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Old November 29th, 2014, 11:39 AM   #1
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Birdman movie, done in long take style

Just watched Michael Keaton's new movie, Birdman, and it was shot in a style to look like one long take. Of course it wasn't, but its still incredibly impressive. This includes both the subtle cut spots and the way they show the passage of time, since the entire movie takes place over about 4 days and nights.

As a shooter, I'd recommend checking it out.

As entertainment, well, its definitely not like most other movies out there, that's for sure, and I was ready to watch something different, so I enjoyed it, though I'd understand that not everyone would. Its a drama with a distinct style, so its a bit of that 'Oscar bait' kind of movie.
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