Corrected entry: The fact that Picard did not share his precious Anti-Borg tactics with federation long before, costs Federation a lot of ships and lives. Such precious knowledge should've been added long before to the Federation databases. Every single captain of the Federation should already be well trained with these new "Picard Maneuvers." I mean what if Picard had a heart attack a year before the Borg battle? Then earth would be lost just because Picard is too lazy to share vital information. He only shares that important information when battles begin?
Corrected entry: Other than for convenience for the script, there is absolutely no reason the Borg needed to wait until they got to Earth to use the time vortex to go into Earth's past. They could have made the journey back in time long before they decided to make their attack, then surprise Earth with no one to stop them.
Corrected entry: Picard states in his log entry that the "alien" ship has detected the Phoenix's warp signature. Picard knows perfectly well that a Vulcan ship made first contact. Historically, he and the rest of the Starfleet doesn't use "alien" unless they are referring to an unknown race. This was only done to preserve the surprise of Vulcans walking off the ship.
Corrected entry: Lieutenant Hawk, seated at his console is looking intently ahead at the camera which would be the bridge's view screen from that perspective. But when the shot switches to Picard leaving the bridge, we see that the view screen isn't up. What was so informative about the blank wall that Hawk was looking at? (00:17:05)
Corrected entry: In the spacewalk scene, where Worf's suit is damaged during the fight with the Borg drone to release the deflector dish, he stops the suit from leaking by using part of the Borg drone as a tourniquet on his upper leg. Although this might be sufficient for keeping the rest of his body from being exposed to decompression in space, his lower leg is still exposed to deep space vacuum, resulting in the blood boiling instanly. This would cause him to at the very least lose the functionality of this body part, yet there is no sign of this in the rest of the scene.
Corrected entry: When Picard, Worf and Hawke step onto the hull to remove the plating the Borg are working on, there's a big deal made of the fact they have to magnetise their space suits to avoid floating away. This is even shown explicitly when Picard demagnetises himself, floats away to the other side and magnetises again to land himself. How then, is he able to just lay his phaser rifle on the hull so he can work on a locked console without it floating off into space?
Corrected entry: In one of the final sequences, when Picard initiates the self destruct sequence, Worf uses his authorization code to ratify the self destruct command. How could Worf be a commanding officer of the ship, with authority to destroy the ship? At the time of the movie, he was in command of the Defiant, and not a crew member of the Enterprise, let alone a commanding officer. (01:23:40)
Corrected entry: Sector 001 is the Solar System, and the location of Earth, the Federation's capital world. For such an important location, it doesn't seem to be heavily guarded and no ships are seen establishing a perimeter defense around the planet, or even orbiting it. Earth is the Borg's target. With the threat of a Borg invasion, one would expect Starfleet Command to mobilize every ship they could, alert their allies and recall the ships not in-system, yet only 10-20 ships are shown attacking the Cube (not counting the ones destroyed prior to the the Enterprise's arrival).
Corrected entry: Picard and Worf destroy the deflector dish. This means the Enterprise is left without the ability to deflect anything, including dust. Without that ability, it would be unable to proceed at even impulse speeds, let alone go to warp, as the impacts would create micro-holes in the ship and thus destroy it.
Corrected entry: If the Enterprise crew did not know that the Borg were aboard, there would be no reason to lock up Sick Bay, and so the doors should have opened when the Borg drones attempted to gain access. However, the drones had to punch their way inside. (00:24:15)
Corrected entry: In the first scene when Data is captured by the Borg Queen and he is restrained, he informs her that the encryption code is locked in his neuralnet and can not be forcibly removed, you see 2 small drill bits being drilled right into his head by his left ear. Later in the movie when they are talking about the flesh on his arm (before the flesh is grafted onto his face) while he is still being restrained, there are NO drill holes in his face. From prior episodes in STNG Data is NOT self healing. How did the holes fix themselves? And if the Borg queen is going to graft flesh on his face there, why would they bother fixing the holes? (00:39:00 - 00:46:00)
Corrected entry: After the survivors of the Defiant are beamed aboard, Dr. Crusher escorts Worf to the bridge. Why would she do this? There are undoubtedly casualties from the Defiant in sickbay which could do with the Chief Medical Officer's attention. Worf doesn't need to be shown the way - even if he doesn't know he only has to step into the turbolift and say "Bridge".
Corrected entry: Just before beaming up to the Enterprise and leaving the 21st century, Picard calls the ship to give the corresponding order. He does this without touching his badge before starting to talk. When not on board of the Enterprise the badge has to be tapped to active the communications link (some sort of energy saving mode). Just starting to talk and activate a com link with this only works on board.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Picard, Worf and Hawk are space-walking on the hull of the Enterprise, in the first shots Worf appears to the right of Picard, then after a c/u or two, Worf is to the left . The sequence is too tight to allow for a passage of time in which the Worf and Hawk might have swapped places. (01:01:05)