I think some of the shots in the video are quite nice. But in many of them I would agree with Murray. These days it's impossible to tell what's real and what's not but a lot if not all of the shots in the video look very heavily treated to me, some of them to the point of being no longer believable. And when it's been worked over to the point of not being believable it suddenly flops over into the realm of being almost corny. Murray's black velvet painting analogy is appropriate, I think.
But there are a few that really work well, I thought. None of them are the "exact mirror look" shots.
And Murray, we have to remember, a lot of people like black velvet paintings.
Of the paintings I have seen thus far in my life my absolute favorite is Monet's "La Pie" ("The Magpie.") It hangs in the Musee d'Orsay in Paris, but if Monet painted it today and then printed up a few thousand copies and distributed them to those roadside and parking lot painting vendors to sell, I'd bet money the black velvet paintings would outsell it a thousand to one.