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Star Trek: Generations - Time Is the Fire in Which We Burn
When Picard finally manages to squeeze through the hole in the force-field, and confronts Soran, they have a brawl. The actual time elapsed from the confrontation to the launch (I choose these points as the emergence from The Nexus later to the point when everything is hopeless, respectively), is fifty seconds. When Kirk confronts him after the entire bit in The Nexus, it's actually two minutes and ten seconds before Soran cloaks the missile, and another forty before is launches again after it's been uncloaked.
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OverDri\E on 05-26-2001
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kalock writes:
I would not take this as a slip-up... Time is not relative in a movie... When Kirk had his fight it could have taken the same amount of time in the Star Trek world but in Hollywood time.. They wanted to make it look good.... Stop nit-picking
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