Originally Posted by bcruiser
Sure, you are free to have an opinion, even when basing it on imagination. Try basing it on facts and see what happens.
Thanks for the permission to have an opinion.
We're going to have to agree to disagree on this one. If you liked it, good for you. There's nothing in it for me whether you liked it or not. Facts? This was not a documentary.
I certainly will partially base my opinion on imagination. But on the films imagination not mine. Sci-fi and fantasy films are personal favorites. I really appreciate it when they
show creativity and imagination. When they're intelligent and well thought out. Combined with great visuals and good acting you should have a winner. It seems some people
feel that all those elements are not required with movies in these genre This one looked nice, but for me fell well short on the rest. There are more than enough poorly
conceived, badly written, lousy acted, sci-fi and fantasy films out there. If I want to see one like that, all I have to do is watch a SyFy original. They pump them out like an
assembly line. I'm just tired of films in this genre relying on visuals and neglecting other critical elements. I didn't expect to see one from Ridley Scott.
For better or worse, I've read and contributed about all I can as it relates to this movie.