I am not sure if this was ever discussed on the board yet, but there is something that has been bothering me about the "look" of most Hollywood productions in the last 5 years or so. It seems that most Hollywood major motion pictures seem to either have a very strong "redish" or "blueish" look to them. I watched parts of BEHIND ENEMY LINES last night on HBO and this one had the heavy blueish tones to it. But it seems to be a trend in mostl action type movies and the earliest one I remember exhibiting this look was BAD BOYS. While that particular movie had a strong "redish" hue, it worked well for it as the setting was in Florida and it gave a sense of the heat for the setting. But it seems since then countless motion pictures have used this. From the Bruckheimers and the Ridley and Tony Scotts even Spielberg in the last 3 films. Its almost like no major Hollywood release can have a "natural" look anymore. Is it the directors style? Is it the film stock? Is it just a look that Hollywood has been thinking is "hot" right now? I know the lighting has a lot to do with it but it seems rather odd. It is more apparent when you watch a movie like Y Tu Mama Tambien and realize how "natural" everything should look. What are your thoughts on this?