His choice of aspect ratio is just one of many bad decisions this fanboy of limited talent made. Making a bad movie longer does not fix the bad movie.
He had a few years to figure out how to "fix" it, but that limited talent of his can only come up with idiotic "music video" scenes and slowmo.
Oh, I care about other peoples opinions, except for @$$holes like you.
Take a pill !
I totally agree: there was maybe 1 episode and a half that was watchable and the whole plot really went nowhere: no big payoff.
For me, this is one rare misfire for Marvel (I pretend Inhumans doesn't exist).
And I'm baffle when I read a positive review. Their "homage" was a cringe fest.
As for the use of 47 lenses... well, was it really justified ?
The parts of this post that were cut-and-pasted are ok, but Hellerman's added filler (the stuff supposed to make us believe the article isn't just a repost from a few other blogs) are just irrelevant and idiotic.
"I think the main problem arises that when you want to revisit it at home, there's nothing you can do to make things more clear... unless you can afford Dolby Digital Surround Sound".
What the fuck does that even mean ? Dolby is now included in every receiver (even soundbars) and it's far from expensive. And how would it make it clearer than in cinemas ? You know, cinemas that are using Dolby encoded soundtracks ?
I think V Renée now has some serious competition in the inept writer race !
Scariest thing I've ever seen is a "Grizzly" 8mm film...
To me, that's just a guy telling the same clichéd story every goddamn motivator has been telling for the past, what ? Fifty years ?
I don't see Ethan Hawke as an authority on anything.