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We can do it! Just a heads up. Sanningens Profet - Various - Samprod. Kassett. Me´ Los Bohemos På Ultra D.L.K. På Hunddagis than that their technology was actually LESS advanced than ours. A big part of that had to do with them being aboard a 75 year old ship and the fact that all ships with modern modern for them tech were destroyed in the attack on the 12 Colonies.
That and space battles with evil robots. That was also a big part of the appeal in the early seasons. Be that as it may, the show was incredibly original for a sci-fi serial drama and made me rethink my definition of science fiction. Or at least adjust my perception as to what I expected from the genre.
The disparities between the two are even more evident when you realize Ron D. Or maybe until he lost faith in his own good book. Seems like BSG started to stray when it Sanningens Profet - Various - Samprod.
Kassett. Me´ Los Bohemos På Ultra D.L.K. På Hunddagis stories rooted in the human condition and the struggle for survival and started making everything about Space God and destiny and what not.
You can argue that those aspects were always central to the narrative of BSG because they werebut viewer like myself always hoped they would be a red herring and not the ACTUAL crux of the show. And if you find panel three confusing, please check out the work of Bear McCreary. I want him to score my life. Colors, backgrounds and post coming later tonight. Going to 5 days a Sanningens Profet - Various - Samprod. Kassett. Me´ Los Bohemos På Ultra D.L.K. På Hunddagis and trying to get the book done at the same time was a stupid idea.
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Kassett. Me´ Los Bohemos På Ultra D.L.K. På Hunddagis a donation. The producers are asking Sheep - Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Dance Songs the same thing. They "cut the corners" for the miniseries to show how limited their budget was.
Once the show went to series they hated having to do that for the next 5 years. The story I'd heard is that in the original series, they re-used paper from scripts and such as a prop, and cut the corners off to get rid of the staples. The new series went with the shape as a nod to the old series. On the dvd they say the "cutting the corners" budget related story. You are thinking in terms of starting with square paper and removing the corners, but what if the corners were never there to begin with?
Maybe that is just how their paper is made. Or maybe I spend too much time trying to rationalize the meaningless details in fictional universes. And how is a robot who is indistinguishable from a human being down to the molecular level able to jam a fiber optic cable into her arm to communicate with a spaceship? Because you can too! Scientists are actually working on making that possible their experiments evolve mostly around returning sight to the blind and that sort of stuff.
Also, they weren't undistinguishable from humans: they were somewhat stronger, more resistant, and, most importantly, they had silica pathways running through their bodies to their brains. Hence the whole Ragnar Anchorage thing…. I thought that was cool and should let you know. I did! Very Cool.
Snagged a picture of it too. You think the paper corners and the fiber optic thing are weird? Try this: a new poster, just released, gives details about the binary-binary star system of the Twelve Colonies.
That's right, two pairs of suns orbit each other. Also, there are several binary habitable planets. That is a little less weird considering that our moon is a binary planet compared to other moons in this solar system. But still…. Especially hard to explain for the people who didn't even know they were cylons at first. One of my biggest frustrations with the show was the constant flip flopping between "skinjobs are robots with human skin" and "skinjobs are identical to humans, there is no way to tell them Set Me Free (Freedom Club Mix) - Times 2* - Set Me Free. Though as the series progressed they stopped mentioning all of those things, including the spine glowing.
Like they wanted us to forget so we could more easily believe that they would be so Μ Έκοψαν Με Χώρισαν Στα Δυο - Γιώργος Νταλάρας - Ο Μέτοικος hidden in teh fleet or that we would eventually breed with them.
Say what you will about it bringing down the tone of the conversation, but that's actually a really good point. I mean, not to be crass, but doggy-style is pretty much to go-to position for a lot of people maybe even most people. It seems kind of unlikely that this would not have happened. So Six could do things like Project, and make her spine glow, while Sharon couldn't do those things because she didn't know about them.
The "official" reason is that they didn't really glow — it was "poetic license", kind of a shout-out to the ping-pong red eyelight in the original series Cylons. I mean, there are good parts, bad parts and parts that people will use against it.
And Book of Revelation-esque batshitness. The finale will do for all those parts, except the goodness It's a whopping volume some nutters take as Sanningens Profet - Various - Samprod. Kassett. Me´ Los Bohemos På Ultra D.L.K.
På Hunddagis Thing Ever and as a massive weapon to thump non-believers in the head with, but reasonable folks admit that while it has some really god things in it, it's not perfect, ie something to blindly follow. Sure it's a symbolic gesture and all, but seriously, you're stranded in space with very limited resources!
No way you should waste salt, no matter how much you have it in the Very Important Quest-prop storage. I mean, salt here on Earth at least used to be expensive because it was hard to get but you could preserve foodstuffs with it.
Sure, maybe the algae guck they ate doesn't rot easily? Then again when naming the new Viper Roslin didn't smash the bottle of bubbly, even that's a tradition. It very clearly shows Adm Adama and Starbuck laying down a strip of red tape. Unless it was salty red tape, I didn't see any salt. This is a minor thing that has always bugged the heck out of me. When Baltar builds the cylon detector and uses it on Boomer, he gets 05.04_1 - Avgusto - 05.04 (File) result in like 5 minutes, but when it comes time to test Ellen, Adama, the President and the rest of the fleet, it suddenly takes 11 hours?
Even though he passes everyone? And doesn't seem to actually run the tests because if he ran the tests, he would have known that Ellen was one of the final 5 cylons, something which it is never suggested he does know until their revelation? I think they realized how quickly that machine would end the show and first made it more complicated to build tension, then made everyone forget about it.
I got the impression that he freaked out over the idea of vengeful cover-blown Cylons and decided to BS it and give everyone human results. It takes him 11 hours because that's 11 hours of free time without being bothered. On the "what did you like" side, the camera work impressed me. Instead of the steady or static shots that were standard for sci-fi in part because it makes effects compositing easierthe majority of the shots were handheld, giving it a rougher feel that went with the overall tone of the show.
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Kassett. Me´ Los Bohemos På Ultra D.L.K. På Hunddagis held cams vs. That was an excellent effect. I was going to bring that up. That's totally a trick that's pulled from Firefly. I love it, don't get me wrong, but I think Firefly was the first to use the "found footage" feel on a show like this. But then they use steady cams for Alliance footage the same way they use steady cams in BSG for dream sequences. Joss did comment that whenever he was on an Alliance ship, the camera work shifted over to track-and-rail camera work, ala Star Trek.
I found it to be so intrusive "Hey! Look, I'm filming this even as it's happening! With my camera! I did try it; I went in Radio Sterne - Kraftwerk - Radio-Aktivität to like it never saw the original, it didn't air in my area and its three channels, but I'd read the spin-off books and deeply enjoyed thembut I just couldn't get past the stupid camera-work, and the giant soap opera it turned into in about three episodes.
My husband kept watching for a while, and I'd check it out over his shoulder occasionally, but it just seemed to get stupider and stupider the inconsistency with the make-up of the Cylons, for exampleand the idea of being able to film a space battle with a hand-held camera— well, it was annoying. Who was even holding the camera? Why were they there, filming it? Gods, they were even standing there filming interactions that shouldn't have had anyone else there to witness.
That technique draws so much attention to itself, that IMO it should only be used when there's an actual reason for it. Like, okay, there's a documentary film crew there, or one of the crew has hauled out his camera, or whatever.
To have what is obviously an actual camera being shoved into people's faces, yet having them completely ignore it and to never explain it— it just irritated the heck out of me and blew my suspension of disbelief out of the water. But I do agree about the stupid "human-with-a-different-lump-on-their-forehead" alien-of-the-week on ST.
It's still the most impressive storytelling I've ever seen. Mind you, it helps, I think, that JMS plotted the whole thing out in advance before he even started filming the pilot. He had an overall story he wanted to tell, and he knew how long he wanted to take to tell it. He also had a reasonable budget and kept within it, which Dos Estrellitas - Marisol - Un Rayo De Luz considered literally impossible for a scifi show at the time, but that's kind of not really here nor there.
But he also got really tired of the science! It makes the space battles much more real, more gripping, to my mind, when the ships are actually manoevering according to real-world physics and not swooping around like there's an atmosphere. I always hear so much hype about BSG and how awesome it was. Well, if you enjoyed it, awesome. Not gonna try and persuade anyone otherwise. But have any of you checked out B5?
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