I'm on a rant right now, so take it with a grain of salt.
Has anyone noticed that prior to the Kelvin timeline Star Trek is allowed to do many things, yet during the Kelvin timeline and Star Trek Discovery that the things that Star Trek was allowed to do before while being Star Trek, people gripe that it's becoming Star Wars?
When Kirk was trapped on Delta Vega, a ripoff of Empire Strikes Back -- yet they forget about Kirk and Bones with Martia crossing the icescapes of Rura Penthe, Bones and Spock trapped on Sarpeidon's ice age.
Michael Burnham and Captain Georgiou on that desert planet, obvious Tatooine. OR that unknown planet the Metrons transported Kirk and the Gorn captain to, AND Ceti Alpha 5 when Commander Chekov and Captain Terrell were trying to discover the source of the life form readings (Khan and his augments).
The bar fight at Riverside as obvious the cantina scene at Mos Eisley -- or K-7.
Hey, Spock ramming the Jellyfish into the Narada, just like the A-wing and the Super Star Destroyer -- or Commodore Decker with the shuttle craft and the Doomsday Machine.
Star Trek is suppose to be intelligent, yet I've seen a tonne of criticisms over Star Trek Discovery and the Kelvin timeline that lacked intelligence.
Oh look, Commander Burnham is firing her rockets while wearing a pressure suit -- like Spock did in V'Ger. But it's okay for Spock to do a Star Wars thing because it's actually Star Trek, BUT when Michael Burnham does it, it's Star Wars.
Lt. Saru's species is capable of sensing the coming of death. And a poster said that it's another Star Wars thing. And yet we had Spock sensing the death of the Intrepid and Guinan sensing that things changed when the Enterprise-C came through the time rift.
By the way, happy anniversary to Star Wars.