So, I've been watching a lot of action heavy movies lately (mostly horrors and thrillers) and after finishing a movie that I enjoyed I like to look at reviews on IMDb to see if other people enjoyed it as much as I did. I've noticed that these movies sometimes get really low reviews, which is fine, not everyone likes the same things, but some of the things they're complaining about are honestly confusing me. One thing in particular that I don't understand is people bemoaning the use of the "shakey cam" technique. They even go as far as to say that this technique ruins their ability to enjoy the movie. However, I'm usually too focused on the action to notice whether the camera is perfectly still or not. I also think this technique has some merits. For example, in a high stress chase scene, I find that some slight movement of the camera adds an extra layer of immersion. So what do you guys think of the "shakey cam"? Do you love it, hate it, or don't even notice it?