Star Trek isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Okay okay, I hope for your sake that you disagree with me. Many of my friends thought the movie was awesome. One friend said it will forever be one of his favorite movies and another said it was a milestone in cinema history. Great. I'm glad they liked it that much.
For me, however, much of the movie sounded like a bad cosmological argument. For example, a crucial plot element involves the concept of a "singularity" -- a concept developed by Hawking and Penrose, then later rejected by Hawking Penrose. So, not only do cosmologists no longer believe that singularities exist, the concept of them was used in the movie in a way that demonstrated no understanding of what a singularity allegedly is (the universe condensed into an infinitesimally small point of infinite curvature and infinite density).
The movie also contains time travel. In case you didn't know, time traveling creates something that looks like a lightning storm in space. I certainly didn't know that. Really, I had no idea.
Also, while traveling backwards in time, despite there being no reason for which you couldn't appear in any universe at any place in any time, you'll most likely happen to end up in a place not far from where your time travel began in the same universe from which you started and go back in time only far enough to play an interesting part in the lives of the people you knew from your own time.
Also, in conjunction with the Spock character, the movie had a lot of silly dialogue concerning logic and emotion.
I think the movie had some redeeming aspects. The visuals were great and the casting was pretty good. However, I think there was a lot of plot development that was rushed. For example, we never got to know much about Nero. Also, the hand-to-hand fights weren't choreographed particularly well.
All in all, I think I could have gotten over everything I didn't love about the movie had there not been so much anachronistic physics and cosmology at play. And I wouldn't have picked up on all that if I hadn't needed to learn about cosmology to respond to theistic cosmological arguments.
So, theism ruined Star Trek. Way to go.