The Mirrorball Man wrote:
And that I think is the problem, he's trying too hard to put too much in. It all turns into a jumbled mess.
I'd rather have a jumbled mess full of insane ideas than a classic three-act structure with an A plot and a B plot. Innovation trumps familiarity, as far as I'm concerned.
Innovation is great, it's what's keeping the industry alive, but if the story can't be followed and it jumps all over the place, what's the point?
Surely one can have both, surely the BBC, one of the world's largest media conglomerates knows this.