Agree. Mostly nicely motivated edits with sound effects/transitions. Good editor though.
How actors give great performances despite Ridley Scott being the director? Come on guys. Give the man credit. His movies are great for their own rights. One David O. Russel is enough. And remember Woody Allen's credo: "Hire good actors and get out of their way".
Totally different camera styles for totally different styles of movies. Hard to compare. Good luck jury.
And I had been thinking all the time that this laughing in the lineup was the inciting incident that really shook up the movie, set the tone and therefore considered it to be the greatest writing, directing and acting. So this might be the most valuable lesson about moviemaking ever: embrace the unthought of.
Netflix did that with Better Call Saul.
Not impressed at all.