1) What's with all this industrial complex stuff for the engineering levels?
2) Jennifer Morrison is too hot to only be on screen in a wheelchair and giving birth. Give her a bikini or something.
3) The USS Kelvin had 800 people? The Enterprise-D barely had that many.
4) Nero's ship looked ridiculous. Who would build a ship with so many pointy bits? It's a waste of space.
5) The shuttlecraft interior.
6) Why do we have to see Kirk driving a car? Why do cars even exist in 2180? And really, driving it over a cliff? Come on...
7) A "Cardassian Sunset" in the 22nd century? The Cardassians didn't come into contact with the Federation until at least 2300.
8) You can become captain four years out of the Academy? That seems a bit quick...
9) Klingons do not have warbirds. Romulans have Warbirds, Klingons have Birds of Prey, but the ships in question were I believe D7 class battlecruisers.
10) Starfleet really didn't have any ships to defend Vulcan with? The entire fleet was on manoeuveurs? Except for the flagship and a few others, which are to be crewed by cadets? WHAT? Where did their crew go?
11) Why would Pike make Kirk Spock's first officer? Wasn't there someone more qualified? You know, maybe someone who had actually graduated and done some time on a starship before?
12) Why does a machine that is firing a huge energy beam at the surface need to vent flames? And why would it do that UPWARDS? You know, where someone might be standing.
13) Fencing is NOT hand-to-hand combat.
14) Surely a structure that can transfer a huge energy beam, and survive fast entry into a planet's atmosphere, can survive hits from two disruptor rifles.
15) What the fuck was with the spinny bits on Spock's ship?
16) Amanda Grayson dies... that was unnecessary.
17) Why was a human on the Vulcan high council anyway?
18) Why did said high council not have their own means of evacuation?
19) I thought all Orion women were meant to be really sexy...
20) Uhura in her pants. In fact, that entire scene.
21) Vulcan is destroyed. Vulcan is DESTROYED. WHAT?
22) Vulcan had 6 billion inhabitants? The place is a ruddy desert world with radioactive wastelands.
23) They really allowed Spock to MAROON Kirk?
24) That second monster. And Kirk running from it. He looked like a numpty.
25) And he just happens to stumble upon Spock's cave.
26) Why could Spock see Vulcan as a disc in the sky, I thought he was in a different star system. If not, why wasn't he sucked into the black hole?
27) Romulus's sun went nova? You think maybe they'd have noticed a few... oh... MILLION years beforehand? These things don't happen overnight.
28) Old Spock.
31) Sulu's swordsmanship - the guy's a champion fencer, so why's he losing to some random Romulan mine worker?
32) Needs more Klingon.
33) Oh look, they found Scotty. What a surprise.
34) Scotty killed Porthos?
35) That gremliny thing that followed Scotty around.
36) Oh look, Earth's in peril. I haven't seen that before... oh wait, yes I have. As a side query, why do the Borg care so much about humans?
37) The viewscreen is an actual WINDOW? And why is the bridge on the bottom of the saucer anyway?
38) Scotty has never been on the Enterprise and suddenly he becomes chief engineer? And where are all the other people in engineering anyway?
39) Why would you have a needlessly meandering pipe like that? And why have a big blender at the end?
40) There's a black hole at the core of Vulcan... shouldn't the planet collapse into it pretty much at the same time, rather than as if it was only sucking in one direction?
41) Transporting onto a ship at warp? Scotty worked out how? No way. Scotty was not a theorist or an innovator, he was a fixer. Ditto transporting between planets/star systems, though admittedly the Dominion and Borg appeared to be able to do things like that.
43) Who designed that Romulan ship? Why would you design a ship with bottomless pits and platforms without any rails suspended in mid-air?
44) Kissing on the transporter platform. Really Spock...
45) They made Kirk a captain. HE HADN'T EVEN FINISHED STARFLEET ACADEMY.
So yeah... I saw the new Star Trek film. To sum up, JJ Abrams, get your hands off Star Trek and go back to confusing everyone with Lost. If you do not, I shall hunt you down and destroy everything you hold dear, just as you have managed to do to all the Trek-lovers out there. A decent film, but a terrible Trek film. 1.5 stars.