I hate when they film during the day and use a filter. I get why they do it, but once you know how that looks, it stands out like a sore thumb.Deliverance on blu ray - still pretty disconcerting after al these years. The 'night' scenes are so obviously filmed during the day and then badly tinkered-with though. Have to make allowances for age, but that seems pretty poor. I guess they didn't want the cast climbing during the dark.
This is from the Wikipedia page, possibly making it understandable!I hate when they film during the day and use a filter. I get why they do it, but once you know how that looks, it stands out like a sore thumb.
Gave it another bash last night - enjoyed it more than before but it lacks the appeal of the previous two for me.Not the strongest of the three, but I like it. Nice take on the body snatching theme, with references to the original Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, which is where the “blank” or “blanks” comes from. The whole movie is mapped out in the first scene when Gary King is covering the events of the original Golden Mile pub crawl - the whole movie plays out in the same way. Plus, each pub they visit, their experience or the “boss” they have to face is in the name of the pub - like The Famous C ock (the pub Gary was barred from and has his photo on the ”barred board”), and The Two Headed Dog (the twins). Lots of dialogue comes back around again in the usual Edgar Wright fashion, with references to the previous instalments.
Agreed, wonderfully shot, beautifully cinematic. However, being a huge Dune fan having read all the novels and owning everything released to film/TV I found this film particularly poor. It's in two parts so thought they could have done a better job regarding the script - too many holes and unanswered questions.Dune on 4k - not sure what I really made of it. Well-acted and wonderfully shot, but the story feels rather dated and unoriginal - and given that it was written in 1965 that might be fair.
Will watch again as well as pt2 - I rate Villeneuve highly - Arrival, Prisoners and BR2049 are all great films.