Blade tool samurai wielding the poetry of words and images.
Thanks V. I appreciate the honesty and transparency of this post. Something I`m sure we battle with to greater or lesser degree and is surely difficult talk about openly. Kudos.
I've been aboard this train of thought the last year or two myself. We're in a fatigue state as an audience and as filmmakers. And I`m with you on DC. In addition to having a greater affinity for their universe, part of that ties in to how drawn in I am to their characters and the worlds they operate in.
Original Spideys and first Iron Man are still the best Marvel has had to offer. Still need more time to consider Logan for that list, as many have already placed it in the upper ranks.
Oh and one last thing, I feel Marvel could take a page in grading from DC as they always seem to have a flatter image in their films. And this applies specifically to the Avengers. The palette just appears to be a consistently even keel through the entire picture. But then again as someone said, Marvel movies aren't for cinematography
I'm right there with you. I thought he got robbed for Best Actor in this. But admittedly I haven't seen Lincoln in which Day Lewis yet again won for that year's Academy.
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That was very lovely. Reminded me of To The Wonder by Terrance Malick, gave me that same sort of feeling by film's end. Love the 16mm look. Got me wanting to shoot on it.