Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by HaplessCrewman, Apr 22, 2014.
He went to the Cracked school of writing?
More complicated yet today, no doubt, by the temptations that the Intertubes offer for astroturfing.
Okay, I'll gladly insult and criticize Orci and his writing, and in fact have been really ramping it in gear since Spider-Man's release last week. But I got to ask, what is wrong with him using fuck 36 times? It's a fucking great word and I always look for a fucking excuse to fucking use it. Fuck.
What exactly is the complaint here? Obviously it wasn't meant for the screen.
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BTW, it's typical for Bad Robot scripts to use the word "fuck" a lot.
It's also my typical reaction when I read a Bad Robot script.
Suck it, haters.
Then I'd really like to re-read some Felicity scripts...
That being said, it comes off as juvenile and reflects accordingly on the writers. What does "in fucking labor" even mean? Apparently he's confusing the order of events.
It's a word, used to create emphasis. The only thing that comes off as juvenile is the southern fainting spell that its use seems to have created in this thread.
I guess that settles it. This will the first Trek film I'll skip in two decades.
Every time I hear someone say these words, I assume they'll see it twice on opening day.
The Stig is on a roll!
I'd probably see it once if somebody else paid for it.
Fuck off, Bob. :P
Hey, here you can say that to Rick, but never to anyone from the Bad Robot crew. Get it right!
That's how I wound up seeing ID in theaters, after only barely getting through 09 on homevid (2for1 day at vidstore.)
I think for another one, I'd have to have somebody pay my way AND pay me for my time.
I like Orci, though the Truther stuff lowers my opinion of him somewhat, but in regards to the next Trek movie, I think he'll do a fine job.
Well, it could hardly get any worse.
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