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    Cool Bay & sunglasses.

    I noticed a new (blue-ish) trend in Bay's recent movies that involves sunglasses. It's just brief shots, but you can see that he likes a certain look:


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    Have to say, I like it too. And I expect to see a similar shot in "The Last Knight" as well.
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    Indeed, those shades look boss. The style in his films are always on point. Cannot wait to see what he has in store for us with TLK. Hope we get some more set pics soon.

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    Default Re: Bay & sunglasses.

    There were some similar shots in Pain & Gain too. Love the shot of Lugo chilling in his car while spying on Kershaw and his inner monologue is complaining about rich people (a neighbour of his as kids got a new bike every Christmas) and someone jogs past him, reflected in the lens.
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    Default Re: Bay & sunglasses.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bot of Badassness View Post
    There were some similar shots in Pain & Gain too. Love the shot of Lugo chilling in his car while spying on Kershaw and his inner monologue is complaining about rich people (a neighbour of his as kids got a new bike every Christmas) and someone jogs past him, reflected in the lens.

    You're right. Come to think of it, it all actually started with "Pain & Gain".


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