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a sight for sore eyes

Song of the Day: Boys Night Out - Medicating/Composing

Man, was I dizzy after walking out of that Cloverfield movie. I was warned from friends and family alike about its camera-work. The angle of a "real TV" movie was quite fascinating, but it could have been achieved without the shaky camera work. I wasn't too fond of it for the Blair Witch project and I'm not fond of it now. When walking out of the theatre, I could only think of two things:

  • How I absolutely hate the name "Rob"
  • I wonder if the movie is better if I were to find a torrent out there of someone who recorded the movie with a personal video device? The shakiness of the recording would probably counter the shakiness of the movie

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“a sight for sore eyes”