posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 04:06 PM
Originally posted by pause4thought
Fair enough. Perhaps there's plenty to criticize to the untrained eye. But if it falls that far short it really does beg the question - why is
Hollywood falling over itself to sign the guy up?
Whilst opinion on whether the footage is edited well or not, or is original enough to be entertaining or not is left up to opinion. I think we can
universally agree the effects are done very well.
THAT alone could be what hollywood sees, a person who was willing to work VERY hard, and does have a creative flare; and so, given a big budget, a
nice full crew and some guidance some truly great things could come from him.
I hated my media film for the first half of my A level, but it got me an A, the narrative was terrible because I could never do what I'd wanted. But
my shots, lighting and editing showed there was a flare of talent in there somewhere, I just still had a bit to go. And perhaps that is what
hollywood can see, for unless we are film teachers or in the business, we will miss alot of this talent being shown.