Examining the Distinctive, High-Octane Style of Michael Bay

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In the below video, Every Frame a Painting's Tony Zhou examines the distinctive, high-octane style of Micheal Bay (also called "Bayhem.") Zhou examines Bay's copycats and explains what makes Bay's work stand out from them. Zhou also examines Bay's influences (which surprisingly includes West Side Story) and his trademark use of movement, composition and fast editing.

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