Difference between revisions of "Beautifully shot rule"

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Any time a film is described as "beautifully shot" by critics, what they mean is, "it's really boring - but it's made by an arthouse director so we can't be that blunt, so we're going to damn it with this faintest of praise instead."
 
Any time a film is described as "beautifully shot" by critics, what they mean is, "it's really boring - but it's made by an arthouse director so we can't be that blunt, so we're going to damn it with this faintest of praise instead."
  
Examples highlighted during [[Wittertainment]] have included the [[Toby Jones]] feature The Painted Veil and [[The Piano|Jane Campion]]'s Bright Star.
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Examples highlighted during [[Wittertainment]] have included [[The Piano]], Bright Star (also by Jane Campion) and the [[Toby Jones]] feature The Painted Veil.

Latest revision as of 15:22, 26 November 2018

Any time a film is described as "beautifully shot" by critics, what they mean is, "it's really boring - but it's made by an arthouse director so we can't be that blunt, so we're going to damn it with this faintest of praise instead."

Examples highlighted during Wittertainment have included The Piano, Bright Star (also by Jane Campion) and the Toby Jones feature The Painted Veil.