This eye-opening explanation of bad CGI in movies will convince you to give summer blockbusters a shot.
This video from RocketJump sheds new light on one of the most common complaints about modern movies.
If you get annoyed at the overuse of CGI in movies these days, you're not alone. Viewers have become very sophisticated at recognizing computer animation in live-action movies, but as this video proves, we still have a lot to learn. The experts at RocketJump Film School compiled a wealth of examples to prove their point to us: that there's actually much more CGI in movies than we ever realized, because we only notice it when it's really bad.
Does this change how you feel about summer blockbusters? Will it affect how likely you are to see the new Fantastic Four reboot? Spoiler alert: it has a lot of CGI in it. Double spoiler alert: you're not going to see it.