Editing is a masterful art, though one that so many directors, no matter how skilled, can’t seem to get a grasp of; though they usually don’t edit the films personally, they almost always sit in on the edit and guide the editor along the way.
As a result, there’s really no excuse when a film just seems to have no idea where to finish; this might partially be the fault of a script that drags on past the point of exhaustion, yet the laborious manner in which these 10 films closed out made for a punishing viewing experience (even if most of them are on the whole pretty good).
There’s nothing like a great film that takes you on an epic, sprawling journey; it’s just a shame that these filmmakers didn’t have the good sense to realise that not every one of their ideas was a good one, »
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