The basic idea is that '80s Star Trek films smacked of maturity, character and grace under pressure while the Chris Pine Star Trek films too often smacked of immaturity and impulsiveness, and were altogether whiny and enraged. And this devolution of a once-beloved franchise was primarily the fault of the coddled, wimpy, candy-assed writers (Simon Pegg Doug Jung, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Damon Lindelof, et, al.).