Dear Sci-fi Online
you please explain why you have spent a good deal of time
and effort running down the Thunderbirds movie before
anyone has had a chance to see whether it will be any good.
Surely you should be standing back and waiting before attacking
it. Sure, if it is rubbish then go to town on it.
than that slight moan, I just wanted to let you know you have
a wonderful site - much better than most of the high street
J Frakes (no relation)
very funny. I'm not entirely convinced that your name is Frakes,
especially as your e-mail address gave away your real surname.
we have done is report the facts about the movie which made
us laugh. For starters the producers seem convinced that this
is the first time Thunderbirds has made it to the big
screen (there have already been two movies). Then there is
the fact that Gerry Anderson thinks that the whole thing is
going to be a disaster - he should know. Can you imagine if
Gene Roddenberry had not given his blessing for Star Trek:
The Next Generation?
movie may well be good, but the fact that Working Title keep
coming out with ridiculous quotes is too good an opportunity
to miss. Working
Title co-chairman and producer, Tim Bevan, recently said:
"The decision we've made is that the puppet show doesn't exist
as far as the US is concerned. It's just a great idea for
a movie and has all the eye candy necessary for a terrific
with self publicity like that, the producers are not making
life easier for themselves.