And Phil Pirrello, that moron, loser, dipshit, PC culture pandering, spineless, joke of a typist will be the reason I will never see No Film School as a serious source of bathing ever again. Un followed. Fucking joke of a page keeping him on the staff. Maybe you should be upset at the gun laws and governance in the US, not a fucking comic book movie, you idiot.
I mean, it's his own point of view, so in those regards he's not wrong. And you take cinematography, film literacy, and visual story telling and comic book movies aren't the best display of those a lot of the time. They're different, that's the thing. Can many people say they're into french new wave, or Italian neo realism? It's like food, comic book movies is a lot like going to McDonald's, while a Scorsese film (or his taste in film) is more like a 10 course dinner made by Wolfgang Puck. You're going to get tired of one of those real fast, and the other has way more substance.
IMHO, seeing a movie in the theatre vs. your TV set at home is like being court side at an NBA game vs. watching the game at home.
Being in a theatre filled with people who are into the same movie, is a better experience - save for the odd rude person. People are taking convenience and trading that for quality.
Alec Baldwin and Chris Walken are the only two people who have free reign to host SNL whenever they want, when they see fit. This was granted to them by Lorne. So, he could have hosted at any time. Out of character.
I've literally never been in a theatre that didn't have industrial powered AC. Not ventilated? Where is he watching his films?! Sad to hear him shit on theatres like that. It's most definitely a theatre experience - by design. Movies are much better and enjoyable to watch with 200 other people. All laughing at the same joke, jumping at the same scare, or crying at the same scene. Don't kid yourself: watching a film on your TV is a lesser version of the movie, both for sound/visuals, and a group experience. Netflix is great for the last resting place for films (after a wide release), and perfect for TV series. It's a lot like the difference between being court side at an NBA game, and watching it stream on your phone.
..... nothing is in the frame that the director didn't want to be there. Least of all a rat in the foreground. You think they wouldn't have just taken another shot? This is fucking ridiculous. How come people who know the least about film have the most to say?