Like Bonnie and Clyde's death car, this film was riddled with holes--plot holes in this case. The movie's primary problem, in my opinion, was that it had an extremely weak antihero. The nemesis in this case has a paltry back story and frankly I really didn't care what happened to him.
The effects were pretty good, but that's saying that much for this day and age. I'm more impressed with plot and character development, both of which are hard to come by in this movie.
The worst part for me was when the antihero yelled, "Spoooockkk!!". I said to myself, "Did they try to equate this no name nemesis with Kahn?" Let me be clear: one of the primary reasons why The Wrath of Kahn is vastly superior to this film is that Kahn actually had an interesting background and had a reason/history to justify his vendetta against Kirk.
This movie is worth streaming on Netflix, but I wouldn't spend the money to own it on DVD or Blu-ray