Meh. Watched in 4K on an OLED and it looked too clean. Had some 60fps soap opera looking stuff in there as well. Alexa still reigns supreme.
Of course, it won't, but it will enable so many stories to be told in ways never thought possible financially and creatively. That's the exciting thing about it.
This is a tough one. Through the editing process, we're constantly making people say things they never said. It happens in every single documentary. But Anthony's voice belongs to him and him only, ultimately because he is not here to give the filmmakers permission, I say it crosses the line. But it's close.
I never cared for this shot. It doesn't say anything other than "I can do something visual as a director". Moving shots should be motivated by the story, this double dolly shot works fine in music videos but it has no place in dramas. It's a distraction in the worst way because it becomes immediately apparent that the subject is just kind of float walking - it takes me out of the moment.
It’s a failed experiment. Nolan is so full of talent and he’s currently one of the best storytellers in the business, but if he wants to continue to put butts in seats he should fix his sound mixes. In my opinion it makes about as much sense as soft focus on all of his precious IMAX frames. Film is a visual medium, try new and exciting visuals, and yes keep the sound design interesting but leave the dialogue clear so we don’t completely check out if it all.
I must’ve missed Back to the Future. Pretty much a perfect film.