Michael Bay, director of the recent Transformer trilogy, get's a lot of criticism for producing movies that are heavy on special effects but shallow in terms of plot and character development. Fans laud the 2 hour thrill rides he directs, but critics say his work is less than art because he does not focus on the elements of good story.
What would the critics say if Bay took on a classical story with great depth, like Bronte's Jane Eyre?
Could he pull it off?
Would it look something like this: