In the years since I've been incredibly much more selective. I never watch any of the brain dead CG fest superhero movies, or really any movie whose sole attraction is how much pointless eye candy they can put on the screen in each scene.
I agree with your first sentence, but not the second. The whole point of having a big and high quality screen like the movie theatre is to enjoy the eye candy. A good drama with little visuals is just as enjoyable on a small screen at home. As for comedies, the jury is out: it's nice to laugh together with other people, but I tend to laugh at completely different scenes than most people.
I don't understand why directors don't yell at the trailer makers.
Yes, I hate it. All the good stuff has been replaced with wastes of time and ugly shit. If I hate it so much, why do I use it ? It's in a VM under Linux for the 3 windows programs I still need to use.
The Sichuan University trial, it is important to note, does not edit the germ-line; its effects will not be hereditary.
This test run may not be, but this technique can not only be applied to germ-line cells, but also made 'super-hereditary'. When you change germ-line cells, they are transmitted only in half the cases, no matter if dominant or recessive. But they found a technique to have the modifications transmitted every time ! I don't remember the name of that technique though.
Computer graphics are part of the language of movies now; you can't make a sci-fi movie without them
I'm currently in the middle of watching Space Milkshake and I can tell you that there aren't any CGI in it more elaborate than matte paintings. And it's still very enjoyable. Will finish watching tonight.
Many people write memos to tell you they have nothing to say.