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Case ([personal profile] case) wrote in [community profile] fandomsecrets2017-05-11 06:48 pm

[ SECRET POST #3781 ]


⌈ Secret Post #3781 ⌋

Warning: Some secrets are NOT worksafe and may contain SPOILERS.

01.
[The Magnificent Seven (2016 remake)]



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02.
[Guardians of the Galaxy 2]


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03.
[Rogue One]


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04.
[Parks and Rec]


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05.
[The Rocketeer: Jennifer Connelly/Timothy Dalton, Billy Campbell]


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06.
[Mean Girls]


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07.
[Peter "ppd" Dager (Team Evil Genius), Dota 2 Esport]


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08.
[Life (2017)]






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(Anonymous) 2017-05-12 01:43 am (UTC)(link)
tbh the movies with the best cinematography that I can think of have all been old movies. I'm not saying this trying to be an elitist snob, I don't really care either way, but modern cinematography, by and large, has never wowed me the way older movies have. Back then it seemed to be more of an artform unto itself rather than simply a way of making the story clear as it is with modern cinematography.

(Anonymous) 2017-05-12 03:34 am (UTC)(link)
I think it would be fair to say that art cinema and popular cinema have separated a good fair bit since the old days

Course there are still some fucking well directed and shit movies out there, but it's definitely a little more complicated finding it