Wrong Kind of Disaster.
Lessons learned from Star Trek are not suitable for use in feature films:
Shaking the camera is not a substitute for shaking the set. You’re not fooling anybody, and you’re making your cast feel silly.
Tired and loud 60s stars are not a substitute for real actors. They require so much attention it dents gravity. If Richard Burton and William Shatner were ever in the same room together, our solar system would collapse into a black hole.
Chest hair is not a substitute for talent. If it were, Robin Williams would be trading off Oscar nominations with that Wolf Boy from the Brothers Grim Sideshow. Therefore, open necked shirts serve little purpose.
Women need characters, not just breasts. But they do need breasts that don’t look like mosquito bites, so Earthquake star Victoria Principal is right out.
Bad special effects and campy acting do not a cult hit make. They make Charlton Heston movies.