Treks in Sci-Fi
Attic of my Mind
Job for a Hero
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
I think reality has never been black or white, however in the past, popular culture reflected it to be so and I have always found that refreshing. Certainly the "Leave it to Beaver" ideal reflected society in the 1950's, but that society had plenty of issue's which entertainment ignored. I often look at TV programming and film form the "40's, "50's, and '60's and wish we could be more like that today and then I realize that they likely weren't ever really that way at all.
I'm fine with it too but I think it's a huge mistake not building on the momentum of the first film while you have a fresh and interested audience. A lot of interest can wane in three years. Especially in the targeted young audience. Kevin
While I'd love to see a sequel in two years, I frankly thought that was kind of wishful thinking. These people are busy and deciding when to place the release for movies is very key to their success. I think Paramount thinks they made the right choice delaying the last one by six months from Dec. 2008 to May 2009. I'm sure it made them more money that way and turned out to be a good move. And making money is VERY important to keeping the series going.