Topic: SPECTRE and digital colour correction
I just finally saw Spectre. Not impressed (despite the great opening scene). Apart from the derivative ridiculous Dr. Evilish plot and plot holes (did the kidnappers pack Madeline's suitcase so she could wear that dress on the train?) I found the overuse of digital colour correction extremely jarring to the point where it constantly took me out of the film. Was anyone else bothered by this?
For example, Rome (a beautiful city which I've seen) and Tangier look like they were filmed through a jar of urine. I get the director was trying to emphasize the age of the cities but this overuse constantly broke the fourth wall for me. (The yellow tones in these scenes also aged Craig and were very unflattering to his face.)
I know films have been doing this for a while but in a movie like the Matrix, it was much more subtle and therefore much more effective. In Spectre, it was as subtle as a flying mallet and damaged the film in IMHO...