Originally Posted by Raiders112390
Why is it such a big deal?
Because movies are a visual medium, and what one looks like kind of matters. As I've said, I feel the choices made on Indy 4 had damaging effects on the movie's sense of immersion and ability to engage. That's a big deal in an Indiana Jones film, to my way of thinking.
I would not be nearly this passionate in my disappointment if it wasn't easily avoidable. Kaminski is an eminently skilled cinematographer who knows exactly what he's doing. There are gorgeously composed shots in Indy 4. That there's good work on display makes the damaging choices that much worse.