The only people who'd take that seriously were people who wouldn't want to see the movie anyway. I find it really humorous a lot of Star Trek purists that didn't want to see the new film found all these things to complain about before the movie came out, and when some actually saw it, they tried very hard NOT to enjoy it. Even though, as I said, everyone in the dang world otherwise, even movie critics thought it was great. Star Trek movies are infamous for having off quality... so naturally, instead of focusing on making a good Star Trek movie, they focused on making a good movie Star Trek. Even if it was more palatable to the general movie going public without dumbing it down to an extreme (like they do with almost every kid's movie based off something). And it made money and got good reviews. Now, had I heard about directorial problems, I'd be a lot more skeptical.