70mm. And still quite depthless. It's a movie that goes, progresses in a straight line, one that's very beautifully constructed, but eventually doesn't have a whole lot going on.
Sitting in the cinema, I was completely swept away by Spielberg's craft, as much as I was when I was a young boy. I don't care if it's deemed overly sentimental, I felt real human emotions during an actual blockbuster film (although now considered almost contemplative cinema). Just like had felt them during Poltergeist. And I miss that, honestly. I'm not saying: everything used to be better. I'm saying: I wish everyone would get the time to do their job, like back in the day.