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Desc:Stop Motion vs. CGI
Category:Classic Movies, Arts
Tags:80s, stop motion, remake, Clash of the Titans, appeal
Submitted:sinuendo
Date:02/22/09
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Comment count is 11
Lurchi - 2009-02-22
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Lurchi - 2009-02-22
Working now. Would have been better if it gave examples of bad cgi.
KnowFuture - 2009-02-22
Yeah, where IS the box office appeal in using computers to make things happen in a movie???

There's a lot of really crappy stuff out there but I have never, ever understood wholesale prejudice against CGI.
themilkshark - 2009-02-22
I think this particular group sways more in favor of, "CGI is commonplace in the 21st century, let's try another method that produces equally impressive results."

There is something extremely appealing about a handmade stop motion puppet, a remake of CotT with modern day stop motion would be very exciting.

robotkarateman - 2009-02-22
We ask that you give audiences something fresh and new - a movie made with 60 year old special effects techniques!
RoyCastle - 2009-02-22
set to the score of brigadoon?? YES.

Harveyjames - 2009-02-22
I'm convinced!
baleen - 2009-02-22

No chance in hell it's going to happen, but what a lovely appeal anyway.
FABIO - 2009-02-22
We beg of you to consider adopting quality production methods such as those used in FUCKING MONKEYBONE
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-02-26
Or Coraline, you artistically blind ponce.

Chalkdust - 2009-12-23
there were lots (lots) of problems with Monkeybone but the use of stop motion was not one of them

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