more hype less value, end of story.
more value,less hype we can proceed…
wherever there is hype there usually is a crappy product
indeed marketing is an indicator of crappyness
good stuff sells itself
abrahams is a fan
it’s an honor
any fan would strive to make an epic star wars film.
if he did it for the money,
the pursuit of money is the average in today’s society,it is common and thus get mediocre results
making money is not memorable, it’s the average it’s a job
abrahams released a trailer,
he is working on the film and has no interest in hype, it’s a distraction from film making
the hype comes from elsewhere
now, word of mouth on the other hand, normally relays value
why see star wars as a brand, franchise or marketing ploy?
to me star wars is a work of art, fantasy imagination limitless possibilities