Originally Posted by Brian Conrad
For one, I did not care for the cinematography. There were too many head shots. Are we supposed to count the pores on the actors skin for some kind of contest? Does NBC maintain some kind of book that showrunners are supposed to follow regarding cinematography? Why are they still catering to a dwindling population with old 4:3 sets?
I didn't notice your 4:3 comment, I'll have to pay more attention next week(yes I'll be back!) but definitely noticed the number of pores on the actors face
Not only were their a large number of "head shots" but with NBCs extremely sharp 1080i(at least in my market) I felt like I should be turning down the sharpness of my HDTV. Although I prefer this type of cinematography to something muddy like Alcatraz(FOX) CBS seems to be the only one in my market who can manage to get things "just right" in regards to being sharp
but not overly so.
In regards to the program itself, I found myself drawn into the dual realities storyline and I look forward to the coming weeks......of course I was also a fan of Prime Suspect AND the Firm and look where that got me
At least the Firm is still on and with a DVR I don't really care what night, as long as it's still on.
In regards to the "tint", yes I noticed that nice touch, that and the color of his rubber wrist band(depending on the reality) which seemed to be a little over the top but a indication none the less.