If you use Knight Rider as an example when it first came around some 34 years ago - it was it's thing own thing that set trends. Not borrowing (or copying from other trends).
Knight Rider spawned inspired shows such as Viper & Street-Hawk.
Now as to whether this Power Rangers reboot will be copying from other trends with regards to the script remains to be seen as at this moment we can only give comments on the tone of the suits which again I will repeat for posterity is that they look like the designers are borrowing from other trends.
Power Rangers need to look like Power Rangers. Not Power Rangers that are trying to desperately look like they fused with Iron Man & MegaMan.
I find it insulting that Hollywood "thinks" that we'll be just happy with a new movie that is playing it safe and reusing concepts that have been done before.
The audience will grow complacent and go elsewhere when it feels it's intelligence is being insulted/patronised.
I like it when movies take a chance and try something new and innovative that says "hey, let's step out of our comfort zone and do something that hasn't been done."
Now whilst I liked the TMNT 2 movie this year with it's fan-service to the 80's series that made my inner 9 years-young do cartwheels in excitement it's not really offering anything new.
10 Million views in two days (at the time of posting this). Now, that Warner Bros have given us something more informative in regards to this long awaited confrontation between these iconic characters on the silver screen; this has made the movie much more enticing.
I felt best to address this situation as early as possible.
I am going to have to upload Reviews from said Season on a case by case basis. Because most of those reviews are on Blip; they did allow for me to have less restrictions in regards to Fair Use/Parody/Satire clause. But youtube is a lot stricter than Blip and because I have worked so hard for years to get this Partnership with a Network I am not going to carlessly throw it away.
That said; most of the reviews when I re-upload them will either require a means of seeing if it's ok to Monetise them or not. If I can't, so be it.
Youtube has gotten a lot savvier and stricter as I've mentioned and it's just smart to approach this cautiously.
I know some of you want to see Tickets from Season 3 to emerge on the new YT Page and I will do my best to bring it there.
Thank you for your time.
My movie review series