Tuesday, April 2, 2013

The Main Problem NBC-Universal, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer Have Always Had With Science Fiction Overall and "Battlestar Galactica"...


....is their inability to differentiate their work from other people's work. No matter what they collectively or individually do in Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica", it comes off as bad carbon copies of everything that has come before. "Aliens", "Star Trek", "Blade Runner", "John Carpenter's The Thing", etc. It takes talent, imagination, and inspired thinking to create something within the realms of science fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" noticeably different, unique, compelling, inspired, and mass market attractive to a global audience. NBC-Universal, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer lack the talents to make this happen. So they try to compensate by dwelling on everything that has come before, and copying it. And that is why everything they create individually and collectively is instantly forgotten and ends up in the "$5.00 Discount DVD Bin" at Wal-Mart.

The conventional wisdom in Hollywood has always been to copy everything that is successful. And it's a formula that always works when copying police dramas, hospital dramas, and soap operas. But the one area where the formula doesn't work is when you're copying everyone elses ideas in Science Fiction and Fantasy. If you want to become a multi-millionaire or a multi-billionaire when doing Science Fiction and Fantasy for the cinema and television, you had damn well better have totally inspired, unique, and fresh ideas that a global, mass market audience would embrace. If you don't, you're going to remain "Blue Collar Assembly Line Workers" the way NBC-Universal, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer have always remained (not making noteworthy profits) within the realms of Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica."


Copying other people's ideas in Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" has had its own form of punishment for NBC-Universal, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore. Look no further than the "$5.00 Discount DVD Bin" at Wal-Mart and behold the form of punishment they always experience each time they copy other people's ideas in Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica."

Nothing says..."You have lost / never had your status in Hollywood as legitimate providers of Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" louder than having your productions banished to this lovely discount DVD bin at Wal-Mart. When your productions end up here, then they never made any money on a noteworthy level.


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