Corrected entry: Vultan refuses to take Flash and co. with him, because they 'already have much more than they can carry'. But all the Hawkmen evacuate immediately and would surely not have time to collect any equipment. Indeed, a group of Hawkmen is seen flying towards the camera carrying only their weapons.
Corrected entry: When Ming and Flash are talking in the Hawkmen city, Ming moves right to the edge of the pit. Given that Flash knew he was about to die, wouldn't he have pushed Ming into the pit?
Corrected entry: When Flash and Vultan break through to the Ajax flight deck, the killing of the captain and his flight officers are never shown. Only a few faceless soldiers are killed.
Corrected entry: In the scene where war rocket Ajax is chasing Flash Gordon into the cloud, the general stops before the cloud and gives orders to electrify the cloud and extend nets to catch Vultan's body. The only problem is that he wasn't chasing Vultan and he has no idea about the pending surprise attack by Vultan on the other side of the cloud.
Corrected entry: After Nero gets winged, Flash and Vultan are seen hovering in the air looking down on War Rocket Ajax. They are to the right and slightly behind the rocket. When they decide to join the battle, they end up landing on the rocket from the front.
Corrected entry: After Barin and Zarkhov have killed General Kala, the Colonel appears on the video screen and proceeds to report on how Flash Gordon is in control of Ajax. He asks General Kala to show herself on his screen. But surely he would be able to see Barin and Zarkhov, and therefore would raise the alarm?
Corrected entry: Princess Aura shows Flash how to fly the spaceship they are in while traveling to Aboria. There are 2 levers. She tells him the left controls altitude, and the right controls direction. After Aura annoys Flash, he shoves the right lever forward, and the ship nose-dives toward Fridgia. That was the wrong lever.
Corrected entry: When Dr. Zarkov's memory is being erased, the monitor screen shows various memories in reverse-chronological order as they are erased. A few times, however, the memories go out of sequence. In one instance we see memories of Zarkov working for NASA before we see the memory of him resigning. In another instance we see Zarkov's (presumed) wife die, followed by her funeral. We should have seen the funeral first. (Incidentaly, this entire memory-draining sequence is great for playing back one frame at a time.)