Corrected entry: After Picard enters the Nexus, he gains the ability to find Kirk and then travel back in time bringing Kirk with him. However, Soran entered the Nexus at the exact same time. Wouldn't he also gain similar abilities? Would he not then use them to stop Picard from changing events? Is there a copy of Soran still alive in the Nexus even after we see him killed in the altered timeline?
Corrected entry: When Geordi gives the order to evacuate Engineering, he starts to say "Bridge we have a new problem." As he is saying this, the blonde female officer can be seen ducking under the door to escape the room, but when he says, "We're five minutes away from a warp core breach," the same officer is ducking under the door again a second time.
Corrected entry: During the battle with the Klingon Bird of Prey over Viridian III, the Enterprise-D is shown sustaining hits to its front and rear. The bridge is shown taking damage from a shot fired at the underside of the Enterprise, despite being on the top of the ship and away from the Klingon's fire. (01:05:25)
Corrected entry: At the end of the film, Captain Picard is shown in a uniform with red on the shoulders and black on the rest (the Star Trek: Voyager/DS9 uniforms), yet when picking through the ruins of the Enterprise, he is seen in a black shoulders/red shirt uniform (the usual TNG uniform). The ship is in ruins: he couldn't have replicated a new uniform as the power is out. (01:45:15 - 01:47:25)
Corrected entry: The ribbon obviously moves faster than light (it covers the distance between star systems in a matter of hours), but when it passes Veridian III it moves much, much slower than light.
Corrected entry: Picard's communicator disappears during his transport down to Veridian III. He leaves the Enterprise in a blue transporter beam, and arrives on the planet in a blue transporter beam, minus his communicator. The Klingon transporter, shown earlier when Dr. Soran beamed up to the Klingon Bird of Prey, is an orange beam, thus Picard didn't transport to the Klingon ship for them to remove the communicator. The communicator then reappears in the Nexus, and disappears again when he returns to Veridian III.
Corrected entry: Before Kirk jumps the gap on his horse while in the Nexus, there is a shot from beneath the gap, looking up, and there appears to be a dark colored board or bridge across the gap. When we see Kirk jump the gap, the board is no longer present.
Corrected entry: During the crash sequence on the Enterprise-D, Worf is flying all over the place in the background. Immediately following the star drive's destruction, the shock wave sends Worf flying to his left. He crawls back to his station and then falls to his left again. Immediately following, as Riker is screaming to Deana for a report, you can see Worf's hands holding on to the railing right behind Riker. The next instant he is to the right of his station (our left, bringing himself up) and in the very next scene he is seated at his station.
Corrected entry: It is difficult enough to believe that a missile not much longer than an average car would be capable of destroying a whole star, but if you can swallow that, how come when it does finally explode on the launchpad it only produces enough of a blast to kill the bad guy while Picard and Kirk are presumably only a few yards away behind some rocks?