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Star Trek Movies I-X Discuss the first ten big screen outings in this forum!

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Old August 1 2014, 02:25 AM   #76
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Re: ST: TMP blurry film

You just sold me on catching APES in the theater, that's really good to hear. I was worried it would be just the opposite, since the director's other pic CLOVERFIELD was designed as a camcorder kinda thing.)
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You just sold me on catching APES in the theater, that's really good to hear. I was worried it would be just the opposite, since the director's other pic CLOVERFIELD was designed as a camcorder kinda thing.)
An understandable concern given that shaky cameras can mostly be associated with a director's art style above all else. Paul Greengrass for example loves shooting his films in a very shaky manner and it kills me every time I notice it because outside of that, his films are really good. The recent Apes movie was a refresher to say the least. I'm almost willing to call it the best shot film of the year.
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