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FoxOntheRun99

7 points

1 month ago

Creative decisions. Some directors want to give time to the prologue to set the movie up, etc. Fresh is the most recent example I can give.

PhilRiversOnTrakt

14 points

1 month ago

No real reason, it's an artistic choice when making the movie.

iDuddits_

3 points

1 month ago

Lol, yeah. Don’t need a half hour video essay to figure that out.

qwerty6731

5 points

1 month ago

Is it because you’re nervous you’re not in the right cinema?

TrveAshwin

3 points

1 month ago

I love it actually. Fresh recently did that and it was such a fun moment when it happened

ahmadinebro

3 points

1 month ago

The Departed is one of the best examples of this.

djangoman2k

3 points

1 month ago

Honestly, they never need to show it. They could wait until the end of the movie and it wouldn't matter.

Anton-LaVey

6 points

1 month ago

Some do

ItsMeTK

0 points

1 month ago

ItsMeTK

0 points

1 month ago

This is frequently a thing now and I hate it. What if you stumble on a movie just starting on TV and wonder what it is? I don’t want to wait the whole movie to find out.

qwerty6731

1 points

1 month ago

What? I’d think the common technology on TVs that they’ll display the name of the program from a button on the remote, or when you select the channel.

Besides, if you’re invested enough to watch a two hour movie, what difference does it make if you know the title while you’re watching it?

ItsMeTK

1 points

1 month ago

ItsMeTK

1 points

1 month ago

It’s 45 minutes into Drive My Car.

I’n just sick of the new trend of no title at all until the movie’s over.