There may be a Super 35 thread here somewhere, but I was watching X2 on the big screen, and noticed that hideous extra grain, that is part of the cropping of a Super 35 movie. I know that filmmakers say that spherical lenses are easier to handle, and cheap, compared to anamorphic lenses. I mean, this is ok for a cheaply budgeted movie, but X2? Even X-Men was anamophic! But there has been a series of movies, that have continusly shot anamophically...James Bond movies. From Thunderball to Diamonds Are Forever, and continuosly from The Spy Who Loved Me, they are all anamorphic. So if Bond can do it, why not others?