In 1966, Isaac Asimov‘s Foundation three times was voted the most fake list of Hugo Awards. Other species have been passing through since then, though it was still considered a function of the species. Although popular, because the series is epic on a glass scale that was described for 500 years or more, with a lot of people, controversies, and stories, no onehe thought of a way to bring it about Foundation to take action. The new Apple TV + Foundation series did not notice.
Foundation TV series is not Foundation bibliography. There are several bones of the original story in it, true, including what has been said. Mathematician / psychologist Hari Seldon (Jared Harris) forms a psychological component, in which the future can be meaningless predicted-Not for people, but for all people — and has found the grim reality that the 12-year-old Galactic Empire will fall, starting with a new dark age of over 30,000 years. It cannot be stopped, but it can be reduced to just a thousand years by creating a database of human knowledge as the basis for new development. It’s a very strange prospect that can’t be applied to a film, and changing the TV won’t be easy. First Foundation The book alone consists of five different books that have no similarities, and they last more than 150 years. Only a few of the characters were created because we have them for a long time. It’s not a story – it’s based on how it works over time.
Listeners on TV, it makes sense to have a hard time making shows in which all the shows and debates change every stage. Viewer David S. Goyer-The author of nearly one billion well-known DC videos – limit Foundationfirst season up to two-fifths of the first volume and is bound by force. Goyer’s idea to have it Lee Pace plays the Emperor Cleon forever it is a clever way to submit a list of (mostly) opponents. The transformation of men and women of color is important and important today – there were no women in Asimov’s early writings – and, of course, it does not affect the issue at all. And he begins the show with another demonstration of what can lead the audience to establish a great Hari system.
Here’s the thing: Creating a 10-segment period on approximately 100 worksheets is the equivalent of a change The Hobbit in three movies. More needs to be done to fill these sections, which last much longer than the hour they live. Some of the extras are incredibly welcome. Hari defender Gaal Dornick and Salvor Hardin (in two dangerous games from Lou Llobell and Leah Harvey, respectively) find large and much-needed stockpiles to grow well. Emperor Cleon, not mentioned in the original text, does not have his main theme, but he does have three main characters: Brother Day (Pace), Brother Dawn (Cassian Bilton), and Brother Dusk (Terrence Mann).
Many of these are made of whole fabric, not in line with the Foundation theme. Honestly, after the second part of the show, the show and the books are not very clear. Even if you come before you read Asimov’s page, you’ll also see the impossible plots, padding, and vague choices that these shows make the directors not move forward. Cheaper, nonsense melodrama fills the list (in other words, Seldin’s mind suddenly stops working because two people are dating, which is why they should break up). Then there is the fear of the show that people can’t make another connection, why it shows something, they have comments on their actions, and then they can throw back on someone saying something important even if they said three minutes earlier. The show also seeks to feature pew-pew laser fighters and naval battles as well as cross-country skiing and shortcomings, which do not offer anything you have never seen before, and are used to end instantly.
I wouldn’t worry about how it sounds – although psychohistories no longer have to know what to do – Hari’s mind depends on the people, because it has a problem with Foundation books, too. But it has increased in the show because Hari needs to predict a gun survivor and be able to stop the bomb from exploding for the last time. It’s hard to maintain a plan when nothing seems to fit in with it. The second and biggest problem is all the known actions against what caused it Foundation a much-loved series — a celebration of knowledge, history, science, and human connection, and I hope that a new and innovative development emerges.
Foundation does not want to be Foundation. It wants to be the first, thoughtful, and revealing title Westworld, then political and religious documents and lives, but it does not have the depth to say anything necessary. The TV series also wants to be Game of Thrones and its political maneuver (where most of the protests are made), but once the Hari Seldon spacecraft launched, imperial politics did not align with the Foundation. It also wants to be a sci-fi show. I’m too busy trying to be all these things so I don’t have time to be Foundation. For people who don’t know or care about where they come from, the results are pretty cool but not too compelling. For those who know or love Isaac Asimov’s fans and his work, I would like to warn you that if you watch the show you will see an annoying event so you will tear your TV with your hands; then you will realize how it is unnecessary the place was, with a tear in four.
Goyer Foundation si a Asimov Foundation. It’s non-fiction, and it’s so different that calling it “inspired by the works of Isaac Asimov” still sounds like an extension. It may not be possible to bring about the magical work of science fiction in any other way, but some demonstrations could still make a hell of a better work than this.
The first two sections of Foundation i started swimming on Apple TV +. One episode will fall every week thereafter.
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