James Gunn, the director of Slither, both Guardians of the Galaxy films and the under-appreciated Super recently tweeted about his hatred of the feature, and the fact itís turned on as the default for so many displays. His message included some big names, all supporting the death of motion smoothing.
Rian Johnson, who directed Brick, Looper, three amazing Breaking Bad episodes and something called Star Wars: The Last Jedi didnít bother trying to hide his disgust at how deeply the option can be hidden in menus, and how bad it can make movies look.
Reed Morano directed the first three episodes of The Handmaidís Tale, and sheís been fighting the good fight for a while now.
Bless em all and godspeed! Motion Smoothing should be shot into the sun.