The forthcoming Disney+ series dedicated to Ahsoka Tano has sparked a special interest among Star Wars fans.
The show’s second season may yet hit its stride. As of the opening episode, “Foundation” looks nice but doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.
Asimov adaptations onscreen, it seems, will always be fundamentally different from the author’s published works.
David S. Goyer’s series continues to often feel as if it’s lifted the words but not the music of Asimov’s classic stories.
The Foundation is entering a series of existential crises, without instruction but with the assurance that somehow things will all work out.
“Foundation” isn’t quite as dilute as the “eye-sci-fi” Isaac Asimov most disdained, but it takes ample liberties. Will they pay off?
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