Friday, December 7, 2012 2:48:25 PM
@FoolsPrussia- Find a dictionary and look up 'cerebral`, and then `stiffness`. I guess it`s easy to misinterpret what someone says, when they cannot adequately articulate their meaning because, like, you know, I mean, they have a bad case of arthritis and their joints were sore and cerebral, but could ponder the wonders of the universe, because their mind is so-o-o stiff.
Thursday, December 6, 2012 3:11:14 PM
"You're kidding, right? People mock Star Trek as too cerebral? Really? I always mocked it for poor writing- even though story IDEAS were good- and worse acting."
When I say cerebral, I`m referring to its stiffness, so you`re just misinterpreting my meaning.
Star Trek has many faults, but what made it interesting was its sense of wonder. My problem with the last one was that it really didn`t seem to have a point. It had a weak plot, with a forgettable villain. Most of it seemed to be about winking at the camera, ribbing at the cheesiness of the original series. That`s what I mean by caricature.