Good hook for Paramount. Abrams is just about to hit his prime and Bad Robot is new Amblin when it comes to quality.
Mar 27 - 05:13 AM
Nice analogy, Cap. I hope this means that Abrams will remain involved with the Star Trek franchise.
Mar 27 - 05:39 AM
I don't think Abrams is part of the SSpielberg/JCameron/PJackson/GDelToro elite group (to this point), but I've liked everything he's done so far. His productions are Hollywood, and are quality too. Keep up the good work JJ. Looking forward to Star Trek.
Mar 27 - 08:01 AM
the thing i like about him is does develop his characters and isnt a BOOM!!!! director. For that reason alone i dont think he will ever have a bomb and part of the reason i think star trek will be a success. He isnt afraid to take chances either and he has produced alot of good quality work.
Mar 27 - 10:18 AM
"the thing i like about him is does develop his characters and isnt a BOOM!!!"Meh, I like MI:III and all, but I would call MI:III just BOOM!!!. I mean, I kind of thought Phillip Seymor Hoffman was totally wasted in that movie and under developed. I would also say the same thing about Michelle Monaghan. Yeah and I would also say the same thing about Ving Rhames, Jonathan Reese Myers, and the girl from Live Free or Die Hard in MI:III, I thought that movie was totally centered more on the action- still a fun movie though, and probably the best in the series. I mean we really don't know much about Abrams as a director. He's done one movie that was fun, lets wait and see how Star Trek is before we start talking about Abram's skill as a director.
Mar 27 - 06:35 PM
It's about the only smart move that Paramount's made in the last 2 years.
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