Works for me. Close Encounters bored me until the ending. I never worked out that Roy had been selected. All the weird happenings seemed completely random. Much better is Vertigo, with a kickass opening scene, a fade and a complete explanation of Scotty's mission. The very slow scenes of Scotty stalking Madeleine are fascinating because we see San Francisco as it was in 1958. If it were remade today, a sacrilegious thought, the stalking scenes would require a complete rewrite. BTW, remind me not to waste time on a movie where the characters find a case full of cash. This gimmick goes way back, for example, Too Late for Tears (1949).
Strangers on a Train
Out of the Past
Max's review is flawed. He measured out-of-the-box resolution at 100% magnification and called it video quality. He knocked the Z7 because of its extreme sharpening and the EOS R because of its softness. In the case of the Z7, he might have considered turning down the sharpness in the Profile settings.
For video, resolution of fine detail is only a minor factor in image quality. More important is the overall subjective impression in the perception of the viewer.
It would have been better to present each camera filming a variety of subjects, including faces, moving subjects, and under low light.
He did do the same thing twice. Terminator 2 was a great film. Terminator 3 was a rehash.
I would like to see a real-life review not in a camera store.
The trailer is a disappointment. It fails to convey the feeling of movement, and that special feeling you get when you view live dance. The closest I have seen is a couple of moments in All That Jazz.