The big screen? If you mean tablets, sure, though never heard that term applied to them. If you mean TV or theaters I can't imagine any possible use for this there.
How is this an amazing post? They ran one speed test and the rest of the article is a wordy version of the summary for the product on B&H. This isn't a review, it's a simplistic ad.
Orwell's writing style is best known for it's clarity and straightforwardness. That seems to be the point. Look up his six rules for writers.
Despite what all the gamers masquerading as pros on this site (including contributors) would like you to believe, GPU is largely irrelevant for most of your tasks, as long as you have a decent base one. You may see some gains in export and preview rendering with top end cards, but nothing major. Still, that base is discrete graphics. Either way, you want to max out your CPU and RAM, so the question is irrelevant, you automatically get the top GPU when you select the top CPU model. My 2012 pro handles 4k dailies just fine, I'm sure the latest and greatest will be perfectly useable. Keep in mind the resale value on the top end models is excellent.
Do you people even pretend to edit your articles?
Yet he said filmmaker, not animator. Obviously editing is the chief need for filmmaking, and CPU is king for that. Mid level GPUs are more than sufficient.