What does it take to make great STAR TREK? Or STAR WARS? Or new material for any of the franchises we love? Why have we been let down so many time … just this week? Plus more letters from other viewers.
Images of war on film sometimes have an unexpected effect on the viewer. Imagination Connoisseur, Julian Mushkin, shares the story of how he learned about his grandfathers’ sacrifices during WW-II in such a way. Plus more letters from other viewers.
Big-time film directors like John Landis and Ridley Scott have made their name on smaller productions like television commercials (Apple’s 1984 spot) and music videos (Michael Jackson’s THRILLER). Plus letter writers ask a number of other questions in today’s mailbag.
Where has animator Genndy Tartakovsky gone? In the late 90s, his work was all over Cartoon Network – but now, other than the HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA franchise, the only work available for viewing is the animated feature, PRIMAL.
What is it that makes characters so interesting or movies so boring? Imagination Connoisseurs write in to The Burnettwork to share their thoughts, ideas and concerns about the stories they love the most.
Imagination Connoisseurs have very special relationships with the characters, stories and franchises we love. Today’s letters give us some insights as to how those relationships are formed.