>Its a 'who dun-nit'
>Its like clue
>Its a murder mystery
Said every reviewer ever.
"Murder" doesn't happen until 2/3rds in and is resolved within 5 minutes
I loved the movie jeez, but reviewers should stop spewing the same shit.
most reviewers just write what they get paid to write. you ever notice 20 different reviews will use the exact same phrase to describe a movie? that's because the phrase was used in the studio press release and they are just copy pasting. alot of small time reviewers read other reviews and copy from them too. probably only 1/3 of the people who reviewed it even watched it. that's just how the industry works. there is no such thing as journalistic integrity and 4chan has been proving that forever.
Did anyone wank themselves silly over the use of 70mm back when The Master used it in 2012? It's like Tarantino manages to convince the people around him that whatever he's doing is unique and special, even when it's nothing that exciting.
I watched it yesterday
for free, mostly because I was curious about the roadshow presentation.
I don't see what all the digital vs. film fuzz is about. 70mm film just looks blurry to me. The motion on the screen did feel very fluid, but I'm not sure that had anything to do with the format.
Yeah it was ruined by queeratino
.thought it would be good too smdh
Extended flashback scene for events the audience could figure out everythibg thwt happend seconds before - just an excuse to show more people dying.
The Master was PTA moving a great movie that happened to be on 70mm. Hateful Bait is yet another Tarantino movie that Tarantino was hoping would somehow gain some good will / keepin' it real yo cred by using 70mm and telling the whole world about it.
Almost no mainstream cinemas even have staff properly trained and experienced to project film any more. It was probably just a tiny bit out of focus, but the gormless clown in the projection booth is more used to just pressing a button and then sodding off.
I am pissing myself from laughter.