Collectively, their body of work has elicited groans, the rolling of eyes, and the unanimous conclusion of movie and television audiences everywhere..."Who Cares?"
And between the two of them, they have not come up with one original, genuinely inspired idea during their entire careers.
What Bryan Singer and Ronald D. Moore have always had as an unlimited resource, is their collective desire to remake every movie and television series known to mankind.
Perhaps the reason why we are seeing less and less of Bryan Singer and Ronald D. Moore, is that Hollywood has pretty much exhausted every movie and television series that can be remade. And when there is nothing left to be remade in Hollywood, Bryan Singer and Ronald D. Moore return to career hibernation.
I'm sure even Hollywood has realized by now that everything that shouldn't have been remade has already been remade. And quite frankly, out of all of the old movie and television series Hollywood has remade into repulsives piles of shit (during the past 20 or so years), I can only think of one remake that was genuinely successful on a blockbuster level...
"The Fugitive" - starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones.
Hollywood and audiences alike have never needed Bryan Singer and Ronald D. Moore, because the two of them individually and collectively have never had what it takes to pull off a "Fugitive." And the two of them individually and collectively have the most bankrupt imaginations in Hollywood history when it comes to crafting original, genuinely inspired ideas.