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What's the reason for not switching to Blu?

Old 06-12-11, 02:24 AM
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Re: What's the reason for not switching to Blu?

Originally Posted by Mondo Kane View Post
I don't know about the other colors, but every frickin' recent horror movie can't be complete without some green.
Oh, c'mon, that's from one dream sequence which exaggerates the dreary hospital lighting, I don't really think it represents the overall lighting of The Descent. In fact, most of the color saturation was red, given the cave flares.

What I like even less than florescent greens is that saturated blue lighting that's used to simulate night time. I don't want to pick on Guillermo Del Toro, but he's a director that comes to mind when I think of overly blue palettes:


And I recall Matrix Revolutions having some really ugly blue lighting. Give me the green of the first one any day over those endless blue shots of CGI machines fighting CGI machines.
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Old 06-12-11, 11:45 PM
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It was a wm lopez comment--it wasn't supposed to make sense.
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