Just watch the film for the performances, energy, and action. Those are all top notch.
Nothing with the torpedoes makes a lot of sense.
Oh, and 72 was a lot. I know they wanted to use the same number that was in the original episode, but they never show anywhere near 72 of them, even during the widest shots. That's a lot of torpedoes. That's a lot that Spock managed to assign people to do a lot of tinkering on, especially when most of the technicians should be keeping the ship together.
As for the hull design of Enterprise, nothing about the interiors of the ship matches the exteriors. Where is that stupid circular multi-level room (the one that looks like a mall where Kirk radios Scotty with the mysterious coordinates?
People like to easily put down the Enterprise
TV show, but at least the sets had both a uniformity and consistency to them, and they were interesting as hell. And, of course, the Deep Space Nin
e sets were unrivaled by any