Thursday, October 31, 2013

Since Ronald D. Moore & Bryan Singer Have Always Been "On Call" Employees of NBC-Universal, I Have The Next Venue Where NBC-U Can Place Them




http://voices.yahoo.com/reality-show-talk-show-secrets-tv-producers-327979.html?cat=7

Yes, everybody knows that it is really professional actors and actresses playing the roles of "Trailer Park Trash" guests on talk shows such as "The Maury Povich Show." 22 consecutive years of the "Maury Povich" show and not one guest ever suffered from stage fright....not one!! These guests (actors) even cry and shed tears on cue as the camera zooms in on their faces!!

Since NBC-Universal never fires Ronald D. Moore and Bryan Singer from their positions of being permanent, lifetime "Jack of All Trades" employees of NBC-U (no matter how much they screw up professionally away from or at NBC-U), and since Ronald D. Moore and Bryan Singer are always "On Call" to NBC-U for various duties...NBC-U might as well begin sending Moore and Singer over to the "Maury Povich Show" to pose as "Trailer Park Trash Guests." After all, Moore and Singer have acted on camera numerous times in the past. Being fake guests on "The Maury Povich Show" would be a logical extension of their permanent, life long relationship with NBC-Universal, and it would solve their career glitch problems (which happens frequently) each time they need extra cash coming in. Just go over to the "Maury Povich Show" and pose as dead beat dads or drug addicts, or pimps!!

The general public sure as hell doesn't know who the hell Ronald D. Moore and Bryan Singer are!! They both would be anonymous faces on "The Maury Povich Show!!" Blending in perfectly with the rest of Maury Povich's acting troupe posing as legitimate guests!!

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Ronald D. Moore is Having a Post "GINO" - (Galactica In Name Only) Career That is Underwhelming to Say The Least


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_D._Moore

"Unaccepted pitches and failed pilots (2009–2013)

The Caprica series premiere was released on DVD in 2009; it began airing in January 2010. Moore contributed to the pilot made-for-TV movie, then handed off control to new head writer Jane Espenson. Syfy abruptly canceled the show mid-run on October 27, 2010, before its first season had finished airing, citing low ratings. The remaining five episodes, of the twenty produced for season one, were burned off in a marathon on January 4, 2011.
In April 2009, Moore, along with several other Battlestar Galactica alumni, made a cameo appearance in the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode "A Space Oddity."[14] The episode was directed by Michael Nankin (who directed a number of Galactica episodes), written by Bradley Thompson and David Weddle (who both started their TV writing careers on Deep Space Nine, and worked as writer/producers on Galactica) and based on a story by Naren Shankar (who went to school with Moore and started his writing career on Star Trek: The Next Generation).[15] In the episode, Moore has one line of dialogue as he portrays an irate audience member at a science fiction convention, yelling at the (fictional) producer of a dark-and-gritty remake of a beloved cult series. Several of his Battlestar Galactica colleagues including Grace Park and Rekha Sharma appear in non-speaking cameos, while Kate Vernon is a major guest star in the episode.
Moore also developed a pilot for Fox called Virtuality.[16] It aired on June 26, 2009, and was not picked up. Virtuality was the first show developed under the banner of Moore's new personal production company, "Tall Ship Productions".[17]
Moore worked on the script for the companion/prequel film of the 1982 John Carpenter film, The Thing,[18] which itself was a remake of the 1951 film The Thing From Another World (based on John W. Campbell's short story "Who Goes There?"). His screenplay was scrapped late in 2009 and rewritten by Eric Heisserer, writer of the 2010 A Nightmare on Elm Street. The Thing began production in March 2010 and was released in October 2011.[19]
In March 2010, following the mixed reception of the first half of Caprica's first season, SyFy channel approached Moore to produce another Battlestar Galactica spin-off.[20] The show was entitled Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome, and was to feature a young William Adama's experiences in the First Cylon War. The series was originally designed as a series of webisodes, but with the cancellation of Caprica, Blood & Chrome was slated to become a full television series without any direct involvement from Moore.[21]
In May 2010, Ron Moore signed a two-year deal with Sony Pictures TV to create and executive produce series projects for broadcast and cable through his production company, Tall Ship Productions.[22] By late 2010 this resulted two of Moore's pitches being purchased by major TV networks, for potential development into pilot episodes. The first is a remake of The Wild Wild West, purchased by CBS, in which Moore would partner with CSI executive producer Naren Shankar, and to be produced in conjunction between CBS TV Studios and Sony Pictures TV. The second is The McCulloch, purchased by NBC, an action-adventure series focusing on the crew of a US Coast Guard vessel as they travel the world, to be co-produced by NBC-Universal and Sony. As of December 2011, it is not clear if either of these two project was ever given a green light, or if pilot episodes were produced.[23]
Moore developed a series for NBC in 2011 which had been described as "Harry Potter for grown-ups," and it was confirmed on March 3, 2011 that the new show would be called 17th Precinct.[24] Tricia Helfer, Jamie Bamber,[25] and James Callis[24] had signed up for the new series[26][27] which will center around cops at the local 17th Precinct in the fictional city of Excelsior, with Moore writing the pilot.[28] On May 13, 2011 it was confirmed that NBC had decided not to pick up the series, and to date the pilot episode has never been aired publicly.
On August 30, 2011, it was announced that ABC bought Moore's pitch for Hangtown, a Western drama series. Hangtown is the third potential venture to be attempted under the deal between Moore's production company, Tall Ship Productions, and Sony Pictures TV. The series is co-created by Ron D. Moore and former Caprica writer Matt Roberts. Hangtown is described as "a Western with procedural elements" that takes place in a frontier town in the early 1900s grappling with the development of the railroad. The potential series would revolve around the town's old-fashioned veteran marshal who solves crimes by drawing on instinct and experience, who butt heads with the young new East Coast crime-solving doctor who relies on emerging forensics and rational inquiry. Added to the mix is a young female writer who has come to the west to write pulp stories about stereotyped "Wild West" crime, to send back to big city dime-novel publishers back East.[29] Tall Ship Productions announced via their Twitter-feed on October 18, 2011, that Justin Lin, director of several films in the The Fast and the Furious franchise, has signed on to direct a potential pilot episode of Hangtown, in the event that ABC officially orders it.[30] However, The Hollywood Reporter and Wired.com have pointed out that Hangtown will be facing stiff competition, as a half-dozen other potential Western series are currently in development from all major networks as well as several cable channels, as part of a general wave of revitalized interest in the genre. (Apart from AMC's Western-genre series Hell On Wheels, which has already garnered critical praise after its premiere in November 2011, TNT is developing the series Gateway, CBS is developing Ralph Lamb, and NBC is developing an as-yet untitled Western from Friday Night Lights producer Peter Berg. Moreover, ABC itself is already developing another Western series, Gunslinger, which might affect its choice of whether to pick up a second Western show produced by Moore - similar to how a wave of new fantasy-genre series were pitched to major networks in early 2011, such as ABC's Once Upon a Time, and NBC was faced with two potential Fantasy series, Grimm or Moore's own 17th Precinct. Due to this heavy competition, NBC chose not to pick up 17th Precinct for a full series.)[31][32] In an interview with Wire.com on September 29, 2012, Moore was asked about the status of his proposed Western series The Wild Wild West (reboot for CBS) and Hangtown (for ABC), and stated that the projects had been cancelled. Moore said, "Yeah, ABC decided not to go with it. That was very frustrating. They made a strategic decision that they didn’t want to do a Western, period. Because they said they loved the script and the characters, and said they bought three Westerns because they were so committed to it. But at some point, they just got cold feet and said they weren’t going to do Westerns after all, which was really disappointing."[33]
Moore had a cameo appearance in a Battlestar Galactica-themed sketch of the Portlandia episode entitled "One Moore Episode," (which premiered January 13, 2012) where he plays an unknown actor who has never seen Battlestar Galactica. The episode also features a character named Ronald D. Moore who is mistaken for the TV producer.
On November 11, 2011, scifi news website io9.com ran an editorial about Ron D. Moore, lamenting that "none of his post-BSG projects has really taken off. It's been a couple years since Moore's writing has appeared on our screens."

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It just goes to show that "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only) didn't build a stellar career for anyone, especially not for Ronald D. Moore. He continues to really not be going anywhere professionally just as how it was for him before "GINO." This can be attributed to the good old fashioned career killer in any profession....Not having any talent.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Browsing Through The DVD Section of Your Local "Wal-Mart" is More Exciting Than Looking at The SyFy Channel's Home Page


This is where your limitless entertainment opportunities are at in the areas of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.

 
 

Not at this dead beat cable network...Where every error in corporate mismanagement is stuffed to the seams (and on display on the SyFy Channel's home page) with every crappy programming idea the SyFy Channel has ever come up with. And Science Fiction is always ever so conveniently tossed to the side because NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel just can't cerebrally handle the genre.

This isn't a cable network....it's a storage locker for a wide range of crappy programming ideas.

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

I See That The "X-Men" Movies Haven't Lost Their Flair For Being Boring, Mundane, and Melodramatic Snooze-fests

 

I guess Bryan Singer did indeed direct this thing. Because only he could make a superhero movie this boring and not interesting in the slightest.

What else is coming out in summer 2014? Something a bit more....lively.....and....spunky....than this shit?

http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/2014-blockbusters/25349/the-big-blockbusters-of-summer-2014


Thank God there will be some "merciful alternatives" for movie audiences to escape to in the summer of 2014!!

The trailer above is just a rough cut, right? Cooler and objective heads will eventually re-edit this thing into something that has a little more life to it, right? I mean, there are eight months remaining to re-edit this thing into a spunkier viewing experience for mass market audiences, right? Maybe some re-shoots of Patrick Stewart to make him seem.....more awake....during this movie?

Snap!!....Snap!!! Somebody "Jazz" this movie up a little bit!!

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I Suspect That "X-Men: Days of Future Past" Is Less About The Love of Moviemaking And All About Being a "Facial Makeover" For Bryan Singer's Stalled Career


Will "X-Men: Days of Future Past" provide the "Career Facial" Bryan Singer's career desperately needs?

Bryan Singer's career really took a hammering didn't it with the consecutive box office flops of "Jack The Giant Slayer"...."Valkyrie"...and "Superman Returns?" A hammering so severe in fact, that Singer has ended up doing projects for the SyFy Channel!! A place no one in Hollywood wants to end up.

"X-Men: Days of Future Past" would provide the perfect "Facial / Makeover / Revitalization" Singer would need to get him out of the career rut his previous box office flops have left him in. If in fact, Singer really did direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past."



It really is a shame that "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is being made solely for this purpose if in fact, this is more than likely the case.

Whatever happened to making movies just for the love of making them? Not anymore!! In the 21st Century, making movies has taken on a much more sinister and self serving purpose.

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I Seem to Recall That "Dark & Gritty" Is What Got The SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore Into Trouble With "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only)

 
 

"GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only) was a ratings flop for the SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore for four straight years because it was "Dark & Gritty." There simply is no such animal as a mass market audience waiting with open arms for anything..."Dark"...."Gritty"....or "Dark & Gritty." Even horror movies that always go the "Dark & Gritty" route are never huge box office successes. That's why horror movies always have much, much smaller budgets than mainstream movies. The studios rightly anticipate a soft box office performance with horror movies.

And now Bryan Singer (if he really did direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past") is boasting this movie will be "darker?"

Bryan Singer really is the son of NBC-Universal and sibling of Ronald D. Moore, isn't he? Because the three of them just can't get "Dark & Gritty" out of their heads no matter how often it has failed commercially in the past.

The simple reason being..."Dark & Gritty" is the easiest form of drama to write. Because it's forced melodrama...similar to the forced melodrama you see performed by the acting troupe of Maury Povich on the "Maury Povich Show." His acting troupe posing as legitimate guests everyday.


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Monday, October 28, 2013

Paraphrasing Bryan Singer's Response to a Particular Question...



http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/179985-bryan-singer-answers-fans-questions-about-x-men-days-of-future-past

...No doubt Bryan Singer was drawn back to the "X-Men" franchise via "X-Men: Days of Future Past" due to the necessity of performing CPR on his own career. The consecutive box office failures of "Jack The Giant Slayer"...""Valkyrie"...and "Superman Returns" has pretty much left him a SyFy Channel lackey ("Mockingbird Lane"....a guest host on "Face Off") and periodically directing ice cream commercials ("Magnum Gold Ice Cream.")

It's reasonable to assume (if Bryan Singer did in fact direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past") that this movie is his last ditch chance at being in the "Hollywood A-Game List" of top directors. If "X-Men: Days of Future Past" flops at the box office next summer, we will be seeing Bryan Singer becoming more and more involved (involuntarily) with the SyFy Channel, and doing other trivial projects for television here and there.

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The SyFy Channel Can Be Anything It Wants To Be At a Moments Notice. Thus, Its Ambiguous "SyFy" Name


Yo!!...Yo!!....What's up....Yo? Today all day on my crib...SyFy Channel....Chill out with the all day "Scare Tactics" marathon. All my homeboys chill out with me with hip hoppin'.....freakin' ....fun!!

http://www.syfy.com

Today all day, the SyFy Channel is going to be...."The paranormal network for the hip-hop crowd!!"

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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Why Did "R.I.P.D." Fail at The Box Office? Let's Get Down to Brass Tacks. Universal Studios Blatantly Ripped Off The "Men in Black" and "Ghostbuster" Movies


The premise of "R.I.P.D." (based upon the comic book) is to pursue "Dead-ites" (dead souls who have escaped purgatory) and recapture them. Fair enough. But why do the souls of dead people in "R.I.P.D." (such as in the picture above) look like the Rick Baker designed...rubberized extraterrestrials in "Men in Black" (such as in the picture below?)



This esteemed "Ball-Chinian" from "Men in Black 2" could also do double duty as a "Dead-ite" in "R.I.P.D." And weren't the evil nasties in Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" movies also called "Dead-ites?"

Somewhere along the way in the genesis of this movie...Universal Studios became less interested in doing a film based upon the "R.I.P.D." comic book...and instead wanted a movie where the rubberized creatures from "Men in Black" were running around.

I say again...why would the soul of a dead person in "R.I.P.D." look like one of Rick Baker's menagerie creatures from the "Men in Black" movies? Even within the realm of fantasy explanation, any answer would be ludicrous.

What else is wrong with "R.I.P.D.?" Let's start off by spotting the other thefts from "Men in Black" in "R.I.P.D."


Let's see now!! In this scene from "R.I.P.D.", a big open spaced office is where the main characters dwell in between hunting down the bad guys. In the "R.I.P.D." open spaced office, we see rubberized / CGI monsters in the background (in handcuffs) being escorted to jail cells!! The police officers sitting at desks in this scene look like "Retro - Police Officers" from the 1950s in how they are dressed.

My oh my!! Where have we seen this scene before??


Let's see now!! In this scene from one of the "Men in Black" movies...a big open spaced office is where the main characters dwell in between hunting down the bad guys. In the "Men in Black" open spaced office, we see rubberized / CGI monsters in the background (in handcuffs) being escorted to jail cells. The federal employees sitting at desks in these scenes throughout the "Men in Black" franchise of films, look like "Retro Federal Employees" of the U.S. Government from the 1960s in how they are dressed.


In "R.I.P.D.", the good guys fire laser guns at rubberized / CGI monsters and they go "SPLAT!!" Monster residue everywhere!!


In "Men in Black", the good guys fire laser guns at rubberized / CGI monsters and they go "SPLAT!!" Monster residue everywhere!!

Was that enough for Universal Studios? Nope!! They ripped off "Ghostbusters" also!!


In R.I.P.D., there is a big hole in the sky where dead souls arrive and depart!!


In "Ghostbusters", there is a big hole in the sky where dead souls arrive and depart!!

Is there anything else wrong with "R.I.P.D?"


Do you mean to tell me that everyone involved in "R.I.P.D." who viewed the daily footage of Jeff Bridges never spoke up and said...."Ummm...we can't understand a damn thing he is saying. Can we re- film this?" And Jeff Bridges incoherent dialogue was allowed to survive intact in this movie straight through the post-production process!!

Jeff Bridges sounds like he has marbles in his mouth throughout the whole movie. He sounds worse than Bryan Singer trying to B.S. his way through a fake "Battlestar Galactica" press release.

One of the irritants of this movie is the spoken word courtesy of Jeff Bridges!!


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Being The "Close Knit Family of Failure" That They Are - SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer Never Venture Too Far From One Another



The master of all things mediocre, bland, and uninspired in the world of cable television, SyFy Channel keeps like minded cohorts very close to its corporate vest. These like minded cohorts (Ronald D. Moore, Bryan Singer) never venture very far from the "Corporate Nipple" of SyFy Channel....and the SyFy Channel no doubt likes to keep these two guys within arms distance reach because they are affordable to hire, can be dispatched anywhere within the corporation, and they share the SyFy Channel's unrelenting flair for all things boring and bland.


 
 

Yes, he momentarily left behind the training wheels on his bicycle to try and work for CBS-TV and develop the "Wild, Wild West" for them. After that deal crashed & burned, Ronald D. Moore ran back home to NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel to develop "17th Precinct" for them. When that flopped, he then tried venturing away from NBC-U / SyFy Channel again by developing "Virtuosity" for FOX. After that deal crashed & burned, he ran back to NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel again and stayed there to remain "On Call" so to speak. I guess developing the monumentally boring and viewer unfriendly "GINO"..."Caprica"...and "Blood & Chrome" for NBC-U/ SyFy Channel has earned him that illustrious honor.

Ronald D. Moore now has a new circus act. He's going to try juggling and balancing on the high wire at the same time!! He's going to try remaining at NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel ("Helix") while at the same time...developing "Outlander" for "Starz." Now this is a sound strategy!! Because when "Outlander" flops on "Starz"....Ronald D. Moore will already be safe and sound at home (NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel)...raiding the refrigerator there....while "Helix" flops. Thank God for a corporate family (NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel) that always takes him in no matter how many times he flops....Right?

Isn't it interesting also that despite the fact that Ronald D. Moore supposedly departed the SyFy Channel for good in order to develop projects at Sony....in a sense he never really left the SyFy Channel because the SyFy Channel has continued to be his only paying customer 99.9% of the time for the projects he has developed at Sony. Reinforcing the fact that Ronald D. Moore never, ever truly leaves the SyFy Channel. He always keeps the front door of the SyFy Channel ajar with his foot....as a security blanket....just in case he needs a guaranteed paying customer for one of his Sony developed projects.

 
 
 
 
You name it...Bryan Singer does it for NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel.

1. Issues fake "Battlestar Galactica" press releases for NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel.
2. Guest judges on one of the SyFy Channel's shows.
3. Makes crappy monster movies for the SyFy Channel.

Yes, Bryan Singer is an outstanding permanent secretary for NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel. He probably even gets them coffee and donuts in the morning. Bryan Singer has temporarily left his home (NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel) to apparently direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past." But we all know how that will go if he is in fact the director...

He'll be back!! He'll be back!! He'll be returning home to NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel to guest host, make crappy monster movies, and make coffee for them!! Maybe even direct a few more "Magnum Gold Ice Cream" commercials during one of his temporary ventures away from NBC-U?

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Friday, October 25, 2013

You Mean...Ronald D. Moore & Bryan Singer Haven't Yet Tried to "Strong Arm Their Way" Into This Latest "Star Trek" Opportunity With Their Own Batch of "Fake Press Releases" Deceptively Connecting Themselves To It?



http://screenrant.com/new-star-trek-tv-show-roberto-orci/


 

Ronald D. Moore and Bryan Singer aren't trying to deceptively connect themselves to this latest possible "Star Trek" project with their notoriously "Fake Press Releases" that always have a habit of popping up from out of nowhere? Do they have a fever?

I guess this is the first Science Fiction oriented announcement Singer and Moore would never have a chance at getting involved in (due to lack of talent)....that they let slip away from their "Fake Press Release" treatment.

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I Predict That "X-Men: Days of Future Past" Will Be Nothing More Than a "Poor Man's 'Avengers' Movie" And The Umpteenth Boring "X-Men" Sequel



Crushed under the weight of its own uninspired ordinariness, uninspired mundaneness, and uninspired blandness.

Nothing new or fresh to see here (in this movie.)....Move on!!.....Move on!!.....

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

"Retro - Flashback Inquiry!!" Why Did Bryan Singer Announce He Would Be Directing "The Munsters" ("Mockingbird Lane") Just One Month After Announcing He Would Be Directing "Battlestar Galactica?"



http://scifimafia.com/2011/10/bryan-singers-battlestar-galactica-scores-band-of-brothers-writer/


http://www.paranormalpopculture.com/2011/11/bryan-singer-to-helm-munsters-remake.html

Am I not supposed to be noticing little "Devil in The Details" moments like this? Is Universal Studios and Bryan Singer expecting everyone to "just move on" after little "Devil in The Details" moments like this? Their attitude towards this probably would be...."Oh, it's just the Internet!! Press Releases come and go all of the time. Some stick, some don't!! Time to move on!!"

The fact is, there is a really big issue here. Why would Bryan Singer announce he would be directing "The Munsters" when just one month earlier, he claimed he would be "diving right in to develop 'Battlestar Galactica' with nothing to distract him?"

This event is of major significance for two primary reasons. One, He abandoned the former so soon after announcing the latter. It doesn't fall within Bryan Singer's usual "Modus Operandi" of announcing fake press releases. He usually allows more time to elapse before abandoning a former project in favor of a latter one. And Two...."Mockingbird Lane" was one of the few Bryan Singer announced projects that actually got made.

This in itself is a clear indication that this particular "Battlestar Galactica" fake press release from October 2011 from Universal Studios and Bryan Singer was a fake one. Just as all of the other ones (Battlestar Galactica) press releases were. Because no director could direct two projects of this scope at the same time.

Singer also announced "The Six Billion Dollar Man" at about the same time as the "Munsters" and "Galactica." Make that two times Bryan Singer has announced and abandoned projects so close together.



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Bryan Singer's Aborted Project / Fake Press Release List Volume 1

 
http://www.grantland.com/blog/hollywood-prospectus/post/_/id/35894/does-excalibur-wolverine-2-x-men-first-class-director-bryan-singer-really-want-to-make-movies


1. Six Billion Dollar Man
2. Battlestar Galactica

3. The Munsters (TV series)
4. Logan's Run
5. Excalibur
6. Bob Fosse mini series (HBO)
7. 2012 (SyFy Channel mini-series)
8. Sellevision
9. X-Men: Last Stand
10. Jack The Giant Killer
11. Star Trek: Federation - Television Series
12. The Prisoner
13. Wolverine 2
14. X-Men 3
15. Aim High

16. X-Men: First Class
17. X-Men: Days of Future Past (Abandonment Pending)
18. Freedom Formula: Ghost of The Wasteland
19. The Mayor of Castro Street: The Life & Times of Harvey Milk
20. Capeshooters
21. The Twilight Zone remake with CBS-TV
22. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
23. Footballers Wives
24. X-Men Origins: Magneto
25. Superman: The Man of Steel
26. uwantme2killhim? - Straight to DVD?

27. My Eleventh
28. The Black Box (Abandonment Pending)
29. Creature At Bay (Abandonment Pending.)



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Bryan Singer's Puzzling Ascension



http://www.popmatters.com/post/the-front-page-the-puzzling-ascension-of-bryan-singer/

This article has even more relevance currently with the flop "Jack The Giant Slayer" having come and gone and costing the studio involved millions in losses. It was in fact, the biggest box office flop of 2013.

The point of all of this is....Has Bryan Singer been plugged into a permanent..."Stealth Marketing Machine Internet Based" just like his buddy across the aisle....Ronald D. Moore? Permanently and endlessly waxing over the mediocrity of these two individuals?


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Tuesday, October 22, 2013


After Ripping Off "Ghostbusters" and "Men in Black" With This One, It's Back to The Drawing Board Once Again For Universal Studios When it Comes to Science Fiction

 
 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R.I.P.D.


Critical response[edit]

R.I.P.D. received negative reviews from critics, as well as negative feedback from moviegoers.[20] Moviefone users gave the movie a 60% rating, whilst critics on the same website gave it 25%.[21] IMDb users gave the film 5.4/10[22] whilst Rotten Tomatoes gave it a rating of 14%, saying "It has its moments—most of them courtesy of Jeff Bridges' rootin' tootin' performance as an undead Wild West sheriff—but R.I.P.D. is ultimately too dimwitted and formulaic to satisfy."[23] Film critic Roger Moore gave the film one-and-a-half out of four stars, calling it "the worst comic book adaptation since Jonah Hex."[24] At Metacritic the film received a generally unfavorable rating among critics, but has a mixed reception among the website's audience.[25] Kyle Smith of the New York Post rated the film a half-star out of four, saying, "For a movie that so strenuously rips off Ghostbusters and Men in Black, R.I.P.D. manages to come up with fresh new ways of being absolutely terrible. The plot manages to be fully predictable and freakishly bonkers at the same time, seemingly born of the same kind of brainstorming-on-L.S.D. session that must have given us Howard the Duck."[26]

Box office[edit]



As of September 29, 2013 (2013-09-29) R.I.P.D. has grossed $33,618,855 in the United States, plus $39,500,000 internationally, for a combined gross of $73,118,855[5] and has been labeled a box office bomb, with the opening weekend bringing in less than 10% of the film's $130 million production budget.[27]


Is there an original idea anywhere within Universal Studios?

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Ronald D. Moore Really Didn't Open Up About "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only) Because Two Very Important Facts Were "Ever So Conveniently" Left Out


http://sciencefiction.com/2013/10/21/ron-moore-finally-opens-end-battlestar-galactica/

Fact #1: "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only) was cancelled at the end of its fourth season due to low ratings.

Fact #2: "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only) was not "One of the most popular Science Fiction programs of all time." It crawled along on the SyFy Channel's schedule due to low ratings during its entire four season run.  Routinely getting beaten by reruns of "SpongeBob." Let's also not forget that each of the four, low rated seasons of "GINO" were broken up with a long (and I mean long!!) hiatus between season renewals. As if SyFy Channel were saying...."Should we renew this low rated thing or shouldn't we?" Wouldn't a ratings hit have been renewed a lot more quickly between seasons?

"GINO" was a flop, plain and simple. Certainly from the business side of things. As for this nonsense about "GINO"...being...."One of the most popular Science Fiction programs of all time"......as I have said many times before...."The Stealth Marketing Machine" for this long cancelled flop never turns off!! It's still active four years after its cancellation!!

What I'm waiting for is someone REALLY opening up about this show!!

1. Yes, "GINO" was a low rated flop!!

2. Yes, it should have been cancelled long before its first season completed due to low ratings.

3. Yes, its mini series / pilot had the lowest audience test scores in history.

4. Yes, it really wasn't "Battlestar Galactica" but was instead...the eighth season of "Star Trek: Voyager"....dark and dirtied down.

Were the SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore really naïve enough to believe that simply calling something "Battlestar Galactica" made it so?


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Why Everything SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer Do Together or Individually Never Attracts Much Attention





Status Quo Conformity - The SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer love to go with the flow. They are not risk takers. Everything they do is firmly and permanently grounded within the "Corporate America Parameters" of the mundane....the "not surprising in the slightest"....the "bearing a striking resemblance to everything that has come before." From the SyFy Channel's umpteenth variation on the crappy monster movie...to Ronald D. Moore's "typical Wall Street - Corporate Take" on "Battlestar Galactica" - (complete with unappealing characters, and a business suit obsessed wardrobe being worn by a culture of people supposedly thousands of light years from Earth)...to Bryan Singer's failed remake of Richard Donner's "Superman - The Movie" in "Superman Returns"....and apparently being involved with the umpteenth and thoroughly unnecessary sequel to ..."X-Men."

....SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer are typical "Corporate America Conformists" who by their very natures...always take the fun out of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror by instinctively and unconsciously...always adhering to the....."tried & true"....the "endlessly baked over ad nauseum"....and most criminally....the "always boring as hell."...

Lack of Talent, Imagination, and Inspired Thinking - There are endless mysteries in life and one of the "biggies" always has been...why SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore and Bryan Singer continue to pursue Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror when the three of them have always lacked the talent, imagination, and inspired thinking to do so. When you suck at something....move on!! Move on to other things!! SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer never got this blunt lecture from anyone. So, they keep paddling in water going nowhere...continuing to accomplish absolutely nothing in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.

I think it has a lot to do with the fact that SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer keep hoping to make it big in some way in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. Failing to realize every step of the way that habitual "Status Quo Conformity to the Mundane, the endlessly Baked Over, and Typically Boring" is not the way to go about it. This is what keeps holding them back. And the three of them not having the wisdom to realize this.

No brighter opportunities on the horizon for any of themSyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer always stay right where they are at because they always lack something better (career wise) to move on to. Look at Ronald D. Moore, for example. He may have had a new employer in the form of "Sony" for the past couple of years...but look at who his only paying customer has continued to always be even while he has been working at "Sony." That's right...."SyFy Channel." He might as well have remained "in-house" at the "SyFy Channel" because he really hasn't gone anywhere. Because "SyFy Channel" continues to be the purchaser of roughly 99.99% of the garbage he continues to crank out. Oh yes, he has that one project and one project only with "Starz." That sword and sorcery "mumbo-jumbo" of some sort but let's be serious and realistic here. How long is that "gig" with "Starz" really going to last? I base that on Ronald D. Moore's failed "gig" with CBS-TV and the "Wild, Wild West" remake. SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer have always been locked into this...."Boomerang"....."Merry-Go-Round".....relationship with one another. They always end up back together again sooner or later. "Likes" attract absolutely. Especially in this extreme case when the three of them are so alike in terms of lacking talent, imagination, and inspired thinking.

They were made for one another.


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