Its all opinions about the cinematography. To me "James Mangold" is comfortable with shooting. 75% of his shots are above the waist/shoulders focused on his actors face. I think he often shy's away from Static shots or using highly detailed wide shots.
"3-10 to Yuma"
"Walk the Line"
Some people like the visually aesthetic approach and some people like to see the story take centerfold. Honestly, I have not seen any cinematography, on a big budget "hero" movie, that had a huge impact on myself, (especially not the X-men movies) but everything in this trailer looks just fine.