If you've seen a David Fincher movie, you'll know it -- he has a distinctive look about his work that... does something to the viewer.
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Movie quality falls along a bell curve: Plenty of bad Mall Cop and Saw movies, far fewer stellar hits like Mad Max or Spotlight that get easy Oscar praise. The overwhelming majority will just be standard, two-unremarkable-hours-of-easy-consumption fare. Why do so many movies fail to make an impact, either good or bad, on viewers?
Video: While Westworld has mainly captivated its viewers with its seemingly limitless mysteries (although the occasional orgy scene hasn't hurt), the show's real strength is in its characters, and the fabulous actors portraying them. And no one the show is more captivating than Sir Anthony Hopkins as Dr Robert Ford.
Video: Some movie scenes are unforgettable, and Steven Spielberg's reenactment of the Normandy Landing is one of them. Every shot feels chaotic, with indiscriminate bloodshed consistent with this brutal event. But as Nerdwriter1 explains in the video below, Spielberg's filmmaking choices are anything but random.