This probably has to do once again with Krekka’s prototype model. We do not have very good pictures of it, but it can be seen in this promo poster:
Ok, it’s time for me to unveil the thing that bothered me the MOST out of all the movies. It caomes from the MoL and it is sort of a mixture of bad continuity and nonsensical physics.
During the attack on Ta-Koro, two Ta-Matoran are hiding in what seems to be an alcove or a Kohlii stick closet:
The Guurahk comes searching and he bursts through the arch creating an extra opening (because bending your head a little bit more is too much work apparently):
Guurahk then continues to dismantle the opening to the closet including the little piece of stone he left there when he burst in.
But wait, what is that? He is throwing away the last three chunks of stone making up the upper portion of the “exit”, but what are they resting on? If you think about it they are just floating there because nothing should be beneath them (it is the upper portion of the exit after all). But if you look even closer you will notice that the stones are resting on what seems to be a random bar of glitchy texture, which then dissapears as soon as the stones are removed. But logically there couldn’t have been anything there because Guurahk was just about to strike the Matoran which was the whole reason he dismantled all that was blocking his path.
This is the number 1(silly) bothersome thing in the movies and I found it bizzare ever since this movie came out in 2003.
Was it really necessary to sacrifice spatial logic and continuity of two shots going right after each other, just to make a scene of Guurahk removing some stones? How about actually showing him using his disintegration power for the FIRST time in the movie?!
He is the only Rahkshi who doesn’t use his powers even once…