ajax wrote:I wonder how they'll end it -- it was a problem that Doug Adams never quite solved imho. It always seemed like he lost interest and wandered away.
ajax wrote: I wonder how they'll end it -- it was a problem that Doug Adams never quite solved imho. It always seemed like he lost interest and wandered away.
luchog wrote:and the complete travesty that was Earthsea (the Sci-Fi channel should not be allowed to make any more movies/tv series').
azalea2 wrote:I read that Ursula Le Guin was extremely unhappy with what happened to Earthsea...
Nowhere Man wrote:You take that back!
*Fondly remembers Farscape, and the Stargate Serieses.*
Though, isn't that always the case? The movies always suck compared to the books. If there had been no Earthsea or Riverworld books, and just the movies, they would have been god-like.
luchog wrote:That just illustrates my point. Farscape, probably the best thing they've ever produced, got killed because they'd rather spend the money on lower-budget crap.
If it wasn't for the name, I wouldn't have given it a second glance. Same with Battlestar Galactica.
Guairdean wrote:I'm looking forward to The Hitchhiker's Guide with some reservations. I was looking forward to I Robot, but I blew it off when I found out it was nothing more that another vehicle for some two bit actor to blow things up. I'm not sure why they used I Robot as the title.
NR Pax wrote:My running joke about Battlestar Galactica was this: It has a wonderful script, powerful storyline and an excellent cast. In other words, it will be cancelled by the second season so Sci Fi can make way for the next reality show.
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