Thursday, March 28, 2013

When Clueless Corporate (Business) People Make Decisions Concerning "Battlestar Galactica", This is What We Get Stuck With. No Artistry or Imagination Anywhere. Just Crap.

 Just addressing the issue of "Wardrobe" by itself, the compelling argument can be made that Universal Studios has no business owning the "Battlestar Galactica" property. Universal Studios and Ronald D. Moore claimed that the two photos above of ordinary looking people wearing business suits and other business attire took place on another planet, in a production they claimed was linked to "Battlestar Galactica." Oh really? The second photo looks like a mob hit is about to take place in a downtown business area...right here on a contemporary city. It might as well be "The Untouchables." I suspect the day is coming when Universal Studios and Ronald D. Moore will be ridiculed for having made these three productions ("GINO", "Caprica", ""Blood & Chrome.")
"GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only), "Caprica", and "Blood & Chrome" were all poorly conceived productions because none of them were "Battlestar Galactica" by any stretch of the imagination.
Just because Universal Studios and Ronald D. Moore claim that whatever pile of "Muck" they come up with is "Battlestar Galactica", doesn't mean that it is "Battlestar Galactica."
These two infamous photos from the thankfully short lived "Caprica" tv series as far as I'm concerned, represent a "John Doe Television Series" without any sort of frame of reference to "Battlestar Galactica" or to anything else for that matter.
It's as though NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore had a window of opportunity to run out and film three "non-Galactica in reality television series." So they threw a pile of contemporary wardrobe onto cast members forgetting and not giving a damn that any fantasy based television series supposedly not set on Earth isn't supposed to look like Earth in any way.
The two photos above represent the way clueless, non-creative, and artless corporate people think, primarily in the Universal Studios Black Tower where all of the crappy decisions were made (primarily wardrobe) concerning "GINO", "Caprica", and "Blood & Chrome."
"GINO", "Caprica", and "Blood & Chrome" were all "John Doe Television" at its worst. Where all three productions gave off a thousand different signals as to what type of a format they were, despite being called "Battlestar Galactica", or claiming to be linked to "Battlestar Galactica." All three of these productions...were they contemporary based war scenarios? Courtroom dramas? Teenage angst dramas? Gangster melodrama? (The second photo.)
One thing is certain. None of these three productions were "Battlestar Galactica" or linked to "Battlestar Galactica" in any way just because Universal Studios and Ronald D. Moore claimed that they were.
Universal Studios and Ronald D. Moore would have to do a hell of a lot better than merely give a series the "Battlestar Galactica" title if they were to convince anyone that what they were doing really was "Battlestar Galactica."
As far as I'm concerned, "GINO", "Caprica", and "Blood & Chrome" are nothing but "John Doe Television Series" without any sort of discernible identities, certainly not linked to "Battlestar Galactica" in any way. These three productions are such an endless hodgepodge of mismatched contents (format, settings, wardrobe, props, what planet is this stupid series supposed to be on? It sure looks like Earth!!) it's anyone's guess as to what the hell they really were.
"The Universal Studios Black Tower." Where your favorite television series of the past are regurgitated into faceless and clueless clap-trap.


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