Lord Varys Posted May 28, 2021 Share Posted May 28, 2021 3 minutes ago, Corvinus85 said: What was the continuity issue? And when it comes to warp travel, the first two are way more dreadful than anything else. Oh, that was the type of the warp drive the Starfleet ship that crashed on that foreign planet had. I only watched the movie once in the theater and only noticed it because I was rewatching Enterprise roughly at the same time. I'm not getting it together right now but it basically is that only the Enterprise and one other ship had a prototype warp drive at that time, which means the other ship couldn't have had the type that was mentioned it had. Or there might be a further glitch that at the time the ship crashed Starfleet wasn't yet or no longer using this kind of warp drive. And I think the problem creeps in from the date of the crash given in the movie. Which shows that it would have been remarkably easy to avoid that kind of error by either moving the date around or changing the type of the warp drive. But for what it's worth, the third movie is the best one, I guess. I for one never could take those movies seriously as Star Trek movies. At best they were kind of dumb action movies you could enjoy on that level if want to. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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