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midnight angel

we’re all gonna be alright

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2020-11-23 14:21:28

    The New York of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (1990), and its sequel.

    Movies from the 80s and 90s were so well-lit. Street scenes especially—you can even see it in those Unsolved Mysteries images I posted earlier. Spotlights would be placed strategically in the background to light up parts of trees and houses, adding a sense of depth to a locale that’s often missing from modern movies, where the foreground and background elements are HD 4K sharp (except for the smudgy, artificially blurred parts). “Ok boomer”, yeah I know, “fone bad” and stuff—but I’m right.

    Interior scenes in modern shows look like they’re filmed on the Sun or something. The windows are ablaze with white light, inside it’s dark and dusty. The characters are silhouettes. Everything looks tweaked, altered, manipulated. Unnatural—in an ugly way.