Monday, February 25, 2013

Bryan Singer and Universal Studios Are So Terrible at What They Do For a Living That They Might as Well Just Merge into a Singular Corporate Entity


I propose the new corporate name...


That's right. NBC-Universal and Bryan Singer should just merge and become a singular corporate entity...


The two of them are so much alike in their approaches to the "Battlestar Galactica" property and science fiction overall that they might as well just merge.

1. Universal Studios and Bryan Singer both hate the "Battlestar Galactica" property.

2. They hate it to the extent of having announced "Fake" new productions beginning in 2001 via "Fake" press releases and are continuing to do so 12 years later....Bi-ennially.

3. Universal Studios (NBC-Universal) and Bryan Singer both suck big time at doing Science Fiction and even just touching it. The SyFy Channel..."Cowboys & Aliens"...."Superman Returns"...I'll even go so far as to say that the first two "X-Men" movies weren't the greatest. Singer has a habit of diluting strong science fiction concepts into a bland movie-going experience and trying to make up for it by casting strong actors such as Patrick Stewart. Of course, Bryan Singer is the only director on the planet who succeeded in making a "Superman" movie thoroughly boring and misguided in every conceivable department of filmmaking. From casting to script.

And then when Universal Studios and Bryan Singer bomb big time at making a science fiction movie or tv show (and when they bomb, they bomb big time!! [Superman Returns, Cowboys & Aliens] for example)...they deny it!! They always claim that there is absolutely nothing wrong with what they did. Look at NBC-Universal. Let's face it. Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series was a huge flop. It didn't break into the mass market. It was a marginally tolerable little shit series on a really irritating cable network (SyFy) that has always claimed it never makes mistakes in television programming. There were early warning signs that the "GINO" series was going to flop, such as when the initial mini-series got the lowest audience test scores in television history.

4. They both lie (regularly) in an endless series of "Fake" press releases.

The two of them are so much alike, aren't they?

I can see it now...A new corporate entity is emerging on the horizon....



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