Thor: The Dark World

Factual error: In the final fight scene with Malekith, Thor falls through a portal that brings him to Charing Cross station, where the lady on the train tells him he has to ride 3 stops to get to Greenwich. Charing Cross is not on the Jubilee Line and so not directly connected to Greenwich - even then it's a lot more than 3 stops. (01:33:45)

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Thor tells Jane to hold on, she's on Thor's right side and Mjölnir (the hammer) is in his left hand. As they are traveling through the Bifröst to Asgard, the position of each has changed. (00:28:20)


Continuity mistake: When the aether enters Jane, just before she ends up back on earth, she is cross-like in a sea of red, but she is wearing a breastplate. She does not get given this until she is taken to Asgard 15 minutes later.

Continuity mistake: Sif has a wound on the left side of her forehead which disappears when she arrives at Asgard.

Continuity mistake: In Asgard, right after Frigga has been captured, a Kursed Algrim is holding her by the shoulder. In the next shot he is holding her around the neck.

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Continuity mistake: When Loki is nearly sucked into the vortex, his hands are empty. However, in the first shot after Thor rescues him when they fall to the ground, he suddenly has his dagger in his left hand.

Other mistake: When Kursed Algrim stabs Frigga, the sword goes in but doesn't come out.

Continuity mistake: At the end, Jane and the others are sitting at the table eating. Right when Jane says "we committed treason as we left" she is holding her spoon. The shot changes and now the spoon is in the bowl and she picks it up.


Continuity mistake: Thor has a massive boulder thrown at him. He ends up with a cut on his right forehead that moves to his left in another scene and back to his right in the next. Along with inconsistencies to the scar and placement at the end when he's holding Loki. (01:18:50 - 01:20:20)


Continuity mistake: When Thor, Loki and Jane make their escape from Asgard, Jane is lying on her left side. The following cut, she is on her right side.

Continuity mistake: The wounds on Thor's forehead change from fresh to dry then fresh back again, and even become larger in the last fight.

Continuity mistake: Lady Sif's shield is pierced by an arrow during the opening battle. In all subsequent shots, the hole vanishes and the shield is intact.


Continuity mistake: As Thor and Odin watch the people practicing battling, Odin says Thor has earned his gratitude. Thor says "Thank you" lowering his head. In the next shot, his head is suddenly raised. (00:10:35)

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Continuity mistake: After the battle of Vanaheim has ended, the scene cuts to Asgard where Odin watches people practicing battling and is joined by Thor. The shot after Odin says "Vanaheim secure?" shows Thor with his head half turned to Odin. Next shot he's suddenly looking at the battling people without his head turned an inch. (00:10:15)

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Trivia: Stan Lee makes his usual cameo, this time as a patient at the asylum where Selvig is being held.


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Question: Loki (as Odin) quotes a conversation that occurred between Thor and Odin. This conversation happened after Loki let go of the handle Thor offered to keep him from falling off the bi-frost. How does Loki know what Odin tells Thor when he's supposedly headed to Midgard (Earth) as they speak? Can Loki read minds? If so, I don't recall any movies he comes out in mentioning mind reading.

Answer: Loki has been shown to exhibit numerous powers in the movies that can explain how he knew about this conversation. In all the movies, he has been shown to appear in hologram-like forms in different locations. For example, in The Avengers, he uses this power to meet up with The Other who is in the middle of space, whilst he is on Earth. In the end credits scene for Thor, he was able to watch over Selvig and Nick Fury's conversation despite not being there. In Thor: Ragnarok, he was able to see into Valkyrie's past through touching her head (though this power was not established until Thor: Ragnarok). Any of these powers could have been used to find out about this conversation between Thor and Odin.

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