Tom Cruise is at the moment capturing High Gun: Maverick, however he’s frightened. Very, very frightened, you guys. You see, Mission: Unimaginable – Fallout simply got here out on DVD and Blu-ray (it has been on iTunes and Amazon for a pair weeks), and he thinks you won’t get the optimum viewing expertise. And that’s unacceptable. The beauty of Tom Cruise is that he loves his followers, and he LOVES films, and he needs to repair that for you. So he and Christopher McQuarrie received collectively and shot this video to show us all concerning the risks of video interpolation (the way in which he spits out “interpolation” is perhaps my favourite film of the yr).
As you hopefully all know, HD televisions include a characteristic that’s typically referred to as “movement smoothing” turned on. It makes sports activities look actually good, and it makes films look desperately dangerous. Like, the primary time I noticed it, I perhaps freaked out and informed my husband to return our new TV. Cruise and McQuarrie clarify why that is dangerous and the way you will discover out tips on how to flip it off in order that if you watch Fallout on repeat for the subsequent few weeks it will not appear to be a cleaning soap opera.
I sort of suppose Tom Cruise ought to make an ongoing sequence of PSAs educating individuals tips on how to get essentially the most out of their tech. Perhaps he’s the one who can lastly train my dad how the DVR works.
I’m taking a fast break from filming to let you know one of the best ways to look at Mission: Unimaginable Fallout (or any film you’re keen on) at dwelling. pic.twitter.com/oW2eTm1IUA
— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) December four, 2018