We’re not here to talk about great storylines or legendary dialogues, but Friday presents the 5 movies that have the best special effects ever! Yup, we’re here to celebrate computer generated imagery, and techies and movie buffs can unite in this clash of science and art found in these films.
Yes, the movie is pretty new but it can definitely be seen as one of the best. If you’ve watched the movie, you’ll know what I mean. If you haven’t, let us give you a refresher of what Gravity is really all about.
Aren’t those special effects spectacular? But that ain’t the best yet, so on to the next.
We all know about Avatar, and perhaps you watched the movie in IMAX 3D? It was just so irresistible at the time! LOL. James Cameron took us to a whole new level with this film and turned 3D films into more than just a fad. Take the time to watch this film as it is one of the greatest films of all time.
2001: Space Odyssey (1968)
Yep, an old movie has made it to the list. How, you ask? Through complexity and precision, that’s how. Stanly Kubrick is known for being such a perfectionist director, and through that he was able to depict his idea of space travel in such detail.
A Trip to the Moon (1902)
If you’ve watched the film Hugo, you’ll know exactly what I mean. This flick was made by the magician-turned-director named George Melies who was able to bring his magic to film.
A pretty amazing feat for a 1902 movie, don’t you think? Melies and his team hand-colored the filmstrips to achieve this.
The Star Wars Trilogy (1977-1983)
Considered as the original Star Wars flicks, these three movies forever changed the world of guys and gals by creating its own magical universe that would be forever revered by geeks, nerds, and dorks. The movie founded the first major Hollywood effects company Industrial Light & Magic and was a game-changer in the film industry.
George Lucas built the story is so magnificently done as well.
Not the list that you expected, huh? Well, I hope you enjoyed that, and watch those movies to see for yourselves. Featured Image Source: thecoolector.com