7. Life Of Pi
What! It dampens one’s feeling to see this, even though we never got fooled and considered the tiger in Life of Pi to be real, but yet, seeing the proof really knocks the icing off the cake.
It’s still awesome to see Suraj Sharma floating and acting on water undeterred by the CGI and special effects.
8. I Am Legend
We all cried while watching this scene and it still hurts, Robert is being attacked by a mutant dog, his dogs defends him but unfortunately, the dog got infected in the process. This has to be the most intense and emotional scene in the movie and we all ended up shedding tears.
Right now, looking at this bizarre man wearing a green morph suit and playing the role of the infected dog actually makes me feel a whole lot better.
9. Space Jam
Grab your basketball and duck with CGI and special effects. You just got tuned in to the greatest bust of your childhood! Michael Jordan was actually acting with cartoon characters in this movie, ok, but in reality, he cannot actually do this. But when you think of the kids, their imagination run’s faster than a cheetah and I guess they won’t care any less to know things like this are not real.
This proves by the way that MJ is an underrated actor.
The next movie is a sequel to an “80s original”, the effects of both films are different.
10. Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince
Obviously, if Hollywood doesn’t feature a flying scene, it won’t be an exclusive behind the scenes peek. Daniel Radcliffe must have enjoyed pretending to glide and swipe through the air.
I figure the experience must have been close to riding some of the coin-operated rides that you will find outside a convenience store but with more machine blowing wind around.
Coming Up: Matrix
11. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Busted! Remember Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest movie, kudos to Bill Nighy, I will have to say that he played the role of the ghost captain “Davy Jones” perfectly well, we couldn’t be more pleased even though we never expected his character to have such a “snake-like” kind of moustache.
In my head, I was thinking maybe some prosthetics or even a wig was deployed but guess what? This picture proves without a doubt that CGI was used.
12. The Matrix
What did I just see? I can remember trying to make all these dodging moves on my own and feeling invincible. Oh well, news flash, this is added proof that shows The Matrix movie as a whole was all done using a green screen designed soundstage. As you can see, the mystery behind how they achieved the scene where they dodge bullets by leaning back in slow motion has been solved.
The magic of Hollywood is at full force here.