Corrected entry: When King Priam is stabbed by Agamemnon in the temple at the end of the movie, the blade goes into his stomach. Priam falls to the ground, looks up and sees Agamemnon. In this shot, there is blood on the robes of Priam near his left shoulder. How can his blood defy gravity by going up his chest, let alone in five seconds?
Corrected entry: When the Greek ships arrive they are sailing away from the rising sun, which means they're going west. But the Greeks have to sail east to get to Troy, not west.
Corrected entry: When the Greeks take over the beach in the beginning and when the Trojans send those fiery cotton balls down to the camps, we see that the beach is very steep and often has sharp drop-offs. How is it possible that the Trojans were able to roll the Trojan horse over trees to Troy?