By modern standards, I read her as more of a sugar baby than an escort. But god no, it's Micky Rooney's ridiculously cringe portrayal of a Japanese neighbour. Jesus it's hard to watch lol
Erm, no Sony? lmao
I've seen one 3 second clip from this whole movie posted on imager, and it was Alexander throwing a CGI spear and it was the fakest shit I've ever seen.
Wait... Seriously? You think that two movies with the dubious titles of being not shit (translation: "Good... For DCEU movies") is enough to "nip at MCU's heels"?
I don't think the DC universe is anywhere near the point of the MCU's IP maturity at this point, and I certainly hope WB isn't making that comparison yet. Pushing itself to match the MCU is exactly what put the DCEU into the awful peril that it ended up in.
Keep making some good movies, dont force the connection, and audiences will connect organically. That's what I'm hoping to experience over the next few years. The last thing I need (and I feel people will agree) is more over-saturation within a cinematic universe being forced on me.
I think the point that this is a stylistic choice is important. I think they look fine, I like the boosted contrast in this guy's examples of 'fixing it' but then his colour changes, to me, looked like shit, which kinda further exacerbates the point that there's no "right" way to grade something and it's all just down to opinion.
I think the MCU's grading is fine. I don't wan't to be distracted by the image the way DCEU movies do. So I'm fine with the choices they've made.
Making an entire crew wait all morning is bullshit. Doing it when everyone's outdoors in a desert is disgraceful.