I could think of a few dozen things to say, but "I liked it and found both the film and the filming method fascinating" seems to be the most succinct.
One of the few films I've seen that actually sparked something in me to get off my keester and start working on a project again. Rather burned out from the last one I spent 2 months of my life on.
It looks over-engineered and overly complex. OOOh shiny thing??
Hope they start mass shipments soon. I get emails everyday saying mine is still on backorder. After almost a month of this it is getting tiresome.
So it's just a reason to "shoot 4K and show people having sex in every shot?" Sounds as boring as any other run of the mill porn movie that takes 4 minutes of film and drags it out to 45+minutes.
I think "Titillation" was the last porn movie to actually have a plot, and it was funny besides. The porn film industry has really gone down hill since 1982...
Is it youtube or something else that makes it appear there is no "crispness" to the focus in these videos? IE, the detail in the bark, the building lines, etc. never seem to be truly in focus. I've noticed in the past that Panasonic commercials seem to have a "softer" focus, but I am beginning to wonder if it is inherent in their products.
I agree. Most mega budget "movies" are nothing but "see how cool our CGI is" drivel. In support of my statement I give you "Avatar." It wasn't good as a cartoon, and it wasn't good as a sci-fi. I believe there is a huge potential for "Mini" studios that produce small budget content similar to the way studios worked in the 1930s and 40s. IE, good story, decent acting, decent editing, decent directors, cinematographers that knew how to light a scene, but no-one with a "Ooh look what I can do" mindset. I wouldn't even mind if I saw the same actors in 10 movies a year if the product was good.
Produce a movie every 5 weeks, with exactly the same crew. Forget trying to win the Oscar, focus on delivering good, watchable, interesting movies.