Yeah. You don't diss the work that comes from the writers ...
Other people's success makes you this bitter? Guess you better get comfortable with that.
22 Stars wrote:
I say we take a step back and cut Shaka Zulu a little slack. Ultimately it is the story which counts, a great new Trek could be made on a flip-book or with macaroni-art and still be moving and exciting.
No. If they don't draw an audience sufficient to justify their investment then it's another failure and another reason never to try again. All elements of the production matter, and the story will not overcome serious deficiencies of execution.