I remember those scenes being very vivid in the cinema, but I might fire it up and check them out on Disney+ and see if maybe they’ve done the visual equivalent of whatever the knobheads who did the sound mixing for The Batman did.It wouldn't be first time that something being "realistic" has ruined a movie for me.
It's just as bad when a movie is mixed poorly and you can't hear the actors talking over the background noise. Sure, it might be realistic that gunfire and explosions completely drown out speech, but I still want to hear the actors otherwise what's the point of them being there and talking?
The lighting doesn't need to be "realistic" and the audio doesn't need to be "realistic" if it's not serving the audience's ability to see and understand the movie. Some directors get completely up their own ass about that.