A peek into the creative Geniuses behind Lost


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  1. Craig says:

    There once was this highly artistic, extremely popular ABC show where for the first season watching it was like peeling an onion. Layer after layer of texture and subplots and backstories all intricately woven together to form a majestic tapestry.

    Then the second season came.

    It made no sense. The writers violated internal consistency all over the place. Characters were back-written to have done things that had already been clearly eliminated as possibilities. The viewers became annoyed at the writers’ inability to keep up with their own story, and eventually ratings dropped.

    That show was Twin Peaks, and I was among its stalwart fans until the writers threw in the towel and underestimated their audience.

    Twin Peaks is why I don’t watch Lost.

    I knew that Lost would suffer the same kind of storyline bloat, and that Hollywood writers just weren’t up to the task to maintain the same level of intricacy over time. I’m glad I didn’t bother.

  2. Brendo says:

    Hardy, are you sooooooo excited about the Grindhouse moving coming out? It’s so up your alley. Flying Xena kicks with an added machine gun for a leg, great acting by your favorite “Save the World again” superhero, Bruce Willis and of course one of your all time favorites for “Best Actor” academy award Kurt Russell….. and the plot…..wow….the writing….the effects……..I am surprised you haven’t posted a photo of your new poster for this movie. What gives?

  3. julie says:

    chris…haven’t heard from your blog in a while….has the black lung been occupying too much of your time?

  4. ea says:

    dude, you’re neglecting the blog again.

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