I've seen many films that do a good job of using slow motion. But others that I see, the ones that really stick in my mind, really get in the way of the film watching experience. Slow-Motion, in my opinion, should be used for slowing down moments so the viewer can see what is happening, when the action is fast. I hate it when they use it to just draw out a moment, usually just to spice up a dull shot. Fast-Motion gets on my nerves even more, however. The new series 'Birds-of-Prey' constantly speeds up the motion, and all it does is make the show feel amateurish, it definitely doesn't make it look like anyone is moving faster. What do you think? Is slow-motion a good thing or a bad thing? Where should it be used? And is there a good time for using fast-motion?