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Well if you think something is going to be terrible, after firing the first directors and hiring a third, and then when it WAS terrible, then it lived up to your expectations… of being terrible. No one had high hopes for this particular film when they had to do so many reshoot to make “a film”. So congrats! Your sucking was exactly what we expected! Well done you!
It–ie. “Side stories in between Episodes, so we’ll have something to put in theaters during off-years”–was a bad idea.
(Or, as one critic put it, filming every single backstory to every single OT line was “Like watching a filmed Wikipedia page”.)
And Bad Ideas do not become “Disappointments” at the box office. Good ideas become “Disappointments”.
Bad ideas become “Flops”, because they have no one but themselves to blame.
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