Robservations

A daily (or nearly daily) video blog from Robert Meyer Burnett sharing new ideas and work from some of the most exciting new creators in genre media.

Does fandom have a responsibility to itself?

Does fandom have a responsibility to itself?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look at the de-evolution of fan culture and why it gets as disrespectful as it does. Is it all Bart Simpson’s fault? Really? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #344).

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It’s good to like things … no matter what it may be.

It’s good to like things … no matter what it may be.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about Brian Greene’s recent appearance on the Joe Rogan podcast on the intersection of science, philosophy and religion. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #343).

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The most insidious element of STAR TREK: PICARD.

The most insidious element of STAR TREK: PICARD.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, rails against what’s happening to Star Trek on the CBS All Access series, STAR TREK: PICARD. Is it even Star Trek? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #342).

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Lessons the Lord of the Rings trilogy can teach franchise filmmakers.

Lessons the Lord of the Rings trilogy can teach franchise filmmakers.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, breaks down Peter Jackson’s approach to filming and producing The Lord of the Rings trilogy of films and compares it to how modern producers are attempting to create epic, genre franchise properties. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #341).

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Is our science fiction media failing us?

Is our science fiction media failing us?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, posits that science fiction is needed more today than ever before – but are today’s authors, producers and show runners up to the task? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #340).

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How much say should audiences have in entertainment creation?

How much say should audiences have in entertainment creation?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about the surprise success of SONIC THE HEDGEHOG in spite of initial fan reaction – but does that mean something to other genre properties as well? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #339).

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A tale of Romulan ale and Borg slip and slides.

A tale of Romulan ale and Borg slip and slides.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks through the latest episode of STAR TREK: PICARD and where things seem to be slipping off the rails. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #338).

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Defining horror films, THE LIGHTHOUSE and fandom’s gatekeepers.

Defining horror films, THE LIGHTHOUSE and fandom’s gatekeepers.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a deep dive into the horror genre and some of the outstanding movies that have come out in the past year and a half including THE LIGHTHOUSE … and the news isn’t entirely bad. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #337).

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The Netflix/BLACK MIRROR choose your own adventure lawsuit.

The Netflix/BLACK MIRROR choose your own adventure lawsuit.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, looks into BLACK MIRROR, the British sci-fi anthology show that’s breaking the model of traditional, narrative media. What does the future hold for BLACK MIRROR’S “choose-your-own-adventure” storylines? Is this the new future for streaming media? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #336).

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Hollywood’s on-set, black hair problem.

Hollywood’s on-set, black hair problem.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about the business of movies, streaming media and telling stories in the 21st Century (for fun and profit). Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #333).

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Is it time to forget about The Oscars?

Is it time to forget about The Oscars?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, asks if it’s not time to change the way the entertainment industry pays tribute to its best and brightest talent – and maybe move away from the Academy Awards for good? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #334).

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The studios vs the WGA. Strike … or evolve?

The studios vs the WGA. Strike … or evolve?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a behind-the-scenes look at the brewing labor unrest in the entertainment industry – what does it mean for our favorite films and TV shows currently in production? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #331).

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Hatred of A.I. and all synthetic life is illogical.

Hatred of A.I. and all synthetic life is illogical.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, seems to think the way STAR TREK: PICARD is handling artificial intelligence isn’t very smart. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #329).

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First impressions of STAR TREK: PICARD (non-spoiler).

First impressions of STAR TREK: PICARD (non-spoiler).

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, gives his first impressions of the latest series in the Star Trek franchise, STAR TREK: PICARD … and the news isn’t entirely bad. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #327).

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The last RISE OF SKYWALKER show and more DUEL OF THE FATES leaks.

The last RISE OF SKYWALKER show and more DUEL OF THE FATES leaks.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, promises this is the LAST show dedicated to THE RISE OF SKYWALKER – but that doesn’t mean it’s the last we’ll hear about continued leaks of the Episode IX earlier iteration as DUEL OF THE FATES. Check out the latest revelations! Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #326).

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Is the Netflix narrative over?

Is the Netflix narrative over?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, gives us an insider’s look at the business of TV and film. And sometimes that view isn’t all that pretty. How will things change in the coming years? Tune in and find out. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #325).

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THE FAREWELL disappoints in China … Hollywood take note!

THE FAREWELL disappoints in China … Hollywood take note!

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about the importance of international film markets – especially China – to Hollywood film makers. We also get a personal tour of an Imagination Connoisseur’s awesome Star Wars-themed man cave. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #324).

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Hollywood’s 100 Favorite Films.

Hollywood’s 100 Favorite Films.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look at the AFI 100 Favorite Films list as we enter awards season this year. Some films make the list because they’re entertaining, others because they’re important – but are they all worthy? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #323).

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Manifest and the joyful disdain of the impossible premise.

Manifest and the joyful disdain of the impossible premise.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, only watches one network show, MANIFEST – and in this episode of Robservations, he explains why it’s a must-watch, hate-watch for him. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #322).

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It’s taken a decade for Star Trek to move forward. Why?!?

It’s taken a decade for Star Trek to move forward. Why?!?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a much closer look at what’s happened to Star Trek since the end of the original characters’ cinematic appearances (in Star Trek: Generations). What’s gone wrong, and why? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #321).

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Special guest author and director Paul Salamoff.

Special guest author and director Paul Salamoff.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, interviews writer, producer, and comic book creator, Paul Salamoff about storytelling, movie-making and what he’s watching now. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #320).

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Is the end of physical media coming sooner than we thought?

Is the end of physical media coming sooner than we thought?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, catches up with the hundreds of new subscribers to THE BURNETTWORK and his show, ROBSERVATIONS. Talks Trek, Star Wars and, to the delight of Imagination Connoisseurs everywhere, the future of physical media. Plus reader letters, more superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #319).

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A further look at the Episode IX: DUEL OF THE FATES script.

A further look at the Episode IX: DUEL OF THE FATES script.

Hot on the heals of yesterday’s blockbuster script leak, writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look at an early draft of the script for Star Wars: Episode IX Plus – and asks “what if” … Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #318).

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A look at the Star Wars Episode IX: DUEL OF THE FATES screenplay

A look at the Star Wars Episode IX: DUEL OF THE FATES screenplay

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, reviews an early draft of Star Wars’ 9th episode entitled DUEL OF THE FATES … it’s the Star Wars finale that could have been. And much more! Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #317).

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Kurtzman is making a Clarice Starling series without Bryan Fuller.

Kurtzman is making a Clarice Starling series without Bryan Fuller.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, reviews the recent announcement that STAR TREK: DISCOVERY producer Alex Kurtzman is on to make a series about the noted detective from SILENCE OF THE LAMBS. How does RMB think it will go? Just guess. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #316).

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The single, fundamental misunderstanding of modern Star Trek

The single, fundamental misunderstanding of modern Star Trek

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, is upset about what’s happening to Star Trek over the past ten years. What have the modern stewards of this venerable franchise forgotten and how can Star Trek be saved? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #315).

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What will Warners’ new A.I. system mean for Hollywood?

What will Warners’ new A.I. system mean for Hollywood?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, recaps recent news about Warner Brothers’ announcement that it will start using artificial intelligence (AI) to evaluate new project pitches. What could possibly go wrong? Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #314).

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They spent how much on content in 2019?!?!?!?!?!?

They spent how much on content in 2019?!?!?!?!?!?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about the record-breaking year that was 2019 and outrageous budget predictions for shows in 2020. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #312).

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How does fandom move forward in 2020?

How does fandom move forward in 2020?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, explores the future of fandom for those who love fantasy, sci-fi, adventure and other forms of genre entertainment. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #310).

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Is Disney an evil empire which must be destroyed?

Is Disney an evil empire which must be destroyed?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look at the business practices and complaints about Disney and its leadership. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #308).

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What’s all this business about a “J.J. Cut” of TROS?

What’s all this business about a “J.J. Cut” of TROS?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett and his merry band of Imagination Connoissuers talk about the latest rumors of a special, directors’ cut of THE RISE OF SKYWALKER that’s being kept under wraps by Disney. Plus reader letters, superchats and more on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #307).

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Should Hollywood bring back analog VFX?

Should Hollywood bring back analog VFX?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, discusses the good, the bad and the unwatchable about digital visual effects. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #306).

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Star Wars and the fate of bad men.

Star Wars and the fate of bad men.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, turns to the dark side of the force and takes a closer look at the bad boys of Star Wars. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #308).

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The state of fandom.

The state of fandom.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, and the Imagination Connoisseurs of the Post-Geek Singularity explore the future of fandom. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #303).

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Some favorite physical media releases of 2019

Some favorite physical media releases of 2019

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, reviews some of his favorite DVDs and Blu-Rays released during the past year. Plus reader letters, superchats and great conversation on ROBSERVATIONS (Episode #302).

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Beverly Hills Cop 4, Paramount profit and crossing the streams.

Beverly Hills Cop 4, Paramount profit and crossing the streams.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, goes retro-90s-buddy-cop on the Post-Geek Singularity as he talks about the latest news concerning BEVERLY HILLS COP 4. Plus superchat questions, letters from fans and cameo appearances by Gilbert and Talulah on Epsiode #276 of ROBSERVATIONS.

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What is the purpose and value of science fiction

What is the purpose and value of science fiction

Writer-director-producer, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about sci-fi and the purpose it serves in society today – and the Imagination Connoisseurs of the Post-Geek Singularity adds their 2 cents’ worth on this episode (#275) of ROBSERVATIONS.

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The fate of the great franchises.

The fate of the great franchises.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a look at the great franchises of genre entertainment and where they’re headed. What will happen with Star Trek, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings and more … all on Episode #272 of ROBSERVATIONS.

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Superman the Movie, James Bond and Star Wars will live forever!

Superman the Movie, James Bond and Star Wars will live forever!

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a deeper look into breakthroughs in physical media and how 1978’s Superman: The Movie has been stored on a crystal disk. Plus more superchats, letters and insights from fellow Imagination Connoisseurs in episode #268 of ROBSERVATIONS.

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Who would even want to work on our beloved franchises?

Who would even want to work on our beloved franchises?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, discusses how “toxic fandom” was a contributing factor to the former GOT showrunners’, (Weiss and Benioff), departure from Lucasfilms and the Star Wars franchise. This and more on episode #266 of ROBSERVATIONS.

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HBO pulls the plug on the first Game of Thrones prequel.

HBO pulls the plug on the first Game of Thrones prequel.

Writer-director-producer, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about the business of show business in episode #263 of ROBSERVATIONS. Join Rob and the Imagination Connoisseurs of the Post-Geek Singularity as they talk horror films, home video systems, THE MANDALORIAN and much, much more.

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What can JOKER’S astonishing box office success teach the industry?

What can JOKER’S astonishing box office success teach the industry?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, re-convenes the Post-Geek Singularity for episode #261 of ROBSERVATIONS. In this episode, Rob deconstructs the lessons learned from JOKER’S phenomenal run at the box office and what that might mean for the entertainment industry; takes letters from fans and chats with others in the live stream during the broadcast.

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Can films or filmmakers go too far into unacceptability?

Can films or filmmakers go too far into unacceptability?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, and the Imagination Connoisseurs of The Post-Geek Singularity take a deep dive into filmmaking and what lines shouldn’t be crossed when it comes to storytelling (and more) on episode #213 of ROBSERVATIONS.

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Is verisimilitude more important than meaning itself?

Is verisimilitude more important than meaning itself?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, returns to the microphone following a Labor Day respite and takes his fellow Imagination Connoisseurs on an adventure into the Post-Geek Singularity with this, episode #212 of ROBSERVATIONS (a show about something).

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Enough with the anger … Let’s make sweet, sweet Empire love …

Enough with the anger … Let’s make sweet, sweet Empire love …

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, and the Imagination Connoisseurs of The Post-Geek Singularity put on their rose-colored glasses and reminisce about all the good times on Hoth with Darth and the boys … plus a lot questions from fans and other pleasant memories on episode #210 of ROBSERVATIONS.

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Superman II and verisimilitude … the debate rages.

Superman II and verisimilitude … the debate rages.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, holds court with his fellow Imagination Connoisseurs in episode #209 of ROBSERVATIONS. The debate about Superman continues in a fun and rollicking conversation about what makes movies seem “real.”

Get in on the fun!

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Has Star Wars lost the plot of its own story?

Has Star Wars lost the plot of its own story?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, welcomes the Imagination Connoisseurs to episode #206 of ROBSERVATIONS. On today’s episode, The Post-Geek Singularity takes a closer look at the last Star Wars trilogy of films, Superman, Spider-Man and much more.

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Newsflash! Science fiction has always been political.

Newsflash! Science fiction has always been political.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, spends time with his fellow Imagination Connoisseurs to discuss what to expect with D23 this weekend and much, much more on this episode (#204) of Robeservations. Welcome to The Post-Geek Singularity …

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What’s next for James Bond, 007?

What’s next for James Bond, 007?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, holds a technologically-challenged gathering of Imagination Connoisseurs in episode #199 of ROBSERVATIONS. Covering a wide range of topics from event attendance etiquette to cultural differences in beauty – Burnett and the Post-Geek Singularity cover the gamut of issues swirling through geek culture today.

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Middle-aged Cosplay: Boba Fett!

Middle-aged Cosplay: Boba Fett!

Writer-Producer-Director, Robert Meyer Burnett, introduces us to a lifelong friend, Greg Smith, who lives in Olympia, Washington and attends Star Wars events and comic conventions dressed as Boba Fett. Smith’s costume is built from scratch and includes a lot of remarkable detail – as we see in this video.

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Middle Aged Cosplay: Resistance X-Wing Pilot!

Middle Aged Cosplay: Resistance X-Wing Pilot!

Star Wars cosplayer, Greg Smith, shares the story behind his Rebel flight suit costume he built from scratch for sci-fi conventions and other events. Greg is from Olympia, WA, and a life-long friend of Robert Meyer Burnett, host of ROBSERVATIONS.

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Are R-rated movies really necessary?

Are R-rated movies really necessary?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, reads viewer letters and shares their stories and his own insights on the entertainment business in this “super-sized” episode (#198) of ROBSERVATIONS.

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Has Disney fallen out of love with STAR WARS?

Has Disney fallen out of love with STAR WARS?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, calls together another gathering of Imagination Connoisseurs in episode #196 of ROBSERVATIONS. Today, Rob and fans discuss whether or not Disney and LucasFilm has “fallen out of love” with the STAR WARS franchise, the perils of growing up as a geek in today’s culture, how violent entertainment effects our ability to curb gun violence and much more.

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Which cinematic monsters are the very best?

Which cinematic monsters are the very best?

Join Robert Meyer Burnett and his fellow Imagination Connoisseurs as they cover a variety of topics including: the most interesting (and fearsome) monsters of film and television; how Alan Moore’s comic book stories are translated into movies and series; growing up as a geek girl (as explained by Willow Yang) and take a deep dive into the future of Disney and its various entertainment divisions – will they ever run out of material to “re-boot”?

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Will we watch THE WATCHMEN? Should we watch THE WATCHMEN?

Will we watch THE WATCHMEN? Should we watch THE WATCHMEN?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a Sunday stroll through a variety of topics involving genre entertainment, sci-fi, comics and how these things affect pop culture today on episode #194 of ROBSERVATIONS.

Rob also covers the upcoming WATCHMEN series on HBO, whether or not Hip Hop artists should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, how to get an internship with a film production and much, much more!

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THE HUNT is stopped before it begins.

THE HUNT is stopped before it begins.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, hosts an action-packed episode of Robservations (#193) where he talks a little politics, a little Hollywood and Universal Picture’s announcement they’ve shelved THE HUNT following shootings in El Paso, Dayton and Gilroy.

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Superman doesn’t need to be “fixed.”

Superman doesn’t need to be “fixed.”

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a cool cruise through the world of movies, comic books, and genre entertainment. Today, the discussion of what’s right and wrong with Superman continues – this time with thoughts from other Hollywood insiders!

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SUPERMAN RETURNS vs SUPERMAN IV: The Quest for Peace? Really?

SUPERMAN RETURNS vs SUPERMAN IV: The Quest for Peace? Really?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, hosts ROBSERVATIONS #191 – and in-depth conversation about whether or not SUPERMAN IV is a better Superman movie than SUPERMAN RETURNS. Really?

Check out the cool props, hilarious conversations, engaging insights and much more.

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The origins of geek-centric misogyny.

The origins of geek-centric misogyny.

Writer-director-producer, Robert Meyer Burnett, leads a rollicking discussion exploring the intersection of genre entertainment with many social issues facing our culture today.

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Apocalypes POW – the final cut of a classic

Apocalypes POW – the final cut of a classic

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, discusses the classic film APOCALYPSE NOW and what sets it apart from others. Rob also shares his opinion on HOOK and THE GOONIES (he’s not a fan), avoiding buffoonery and more.

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Great characters live or die based on the quality of writing.

Great characters live or die based on the quality of writing.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a deep dive into the world of geek culture and contemporary media. Topics include what makes fictional characters worth watching; if there are “Mary Sue” characters (for gals), are their also “Larry Sue” characters (for guys)?

And, of course, many other topics of utmost importance (and enjoyment).

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What makes female characters heroic?

What makes female characters heroic?

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks movies, comic books and all forms of genre entertainment. Today, topics include what makes a female character a “Mary Sue” hero, the strength of Ripley as the lead character in ALIENS, the importance of having feminine voices in our genre entertainment and the historic challenges for female sci-fi writers.

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Justice for Han and a lifelong love of “B” cinema.

Justice for Han and a lifelong love of “B” cinema.

Gilbert the Gilbaarian and his sidekick, writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talk about genre entertainment, dog treats, comics, dog treats, FAST & FURIOUS movies and, yes, more dog treats in this, the July 30th edition of ROBSERVATIONS.

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The storytelling advice of George Lucas.

The storytelling advice of George Lucas.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about storytelling and filmmaking and the advice that STAR WARS creator, George Lucas, recently passed on to John Favreau, who will helm the new STAR WARS series: THE MANDALORIAN.

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What Disney’s upcoming MULAN seems to get so right!

What Disney’s upcoming MULAN seems to get so right!

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, charges into the breech once again as the Imagination Connoisseurs of the Post-Geek Singularity talk about the pressing issues facing today’s world of genre entertainment on the July 8th edition of ROBSERVATIONS. Today, RMB discusses Disney’s new MULAN, tokenism in comics and much more. Check it out!

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Falling in love with cinema in the Summer of ’86

Falling in love with cinema in the Summer of ’86

Was the Summer of 1986 the best summer in movie history? Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look at the biggest blockbuster summer in recent memory, answers questions from viewers and reads letters from fans in this, the July 7th episode of ROBSERVATIONS.

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All kind of crazy love for THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS!

All kind of crazy love for THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS!

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a deep dive of cool goodness that is the Post-Geek Singularity in this, the July 5th edition of ROBSERVATIONS.

Rob talks replica props, collectibles, movie news and, of course, the films of the Summer of 1989 with his fellow Imagination Connoisseurs.

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Pride and prejudice and mermaids.

Pride and prejudice and mermaids.

Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, talks about surviving the recent earthquake in So-Cal as well as other vital items of interest to the Post-Geek Singularity in this, the Independence Day edition of ROBSERVATIONS.

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