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Awesome! The wait for Bond 26 just got easier.
Now that's a poster
I agree with your opinions. The fans have made better posters than EON has in the last years on average!
As has been mentioned, a lot of the fan posters I've seen have been infinitely better.
Makeup Impossible: Rouge Nation, my favorite installment in the series.
It's the inherent issue with marketing these days, especially if you're playing up the best parts of the film months in advance.
I remember being disappointed that NTTD didn't really have a standout stunt that wasn't already showcased ad infinitum before release, especially all the stuff during the PTS.
I really wish I had the willpower to stop watching any and all trailers.
But I also am not a fan of how these films gradually shifted towards being more of a stunt showcase for Tom Cruise’s ego. I guess that started with GHOST PROTOCOL. As the years go by my appreciation for the first film grows more and more. But Cruise knows where the money is at, and low key spy thrillers don’t make a billion dollars.
I haven’t seen FALLOUT since theaters. I was gonna revisit it, but when I found out it had shifting aspect ratio that turned me off. I absolutely detest that gimmick. If there’s a version out there where it’s 2.39:1 all throughout then I’d gladly watch it.
It bugged me when the Blu-Ray had it, and then a friend had a DVD of the film which he suggested watching on a Friday night with beers and pizza. The aspect ratio change was still there, which was baffling to me.
It makes sense when watching in IMAX (or whatever big screen equivalent people have) but that's about it.
Likewise. Even at home, gimme all the picture 😂
I wish the SF and NTTD home releases were the larger ratio versions.
That's fair enough. It's personal preference for me. What puzzled me most was a lower-res DVD having it.
I don’t think masters are calibrated for DVDs anymore. Many 4K masters are now simply downrezzed. Zack Snyder’s JUSTICE LEAGUE DVD for example is 16:9 with black bars on the sides, rather than the standard 4:3 DVD format.
"Film producers drop attempt to obtain permission for dozens of flights on Norwegian archipelago"
Hunt: Funny you should say that, William (looks at Donloe's coffee cup).
Donloe (looks at his coffee cup): Not again...
Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 2: Stench