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Saw this. A deeply imperfect and uneven film, a powerful and bracing work of cinematic art. The first half is makeshift and intermittent, likely the victim of a hectic and rushed post production. This doesn't feel like the best version of the movie. Scenes and shots don't flow with the rhythm of th...
Don't have to see the movie to hear the score. Don't see this one being very special anyway.Vader182 wrote:I want to see this just because of my boys Trent and Atticus
IT'S a D level film. It fails pretty much across the board. It's shot well tho It's fantastically NOT well shot, though. That's the whole idea. As Deakins says in nearly every interview, great cinematography is about serving the story, serving the movie, serving the characters. Whether it was Hoyte...
- November 3rd, 2015, 3:02 am
- Forum: Movies & TV
- Topic: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)
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I think it's more of a symbolic gesture to create an illusion of safety than it is anything. It doesn't actually prevent anything, or make it even mildly more difficult to bring in a gun. It's a nice thought and I don't particularly care since it effects me approximately 0%, but considering that th...