Not a bad film. It's entertaining.
Whoever was responsible for the set design does, however, deserve special credit. Especially for the interior stage sets, which are much better done than in any of the previous films. At long last the engineering sections of the ship actually look functional and to scale. Very nicely done overall.
As far as story goes, the screenplay is moderately flawed (artistically and technically) in several places. It strongly believe could have been done a lot better. But even with the flaws, and occasional 'predictabilites,' it's still a decent action flick.
Maybe it's not good enough to rate a "Don't Miss" tag, but it's still good enough to be worth paying the $10 I did to see it up on the 'big screen.'
(Disclaimer: I'm neither a Trekkie nor a Trek fanboy - but I grew up with the series so I still retain a certain nostalgic fondness for the franchise.)