Soon a computer's AI will listen to Mr. Rain's voice during that day and half voice over sessions in New York city and learn all that it takes to keep HAL 9000 functioning forever. We may after all, ask HAL to open the pod bay doors again.
Apple has abandoned professionals and this article further confirms that.
Mr. Cook better put on his "Trump Wig" and gather a roundtable of design, film and sound pros and listen very carefully because he’s running out of time. The PC guys might have already done that. Apple needs a new Mr. Jobs.
Negativity is unintelligent. Article mentions breaking rules not damaging landmarks. This writing entices artistic endeavors. Usually the best films are ones where "actors" are not recognized. Persons should become characters within the stories to be told. Lines on scripts should be mere suggestions. Create the unimaginable and let us not see what we've seen. There is no reason to break rules in a world without them.
This is not good. Too long. Zero chemistry actors. Big cameras, big lenses, film, etc. I could have shot this on the iPhone and get better shots. Less gadgetry and more story...uh wait...what story. Sex, going out, sex, going out...repeat. Oh I forgot...a couple of puffs of Burberry.
Manufacturers should be responsible by clearly displaying serial numbers on the body of the drone. This would identify the buyer/pilot in case of an incident. Registration would add to the safety issue and although not mentioned, there may be registration fees involved as government usually dips in issues for monetary gain.
I was expecting a 4K output coming from the large format acquisition, nevertheless it has its merits and an amazing overall production value. There is however one shot I could not believe the filmmakers missed ...when DiCaprio shoots the guy down from the tree... the impact of the body is not realistic. Also I'm still not liking the wide angle choice of lens and creating such distortion when close to subjects...takes me out of the realism of the story.