Filmmakers are known for a number of stylistic choices that define their movies and careers. Zack Snyder loves the slo-mo more than breathing, Kevin Smith’s characters are required to speak in monologues, Joss Whedon loves emotionally damaged teenage super-heroines (are we sure Veil isn’t making an appearance in The Avengers?), Judd Apatow is
to blame largely responsible for the recent run of raunchy movies with a heart of gold, Paul W.S. Anderson doesn’t care if his movies make a lick of sense as long as they are universally awful, and Michael Bay has The Epic Spinning Shot Supercut.
[via Screen Junkies]