Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, welcomes his fellow Imagination Connoisseurs into a discussion of “all things geek” in episode #201 of ROBSERVATIONS.
Topics of conversation include:
• The title of the next James Bond movie is NO TIME TO DIE. Like it or hate it? Why don’t we all go to London and check out the premiere?
• What’s up with the new Joker movie? The director describes it as “provocative” – but what is the filmmaker trying to do?
• Does the new Joker movie underscore the “power of allagory”?
• Will you watch the Joker on screen even if there’s no Batman in the film?
• What’s RMB’s reaction to the news that Spider-Man will be leaving the MCU and return to SONY as an exclusive property?
• Is 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY the greatest science fiction movie of all time?
• What’s the upside to CBS and Viacom merging? Rob responds to Aaron Johnson’s letter.
• Is “diversity” being forced when it comes to casting films and television shows because of a political agenda in Hollywood? A viewer asks the question and Rob responds.
• If there was an agenda in the entertainment business, Imagination Connoisseur, Dieter Bastian, claims he found it in Episode #200 of ROBSERVATIONS … Rob is all about the chips.
• Is The Orville too close to Star Trek: The Next Generation that it should be considered as a “rip-off” rather than a “tribute”?
• Are we going to see more co-productions between US and Chinese studios and filmmakers? Rob explains why this makes sense.
Plus SuperChats from viewers, more letters and breaking news.
About Robert Meyer Burnett
Best known for FREE ENTERPRISE, starring Emmy winners William Shatner and Eric McCormack, Rob Burnett offers his own unique perspective on the entertainment industry in his daily “Robservations” video blogs.
(Originally aired: August 20, 2019 – 2:11:39)