I read the whole article and I kinda thought there would be a point, or concise argument...there wasn’t. I’m not even a fan of the film. I didn’t like it! I just thought I’d read a review from someone who disliked it for cinematic reasons. That could explain what they didn’t like about the filmmaking.
Instead it just sounds like an angry rant by someone who had issues with a movie ( or maybe its director?) who can’t clearly articulate what that issue is.
Is this not just an elongated tweet? Does this really belong on your site as a piece of news?
Is there not an editor at NFS that could have sub-edited this before it got posted? Or said, “ hey, this makes no sense...do a rewrite”.
In future please ask your employees to rant on their social media, while keeping posts on the site within the confines of film theory.
Honestly, I’m just really confused and don’t understand what the writer is trying to say?!
Guess I’ll keep searching for other negative reviews that actually have something to say about the filmmaking.