; only the tip tops of the bridge show through the thick fog. Next scene, maybe 10 seconds later when the jet nearly crashes into the bridge, sunshine, no fog.