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Critics Are So Over High Frame Rates

“Critics are now grappling with the particular ‘hyper real’ look of [Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk], a visual experience that apparently gives both clarity and immediacy to the film’s battlefield scenes, and an odd stiltedness to the everyday life. (And that’s not even getting into their thoughts about poor Steve Martin’s face.)”
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