Double tap on the "waking hero". As a film festival judge, when I see that and hear the annoying alarm clock (no one wants to hear that sound, that's why we use it to make sure we wake up and turn the damn thing off, so don't put it in the film or at least keep it short), I am immediately a bit put-off. One good use of it is Four Weddings and a Funeral.
I was 12, in the backseat of the family station wagon, my parents up front. Double bill at the drive-in: Torso and Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Mom loved horror flicks). Hehe. Now excuse me, I have to get back to eating this person I recently hacked to pieces.
Would love the ability to change the speed of the rack in real time and post. It's another step to what is inevitably coming, more computational image capture.
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A thoroughly boring and confusing film, stop over analyzing it and relegate it to the trash bin of "nice try, but no cigar". Poorly written, mis cast and generally not entertaining.
Seems like a lot of $$ for a 7" viewing experience, wireless or not.