Jeff Foust discusses the issue over at The Space Review (spoiler warning for those who haven’t seen it). Also spoiler warning for people who read the rest of the post.
Look, I stand second to none at my annoyance at getting stupid things wrong in movies (stupid as in a complete defiance of physics as we know it in a way that doesn’t even usefully advance a plot), but this seems a little overwrought to me. No, ISS and Hubble (and the Chinese station) aren’t in the same orbital plane. But it wouldn’t defy physics for them to do so. In an alternate history, it might in fact have made sense to put the ISS at Hubble inclination (that was the original plan until the Russians were brought in in 1993), and for the Chinese station to co-orbit with both. It makes no more sense to complain about that than to complain that the movie shows Shuttles still flying.