I'm going to take a stab at it.
All of the "action" and stuff is taking place in the far corner. The eye is naturally drawn towards the center, so it would make viewing awkward.
On the first picture, there's a guy that comes out of nowhere, whatever. Although the first mech is taking up literally half of the screen, giving nothing to the detail of the new arrival, which is stupid. At this time, the audience has probably seen the first mech millions of times. Whatever.
Same general principle with the second picture, I imagine.
Third picture... what's the point? The picture is apparently focused on the fact that the bird is... above the house. Not, of course, the fact that the bird is glowing fuck-all white, mostly because of where the bird is on the screen. Also, is it really necessary to stretch the screen to show all of the guys on the ground?
Fourth picture. Ooh. Dramatic sky, dramatic embrace. Whatever. I could understand it if there was some sort of symbolic reference, but I doubt it.
SO THERE YOU GO. Amazing that some simple logic and very very basic understanding of human actions can make a very detailed, and probably inaccurate guess!