Friday, March 22, 2013
NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore are The Worst in The Business When Tackling Science Fiction and Fantasy
So, why do they continue to even bother?
Collectively, the stabs at science fiction and fantasy by NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore have proven to be...
Anti-Mass Market with a manic-depressive blandness and overwhelming boredom...as the following projects from the three of them have demonstrated.
1. "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only)
3. Blood & Chrome
4. Superman Returns
5. Jack The Giant Slayer
6. The SyFy Channel
NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore are not good at what they do within the realms of science fiction and fantasy because they repeatedly demonstrate the inability to create anything or re-boot anything in such a way that would cause global, mass market acceptance.
NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore should have abandoned any notions of doing science fiction and fantasy long ago because all three of them SUCK at it.
This will always be the economic fate of any project created individually or collectively by NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore should they continue to go down the unfruitful path for themselves of tackling science fiction and fantasy....
...Cluttering up the "$5.00 Discount DVD Bin" at Wal-Mart with their JUNK.
The primary problem is...NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore think that they're good at what they do within the realms of science fiction and fantasy. They aren't. NBC-Universal should just go out of business entirely in the movie and television business and convert itself into an "Ice Cream Shop Franchise." Nobody would miss or care about NBC-Universal if it left Hollywood right now. Bryan Singer and Ronald D. Moore (both of them) should just become low budget independent filmmakers of such undemanding subjects as sappy romance, trees, and puppy dogs and no longer tap out their already tapped out brains of fresh ideas in the realms of science fiction and fantasy. Not that their brains had any fresh and inspired ideas in the first place.
Oh yeah, and one more thing. Why does NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore always feel like they have to do science fiction and fantasy? It's not as if they ever have anything significant to say when they do. All they do is rip-off other people's ideas when they do and make instantly forgettable crap. If you don't have anything new to say, or something inspired to say when tackling science fiction and fantasy, then don't say anything at all.
It's like the Beatles. The only times they ever walked into Abby Road Studios to record new music was when they had something new, inspired, and fresh to say.
Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on Amazon.com...
Posted by Languatron at 9:58 AM