All in all, I think that the film was done in a very beautiful manner. The cinematography was, as expected, top notch, the audio tracks were most wonderful, the ballet was eye catching, Kanye was Kanye, and our lead Selita Ebanks was quite fetching to the eye
[OH YOU KNOW]. At first I seemed to have a problem with the acting [little that there was], thinking that well, they couldn't act. Watching it again, I noticed that it was more of an art house, minimalistic vibe goin on, so for the benefit of the doubt I'll just say that the dry dialogue was meant to be dry on purpose.
The wardrobe choices were just too legit. Every time I see Kanye
[on and off the stage] he makes me feel like I need two things: gold chains and chest hair. I don't know what it is with this guy, but he's just bleeding cool--ALWAYS. Everything was just done so well, I really enjoyed....except for those wings though. It was a little too obvious that someone was pulling the strings up above when they were fully extended, and the green screen action was just a little too green screeney, but that doesn't really affect how much I enjoyed the video. Simply put the film was awesome, and if this is what new Kanye has to offer then I don't think I'm going to object to him sticking around. Stay up Yeezy.
If by chance you couldn't find the time to catch it on television
[I didn't], then don't fret, it's all right HERE, advertisement free of course.