vectorA3 wrote:I know this is the wrong place to discuss this, but I'll say it here anyway. The next Star Trek is set to film next year and drop in May of 2013. G.I. Joe 2 set for next summer. That's 4 years and 3 years between movies respectively. Whether these new movies be good, bad or ugly -why the *&(%&$&*$%& couldn't they do this with TF?? ROTF was horrible. Joe and Star Trek -let's take our time on, but TF, f&*% it, crank em out and get it over with, doesn't matter how bad they are. We don't care. This absolutely incenses me
It has nothing to do with "taking their time" with either Star Trek or G.I. Joe 2. There were many contract disputes, actors schedules conflicting with shooting dates, and trying to get certain actors to return. IN G.I. Joes case, i believe only duke is going to be returning on the joes side. That wasn't initialy planned. Also, a brand new director. Again, something that wasn't planned. (Last i heard, The new director is the same that directed the Justin Beiber movie
And whats worse is that's his only directing experiance)
As for Star Trek, J.J. Abrams was up and down coming back for the sequel. Also, contracts were never writen before hand for actors to return for a sequel. Again, whitch took time.
TF had contracts already in play, so it was alot eaiser to get the balls rolling again.
And sorry, but your aurgument of "They just crank them out, They don't care how bad they are" is crap. You may not like them. Whitch is fine. BUt Billions in profits says the majority liked what they saw.
Would a movie with 75% TF work and be profitable? That i can agree with. But budget comes to mind.
Personally, i love for them to leave out all the CGI that would give more TF screen time (Such as the Decepticon ships in DOTM, and Driller) While i could have done without these, I underdtand their purpose in the movie. It was to give the overall audeince the "Wow" factor. Like it or not, they need to like what they see long before the TF fandom does.