We're not talking about beliefs, we're talking about objective facts.
Objective fact 1-Star trek was made popular by those quirky little things likephilosophicalideas,scientificexplanations, showing alien customs, the fact that humanity was portrayed as better than it currently is, etc.
Objective fact 2-NONEof theabove appeared in thisthing called star trek 2009.
Those aren't facts, sorry. They're merely what YOU like about Star Trek, and what YOU believe is lacking in the 09 film.
No, they are what made star trek popular and what was DEFINITELY and WITHOUT A SHRED OF DOUBT lacking in the thing called star trek 2009.
Not to mention something called logic. Star trek always had logic, at least with regard to human interactions, ideology and chain of command.
How the HELL can anyone just shrug off imposter kirk being promoted to captain from cadet so haphazardly?
Quite simply, if you think star trek 2009 is a star trek movie you are obviously more a fan of bombastic action films than actually star trek itself.
Without a shred of doubt in your mind
. You're not a god, your opinion is only that - your opinion. Does that mass of support for the movie not show you that maybe others' viewpoint could have some validity? That your narrow-minded way may not be the only one?
Fans shrug off the sillier aspects of this movie the same way fans have shrugged off the implausible nonsense in other Star Treks. Genesis? Spock's resurrection? The Nexus? The various portrayals of time travel? V'ger, a probe with godlike powers that never thought to wipe the muck of it's own name plate?
Heck, we even saw another cadet-turned-captain in DS9's "The Valiant". And that one didn't have Pike's glowing recommendation and a Vulcan from an alternate future on his side!