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RE: Most annoying effects - 4/10/2012 12:31:14 PM   
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CGI blood and Matrix style slo-mo.

I see Paul WS Anderson is still copying the latter his Resident Evil flicks thirteen fricking years after The Matrix was first released.


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RE: Most annoying effects - 4/10/2012 12:51:02 PM   
OPEN YOUR EYES

 

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Zack Snyders slow-mo is annoying to say the least and we'll be seeing it alot in the Superman film too.

The famous J.J Abram lens-flair is a is getting abit of a kick-in but when it does work it can look visually comforting.
But it really is dependent on how much he uses it and like most things if it is used alot it becomes its own little pointless charmless gimmick.


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