A meaningless piece of fluff from NFS that simply rehashes content from other online media outlets. WAY too much of this garbage.
May 18th at THR.com - Tom Cruise on Why ‘Top Gun’ Sequel Would “Never” Go to Streaming and Why He Does His Own Stunts
Even the Cruise quote, “That was not going to happen ever," is recycled from The Hollywood Reporter.
This article lacks insight, humor, and depth. Oh... and, ironically, it also lacks an interesting voice.
What it does have are a couple of Straw Man arguments and a dash of profanity. It reads like it was written in about 5 minutes.
Surely there were more interesting products than these at NAB?!?!?
What a sorry excuse for a review. Really, the word "review" should be in a very heavy set of quotation marks.
Apple may have indeed made an OK machine. However, this puff-piece doesn't even mention any of the obvious drawbacks: terrible expandability limitations (you can't even add RAM). Apple's misleading GPU performance claims. An antiquated HDMI port. See! That wasn't so hard, listing those things. And I haven't even seen one yet.
If you think no one is noticing the sharp, persistent decline in NFS articles, you are mistaken.
The new NFS pop-up videos are INCREDIBLY annoying. Not to mention, they look like there's a desperate need to generate revenue. You close them out and they come right back.
Pathetic. Perhaps it's time to look for another post production blog.
Well... this may be the DUMBEST article title of all time. Pitiful click bait. Then to suggest that Michael's arc "proves" he's the best character... Really? It PROVES it? FYI, the second-to-last paragraph (so carefully crafted) has: "He does in a chair, staring off into the distance." OBVIOUSLY, it was meant to say he "dies in a chair." This is insulting dribble cranked out and NOT EVEN PROOFED by its own writer.