Re: Bryan Singer Directing X-Men: Days of Future Past - Part 3
I don't think I'm understanding you properly.
How do you ground the tone and style of a movie without affecting the plots and power use?
And what would be an example of a non grounded (in tone and style) movie. That doesn't have grand plots and epic power displays?
You say the two are unrelated so that suggests that what I've said above is plausible.
I really personally don't see how they don't go hand in hand. A grounded movie tries to avoid grandeur plots and tries to emphasize that with a more darker, realistic tone and style to film-making. A more epic (for want of a better term) embraces the exciting and does the opposite of a grounded movie but tries to retain any sense of realism it can.
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