- Motto: "Continue building from within,attack your designated target,defend everyone."
- Weapon: Double-Barreled, Armor-Piercing Particle Beam Cann...
This is not bashing, it's a look at the situation, starting from worst interpretations specifically to eliminate and move upwards to better:
Spielberg was the one who 'suggested' that Bay start the Movie storyline off with a 5-versus-6 deal (and Bay backed down), which contributed to a whole lot of the problems the fanbase sees which are linked to the 'where did they come from? was the main problem' thing this executive discusses in the interview above.
Don't celebrate just because it's Spielberg.Even Lucas, after 30 years of fans clamoring and going as far as knocking on his door and offering to make financial contributions to the SW prequels (I'm told he'd just slam the door on them) made the assumption the replacement for Chewbacca would be a winner, aimed it at the veery youngest new fans, and stumbled in all his invincibility of the moment with Jar Jar.
Anybody can direct a Transformers script. The idea is that it should be a movie about Transformers, rather than someone elses decision to use his formula.(Armageddon is not a movie about Armageddon, and Transformers isn't about 5 versus 6: Bay is a serious issue of appropriateness for declaring he hates filming red (count the red vehicles in Dotm) and Spielberg is a serious issue of advising for letting Bay get away with that rather than hiring any number of other directors who WOULD film red).Think about it.
Not pretending Spielberg hasn't made fantastic SPIELBERG movies, or that the TF films don't rock- and there is a bonus with him at the TF helm, strictly talking formula now: A pack of Velociraptors, terrorizing Rangers, Scientists and Sightseers, and in turn being terrorized by a T-rex, translates directly to a pack of Seekers terrorizing an Autobot expedition and in turn being terrorized by Megatron. 'Course, Jurassic Park is a novel someone else wrote.
Like I state at the beginning, this isn't bashing, just thoughts about implications. 'Prepare for the worst to thrive in the better', as the saying goes.
"Everyone has a hobby.Even people who say they don't still have one under another name.If we're sick,injured, we still go to it and get down to see how it is.If it needs something, we bring it,make sure the attention is perfect.It exercises our care and protection and gives us back philosophies.It's a living thing to us,and is the most perfect way to teach a young person how to be towards a living thing. It's something that should never be taken away."