Back in the time, movie makers used trick photography, paintings, and miniature models to achieve cinematic effects but today the film industry has perfected the art of computer-generated imagery. Sometimes, it happens that a particular film is being shot at a location which we have seen, but actually, they are shot in a studio. CGI animation has changed the whole movie making game.
So, here we have gathered a list of movies which have used CGI animation and special effects for filming some scenes.
1. The Dark Knight
CGI is used to a great extent in today's film industry. The generated images are edited and made outside of the live action shot with visual effects software.
In the movie, 'The Dark Knight', the face of Harvey Dent was shown ruined with the help of special effects, and it was looking damn realistic. It looked like a burnt face without a doubt.
So yes, all that fat there and the large heads were all a product of special effects.
3. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Pirates of the Caribbean is another franchise that has relied upon visual effects extensively from their very first movie. No wonder it is one of the most expensive movies that was ever made.
4. Guardians of the Galaxy
Human = Animal.
5. Boardwalk Empire
In the movie, Broadwalk Empire, VFX was used at some places for making scenes more perfect.
6. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
7. The Wolf of Wall Street
Well, this one is shocking, because I never thought that this scene of The Wolf of Wall Street used CGI animation.
8. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
9. The Avengers
For all the super-obvious reasons, visual effects have become a necessity for superhero movies.
To give a more techy look.
Most of the scenes in this movie are shot with the help of visual effects.
12. The Lord of the Rings
Believe in aliens?
Godzilla was one of the movies where I have seen some of the best visual effects and animations in the past.
14. King Arthur
Winters were not coming.
15. Mad Max: Fury Road
I hope you liked these amazing before and after pictures.
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