Sep 23, 2012
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It turns out that fake-looking digital film-making can actually disable spectacle when it is supposed to be set in the real world. Increasingly, the solution has been to create more and more digitized cities, houses, castles, planets. Big films have lost touch with the photographed physical reality that provided so much greater enchantment than fantasy.
David Denby with your long Sunday read: Has Hollywood Murdered The Movies? | The New Republic
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