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10 movies you did not know used computer special effects

BingMag.com 10 <b>movies</b> <b>you</b> <b>did</b> not <b>know</b> <b>used</b> <b>computer</b> <b>special</b> effects

Jimmy Lee Curtis recently criticized the overuse of computer special effects in films such as "Dr. Strange in a World of Madness" and at the same time the performance The filming of the recently released film "Everything Suddenly Everywhere" was praised. The judgments and opinions of people like Curtis ignore the many unique ways in which computer-generated images can be used to enhance cinema.

A filmmaker's main goal is to use computer special effects. That the viewer should never think that what he is looking at is not real. Many films over the years have been able to deceive millions and give the impression that they have no computer special effects, when in fact they were full of this technique.

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1. Brokeback Mountain

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  • Director: Ang Lee
  • Cast: Jake Jennell, Heath Ledger
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Score Raton Tomitoz: 7.7 out of 100
  • IMDb rating for movie: 88 out of 10 li>

This Oscar-winning Western film by Ang Lee is full of beauty in almost every shot and uses special computer effects to create this glory. He told the BBC that not only were some of the film's backgrounds filled with a green screen, but that digital animals, mountains, clouds and trees had been added to many of the scenes that did not exist on the set.

2. Tag

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  • Director: Jeff Thomsick li>
  • Cast: Jeremy Renner, John Ham, Ed Holmes
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Raton Tomitose Score: 56 out of 100
  • IMDb Score to Movie: 6.5 out of 10

Jeremy Renner did his best for this unforgettable comedy. While referring to Jimmy Fallon on the show, he jokes about breaking his arms during production. After this incident, the production agents were forced to use computer special effects to edit the scenes of the actor's presence.

Viewers who are sharp may be able to see scenes that are artificial and recognizable Renner arms. This event led to the creation of one of the most unique games in the history of cinema in the comedy genre.

3. Forrest Gump

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  • Director: Robert Zamkis
  • Cast: Tom Hanks, Robin Wright
  • Release Date: 94
  • Score Raton Tomitosis: 70 out of 100
  • IMDb rating for movie: 8.7 out of 10 li>

It is logical that the creation of the famous historical scenes of the movie "Forrest Gump" requires special computer effects. More surprisingly, the AV Club has uncovered a behind-the-scenes clip of the film showing how filmmakers used digital tricks to hide Tom Hanks' lack of ability on the ping pong table.

All the table tennis scenes were added to the film, so that Hanks just had to blindly shake his arms and legs while filming the sequence.

Les Misrables

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  • Director: Tom Hooper
  • Cast: Hugh Jackman, Eddie Redmin, Anne Hathaway
  • Release Date: 2012
  • strong> Raton Tomitoz Score: 88 out of 100
  • IMDb Score to Movie: 7.5 out of 10

The director of "The Poor", Tom Hooper, violated the principles of making musical films when he asked his actors to perform live songs on stage while filming. He explained to InduWire how this requires equipping each actor with a microphone and phone that must be digitally removed from every scene in the film.

The hard work of the special effects team pays off and a film is created that It looks more authentic than other musical films with actors reciting pre-recorded songs.

5. . T. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial - 20th Anniversary Edition

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  • Director: Steven Spielberg
  • Actors: > Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, De Wallace
  • Release Date: 1982
  • Raton Tomitoz Score: 88 out of 100
  • IMDb rating for the movie: 7.5 out of 10

Steven Spielberg Version The twentieth anniversary of the film "E. T. "Extraterrestrial Creature" with a few small tricks obtained through computer special effects. The most notable addition at the end of the film is: Elliott and ET. "They should not use guns to stop children while riding bicycles," Spielberg told ScreenRet. He is looking forward to the opportunity to correct this mistake. "

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

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  • Director: Cohen Brothers
  • Cast: James Franco, Zhou Kazan
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Raton Tomitoz Score: 89 out of 100
  • IMDb Score to Movie: 7.3 The 10 Cohen Brothers' latest Western

is a perfect example of a film that uses modern filmmaking techniques such as computer special effects to recreate classic effects. Many old movie images are created on the computer. This kind of approach was recently seen in the Vandavision series, which, with the help of computer special effects, portrayed the appearance of classic television programs. It's like a movie that was released when John Wayne was still ruling the box office. "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"

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  • Director: Terry Gilliam
  • Cast: Johnny Depp, Toby McGuire
  • Release Date: 1998 li>
  • Raton Tomitoz Score: 49 out of 100
  • IMDb Score to Movie: 7.5 out of 10

Toby McGuire caused a lot of trouble for the production agents during the production of this film. He refused to change his hairstyle and forced the producers to use computer special effects. Elite was willing to do it for $ 15,000. He is using drugs.

8. Blood Diamond

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  • Director: Edward Zick
  • Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Connelly
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Raton Tomitoz Score: 63 out of 100
  • IMDb Score to Movie: 8 out of 10
    • Although "Blood Diamond" is very black and serious, it has very silly and extra computer special effects. Actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Connelly shared a heartbreaking scene in which the filmmakers thought they could use digital enhancements to increase the grief of the dying Leo character on the plains of Africa.

      In one of the scenes A teardrop film is added to Conley's face, which looks very artificial and almost everyone can recognize it as unreal. Worse, director Ed Zwick told the Times of London that Connelly did not know it had been added until he first saw the film.

      9. Fight Club

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      • Director: David Fencher
      • Actors: Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, Jared Leto
      • Release Date: 1999
      • Raton Tomitose Score: 79 out of 100
      • IMDb Score to Movie: 8.8 out 10

      The special effects of the "boxing club" computer are very old and have good digital elements such as falling cups and exploding apartments.

      10. Zodiac

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      • Director: David Fincher li>
      • Cast: Mark Rafflow, Robert Downey, Anthony Edwards
      • Release Date: 2007
      • Raton Tomitoz Score: 89 out of 100
      • IMDb Score for Movie: 7.7 From 10

      David Fincher recreated San Francisco in the 1970s in "Zodiac" in painstaking detail, swearing he had access to a time machine. Undewire revealed that all the skyline and ports have been digitally created from the beginning, allowing the Zodiac to really adjust its bay space so as not to distract the viewer from the story being told.>

      This is because the effects are both realistic and unimaginable, allowing the viewer to be transported to this horrible time and place in American history.

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