Re: Has star trek changed
Shaka Zulu wrote:
Also don't understand the view that Abrams 'has no interest' in science fiction. He's involved, however tangentially, in making so much of the stuff - Lost, Cloverfield, Super-8, Star Trek 2009, Star Wars - he seems to have at least a passing interest, no?
The only one of those I'd consider to be true science-fiction would be the time travel episodes of Lost
and he had zero influence on them. They were conceived of/written by Damon Lindelof and Calrton Cuse.
He is from the Spielberg/Lucas school of thought regarding the genre which is PERFECT
for Star Wars Episode VII
but entirely wrong for Star Trek. My two pence.
Okay smarty-pants, just who
the frack do you think is better than Abrams at running the Star Trek franchise?
Please let us know.
Careful, it's a trap.
A movie aiming low should not be praised for hitting that target.