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Director Sam Mendes on Going Back to 35mm for 'Spectre'
‘Spectre’ Is Over Budget at $300+ Million; Script Leaks
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that's interesting. My dad got to go see it last week for a special viewing. Ill have to call him today and see what he thought about it
I'm seeing it tomorrow in IMAX. I read about the 35mm thing, I'm curious to see how it looks.
I didn't released that you are so young. Lucky you.
mandate night with my bros.
The old man said it was a good movie. I bit different than his previous films and they used a lot of wide scenic shots in the film. He said it had a very old western feel to the cinematography. The DB10 and the Jag were awesome.
Curious name DB. DB usually stands for Daimler - Benz. Also for Deustche Bahn, German Railroads. LOL.
movie just looked out of focus most of the time. Lacked critical sharpness you get with digital. It was filmed in a modern style, I saw no benefit to the viewer. plus it gets converted back to digital anyway.
the cinematography as mentioned above, was indeed pretty good. lots of scenes with dramatic lighting.
Go once more. This time don't drink before.
not that good of a movie to see twice.
plus it was soft so Bond didnt show his wrinkles.
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