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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: The CW Doing a Babylon 5 Reboot
« Last post by Jeff Tanyard on October 19, 2021, 12:03:37 PM »
Their biggest problem will be that no one listens to Zathras.


Zathras have very sad life.  Probably have very sad death.  But at least there is symmetry.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: The CW Doing a Babylon 5 Reboot
« Last post by Post-Crisis D on October 19, 2021, 12:01:27 PM »
What level do they keep the profits on?


They're going to let N'Grath handle all the money issues.   :icon_mrgreen:




Their biggest problem will be that no one listens to Zathras.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: The CW Doing a Babylon 5 Reboot
« Last post by Jeff Tanyard on October 19, 2021, 11:50:32 AM »
What level do they keep the profits on?


They're going to let N'Grath handle all the money issues.   :icon_mrgreen:


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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What movie did you recently watch?
« Last post by Vijaya on October 19, 2021, 01:26:47 AM »
Wind River was hauntingly beautiful.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: The CW Doing a Babylon 5 Reboot
« Last post by PJ Post on October 18, 2021, 11:49:45 PM »
I'm predicting a good first season (lots of source material and great effects) and then...not so much (reimagining and updating for a modern audience).


I think the opposite is more likely: a rocky first season followed by much-improved second and third seasons as the show finds its groove.  Like the original B5, in other words.

The answer probably depends upon what level of involvement The CW takes.

What level do they keep the profits on?
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: The CW Doing a Babylon 5 Reboot
« Last post by Post-Crisis D on October 18, 2021, 04:53:35 PM »
I'm predicting a good first season (lots of source material and great effects) and then...not so much (reimagining and updating for a modern audience).


I think the opposite is more likely: a rocky first season followed by much-improved second and third seasons as the show finds its groove.  Like the original B5, in other words.

The answer probably depends upon what level of involvement The CW takes.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What movie did you recently watch?
« Last post by j tanner on October 18, 2021, 04:04:02 PM »
I haven't seen any of the Hobbit movies, nor will I.  As soon as I heard it was going to be a trilogy, I knew it was going to wildly diverge from the book.  The internet confirmed my suspicions.

Wise decision. It's mind-boggling that the same people who made so many smart decisions with LotR made so many awful ones with these.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: The CW Doing a Babylon 5 Reboot
« Last post by Jeff Tanyard on October 18, 2021, 03:33:51 PM »
I'm predicting a good first season (lots of source material and great effects) and then...not so much (reimagining and updating for a modern audience).


I think the opposite is more likely: a rocky first season followed by much-improved second and third seasons as the show finds its groove.  Like the original B5, in other words.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What movie did you recently watch?
« Last post by Jeff Tanyard on October 18, 2021, 03:28:15 PM »
I haven't seen any of the Hobbit movies, nor will I.  As soon as I heard it was going to be a trilogy, I knew it was going to wildly diverge from the book.  The internet confirmed my suspicions.
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TV/Movie Talk [Public] / Re: What movie did you recently watch?
« Last post by Anarchist on October 18, 2021, 02:59:09 AM »
Watched this last night...





A fantastic slow-burn mystery. Taylor Sheridan is a talented storyteller. And Renner and Olsen are great, as usual. I've now watched it twice. I'll surely watch it again at some point.

Currently on Netflix.
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