Walking out of the movie nullifies anything he has to say about the movie.
I was blown away by Blade Runner 2049. Stunning design, visuals, a gripping story, great scenes that really stay with you, and an adherence to cinematic language. It's a beautiful movie that deserves to be revisited again (and again).
130+ words before you credit StudioBinder with the video they created.
100+ words before you credit Fandor with the video they created.
"In the words of video essayist Karsten Runquist,"...
How about giving her credit in the first paragraph or even the headline of the article? NFS just reposts others contents and slaps on some lousy editorializing.
Why doesn't NFS credit the videos within the headlines of these articles? I always enjoy the videos posted, but why does NSF make it look like they're trying to take credit for other's content? You guys give them a tiny mention as a "source" (despite being the whole basis of the article) and a throwaway mention before you post their content. I appreciate NFS aggregating some good content, but these third-party videos deserve more credit than NFS gives them