15 Before And After VFX Scenes Of These Movies May Change The Way You Watch Films

Let's go back on the sets of classic films.

15 Before And After VFX Scenes Of These Movies May Change The Way You Watch Films
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If you're here, then you probably already know that a lot of movies are created these days, using the technological tools to enhance the cinematic experience which you get while watching the films in a theatre. However, we often overlook the amount of hard work, blood and sweat these filmmakers and actors put to bring a particular sequence, scene or a character to life.

Surely we all know that the tiger in Life of Pi wasn't real, and Avengers is an entirely fictional series; but when we're watching these films, do these thoughts still hit us? We guess no, and that's all because of special effects. It's an amazing feeling to know that movies are digitally manipulated to the extent that we can't even imagine.

So, we at WittyFeed decided to compile the list of fantastic movie scenes which were manipulated.

Have a look!

The Avengers

The Avengers

Well, forget the visual effect, do you guys see a face in her hair. Lower right area? Or is it just me having an optical illusion. Well, no matter what; this scene is love and I can't stop looking at it without special effects.

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Hulk

Hulk

If you've seen The Avengers, then you must be knowing that Hulk is the best part in the film, especially his fight with Thor is a standout event. 

Avatar

Avatar

Andrew Cawrse is one of those people who worked as a visual effects' artist in this 2009 global blockbuster success that became the highest earning film of all-time. 

So much lost from original acting?

So much lost from original acting?

In case you don't know, it is a picture from one of the most loved Batman films of all time, The Dark Knight. The audience loves this movie, and particularly this sequence which comes at the most crucial time. Isn't it a good feeling to see this scene without VFX?

Here's Captain America

Here's Captain America

Can you believe this? I always used to feel for the actors or stuntmen who had to perform this scene, but it turns out all my worries were worthless.

Did you know?

Did you know?

Most of the scenes in the films do not even require actor Robert Downey Jr. to be physically present there. Sequences in which he is entirely covered in Iron Man suit is wholly designed through digital visual effect experts.

Life of Pi

Life of Pi

Though I love this film inside out, there's one thing which I feel looks a little fake. Can you guess what? Well, I won't take much of your time, it's Tiger's whiskers.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates of the Caribbean

Bill Nighy as David Jones, isn't he looking amazing both with and without special effects? One of the most bizarre creatures of the film.

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones

It looks like buying more unsullied was much more expensive than we could imagine. Isn't it?

Technology is like a God to filmmakers, they worship it.

Technology is like a God to filmmakers, they worship it.

Undoubtedly, actors live their lives on the edge. And what's interesting to notice is that even after being tied to numerous wires for safety, they never come out of their character while filming. Flawless.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Andy Serkis is the man behind Caeser. After this film, a lot of people claimed that Andy Serkis is the best motion capture, actor.

Alice in the Wonderland

Alice in the Wonderland

This one is somewhat real. I thought filmmakers always created the entire set using claymation; I'm again wrong. Whoop.

Boardwalk Empire

Boardwalk Empire

What had my attention more all these times is a little difference between everyone's activity. Is that something to think about or it's okay?

Is that a house or a ship?

Is that a house or a ship?

I always wondered what's it like to shoot on a cruise, but they don't do that. It hurts to realize this.

Aren't all of these amazing?

Aren't all of these amazing?

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