ok, as Star Trek Films go, I am not a fan of JJtrek. It is a good film in and of itself, but there are some pretty big problems with the film in my mind.
That said, this assesment of the film is pure nonsense. half that stuff is just complaining about stupid plotlines. Like Why Prime-Spock is piloting the jellyfish instead of what I would assume was a young vulcan (here is a hint. it was his idea so he could save romulus) or my personal favorite "Sin" from the clip, No Orion lapdance. Seriously, you think THAT would have saved the movie.
As oppose to how a cadet (who was on suspension) gets to command a starship over two ensigns. Or my personal favorite. Starfleet cadet in uniform beats the snot out of a civilian, in front of his commanding officer, and still manages to get a spot on the "Flagship".
pffft, that list doesn't even cover all the things wrong with the movie.
And yeah, keep using Final Frontier as a countpoint example - that movie stunk too.
All of the things "wrong" with the movie is no more wrong than what was previously shown in Trek films, the majority of them have plot holes, wtf moments, and basically Trek fans pulling the True Scotmans argument for each film.
Then again I say to the detractors who can write a multi-page review on the new films where they basically analyze the movie down frame to frame, which obivously they must have seen multiple viewings of it within the first month of theatrical release, keep at it, because the movie ticket sales improve with each viewing.
That's best written off as not being the actual number of decks, and being merely the number of levels in the turbolift shaft. Otherwise it's just silly...
So, there are levels in the turboshaft - that aren't decks on the ship? What, did they sublet the elevator car from Willie Wonka?
"Science teaches us to expect -- demand -- more than just eerie mysteries. What use is a puzzle that can't be solved? Patience is fine, but I'm not going to stop asking the universe to make sense!" - David Brin, "Those Eyes"