|Rovin - 2011-12-02 |
Well, that CGI isn't dating very well.
man that shit looked corny as hell the day it came out. what a ballsy movie, though. the guy you gave top billing to was in the intro for like 2 minutes, then disappeared for the entire film to show up in cgi form at the very end. i bet babby cena marks went home and cried themselves to sleep.
jurassic park still looks good. it helped that they used animatronics and other shit too, but the cgi still holds up.
You would think that CGI in movies would be something that studios would had no problem pulling well at this point. The problem was that there was no "school" left from the cgi of films like Jurassic Park. People that truly know the craft of CGI are not that many, thus why we still see some pretty atrocious CGI even in recent years, a film like I Am Legend being a prime example of this.
|TeenerTot - 2011-12-02 |
What just happened?
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-12-02 |
You know, I bet if he was CGI he would've made that mark.
|Triggerbaby - 2011-12-02 |
The original line was "TA-DA!" but they changed it in post-production.
|StanleyPain - 2011-12-02 |
Funny scene, but I loved this movie, and the first one. They were such great, stupid, Sinbad-esque, old-school swashbuckler type stuff.
These movies succeeded wonderfully at recreating that old-school adventure movie flavor.
The original is actually pretty damn neat. Completely mindless, but in a charming 30's adventure serial way. The sequel is decent too until Cartoon The Rock shows up. Then it's just hilarious.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-12-03 |
The second I saw the title, I knew it would be this.
|cognitivedissonance - 2011-12-03 |
One mummy? Two mummies? THREE MUMMIES?!!!! You'll laugh your Tuts off with this season's most hilarious family of the undead! It's non-stop mayhem from pyramid to museum as Mr. and Mrs. Mummy.... AND WHO COULD FORGET JUNIOR?... travel the highways of America to learn just what it is that makes 1966 the MUMMIEST year at the cinema! With music by the WAY OUT Louis Prima and featuring those wacky fellas, DON KNOTTS AND TIM CONWAY, archaeology has never been so funny... er... MUMMY!
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