I’m done with movies. All the trends are regressive.
If I want a distilled cinematic experience, I’m more likely to reach for a comic book. To my eye, a good one of those can out-movie a movie at its own game, and without lacking for necessary space, and with more coherent writing. Nevermind the pacing issues that movies tend to have, plot wrung into incoherency and crammed into the space of five million unnecessary consecutive changes in camera angles. Two hours of story isn’t big enough. Hold your breath, we’re going to have a lot of shit happen and it’ll be internally contradictory but we’re doing it anyway.
One exception: I haven’t gotten around to watching it yet but I bet Fast / Furious Vroom Vroom 34th Edition is well suited to the medium. I saw a trailer a few years(?) ago, and the part where the motorcycle goes through the bus window reminds me of adolescent daydreams. Or maybe I’m conflating that with some GI Joe movie trailer.
… trailers are the real heroes here. Why ruin them by observing their associated parent media.