Posted on July 31st, 2008 by tdksucks
In the world of super-realistic Batman, if you get half your face melted off, you are endowed with the following amazing super powers:
A magic eyeball that is impervious to harm, even if every piece of flesh around it is burned beyond recognition. You will no longer need to fear death because your eyeball will live [...]
Filed under: Story/Plot Problems, Visuals/Effects, Writing/Direction Tags: car crash, Entertainment, eye, eyeball, Two-Face | 40 Comments »
Posted on July 28th, 2008 by tdksucks
OK, this was visually well-crafted. Executed perfectly. Visually well-blended. Impressive.
So how come he ended up looking like half an alien from “Mars Attacks”?
It was “too perfect”. I used to do 3D rendering and animation. I pay attention. The problem with a lot of 3D animation (many times referred to as CGI, or Computer Graphics Imaging) [...]
Filed under: Visuals/Effects Tags: burns, cgi, effects, graphics, Harvey Dent, mars attacks, Two-Face | 5 Comments »
Posted on July 27th, 2008 by tdksucks
There’s a notion when watching/reading fictional movies/stories, and it’s called “suspension of disbelief”. Most contemporary movies, even if they are based within reality, require the audience to maintain at least SOME suspension of disbelief. Suspension of disbelief is [from Wikipedia] “the willingness of a person to accept as true the premises of a work of [...]
Filed under: Editing/Sound, Makeup/Custume, Story/Plot Problems, Subpar Acting, Visuals/Effects, Writing/Direction Tags: believability, Chris Nolan, fiction, plausible, realism, reality, suspension of disbelief | 27 Comments »