All I ask is for the courtesy to conclude the show on the creator’s own terms. I like that Timeless was given a chance to do that, and it ought to be standard practice.
That’s a fair point. You may have something there.
I can’t see a market for the Old Republic. It’s just the current era with different clothes on, created to not step on George Lucas’s toes. That’s not an issue anymore, so no need to visit it. Also there’s no real medieval element to it or anything that truly distinguishes it as an earlier era, aside from number of…
The problem a lot of wardrobe and props people make is their references are from magazines, which are pushing fashion choices that real people didn’t really partake in. We didn’t dress like Kylie Minogue or Simon Le Bon. The best place to find true fashion of the 80s is school class photos.
Was that swimming pool a Fast Times nod?
This feels like a Netflix movie.
I’ve never read them, I only know it by reputation, where everyone is called Whizzer and Ginger and Muffy or whatever. Maybe it’s a lot less Jeeves and Wooster than I thought.
Not that Wings. The other Wings.
Seems to me the earlier version has too much ambient occlusion and looks less realistic. Maybe they adjusted it slightly to make it less muddy.
Wings. A sci-fi comedy set in a spaceport.
It’s easy to dismiss a fantasy film for kids as inconsequential silliness. I’m sure many didn’t expect the Paddington movies to be so beloved, or Peppa Pig to be such a runaway hit. The odds of success are impossible to predict, especially in a genre that is often maligned or extremely low budget.
There are still three movies left to explore this, and I think that’s why this has come up now, because Jo Rowling is now writing the screenplay for the next. She’s laying groundwork for what’s to come. Getting upset about something that hasn’t happened yet, with a heavy emphasis on yet, is an absurd misunderstanding…
“Here’s a very cool thing that you’ll never get to have unless you bought a ticket a year earlier.”
Kinja sucks for keeping track of where you are. I was mostly responding to just one person though.
The carefully cultivated artificial life of a Kardashian-lite family is quite sad to watch.
Both reasons, I think.
It will probably be shown, if there’s context for it. It just hasn’t yet.
Yes, she originally wrote them for kids, and she basically stumbled into super-stardom and extra-level scrutiny, which she wasn’t adequately prepared for.
Well, that’s very possible. I hope they’ll learn and improve, though. The box office was still good overseas, so a third is inevitable.
You’re not thinking fourth-dimensionally. There are still three movies left in this story. This will be addressed more directly. This very article basically says so.