Until they get their shit on Roku devices I'm going to agree with him.
If people can't understand what people are saying, id say that's a bit of an issue
But if you prefer the more muffled version, more power to you, not like dark Knight rises is even a film worth watching twice anyway
Never said the movie is bad, just that the dude comes off as salty.Tenet is one of the biggest original movies released in the last few years, and it was released during a pandemic. This narrative is a bit weird. Ain't no name in this world that puts people on a movie theater like Nolan.
Honestly I don't even know what twitch streaming is. I just like good shows with an engaging story line that's well acted.We're in a new era of twitch streaming, content everywhere. I don't think most are looking for quality anymore, they just want something to watch
WW84 is the first one coming in 4k and HDR I believe.HBO Max is pretty lame. No HDR 4k options. Isn't included in HBO streaming, but is its own thing. Have to jump through other access points to get it since they haven't set up deals with major streaming devices. Yada yada.
I don’t care about people that are making millions of dollars crying. Go get your damn lawyer and work something out. As a consumer this is the BEST decision ever...
Adapt or die, Nolan.
He does have a point though. It is going to kill movies and that means the end of the big budget action adventure. I highly doubt people will go back to the cinema after getting a taste of home video for cheap. $15 a month for a service you can easily share with your family and friends is going to end up costing them billions in the long run.Never said the movie is bad, just that the dude comes off as salty.
In fact, I really like all of Nolan's movies, except for Dunkirk, which I found very disappointing.
I'd care about these fucking snowflakes if Hollywood produced anything worth a damn in the past 20 years.
You think the streaming trend will follow the path of 3D? Lol?
Theaters are dead.
Dude is still salty that Tenet flopped?