queenrikki: k (lois/clark)
  May. 9th, 2009 12:03 am
Funny thing: I love Star Trek. Mostly TNG but there are bits of TOS that I love and DS9 is usually something I enjoy (Voyager I enjoyed for years before, well, it sucked too much for me to watch it and I never got into Enterprise). I read the books, saw the movies, read the comics (Marvel, DC and IDW). I'd been worried about going to see the new movie not because it's different (I love different interpretations) but I because I've been burned before (glares at JJ). But...I no longer care about that. I've seen too many people squee about it and it's completely infectious.
queenrikki: k (lois/clark)
  May. 9th, 2009 03:25 am
I have a belief which maybe sound weird considering how much I enjoy fanfiction. One thing that see often icons and essays that essentially say "the author got wrong". That both annoys and angers me. A person cannot get their own story wrong. There can be plot holes and other problems but just because a writer ends a story in a way that differs from what a reader wanted or expected doesn't mean they got it wrong. I've read lots of books and seen lots of movies and television shows that I would have done differently but I don't ever think that the writers were wrong. I understand that everyone has a different way of seeing a work and I know it looks different from the outside than it does from the inside. And I'm going to stop now because it's nearly four and I'm tired.


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