Why Are Cgi So Important In Movies Improve One Day?

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CGI in the past 20 years have greatly improved and continues to improve every single day. Most movies anymore use CGI a lot since it gives it the wow factor and gets people’s attention. I think it’s silly to risk your talent and crew alike because if you injury an A-List celebrity, then there could be a big chance that the movie production company will get sued. If you were to injury a crew member or a talent, it can also lead to deadly consequences. Some examples would be with Michael J. Fox in Back to the Future III, the scene where he is hanging with the rope around his neck, he isn’t standing on anything and people didn’t realize that he was unconscious for about 30 seconds. Another talent star that almost had died was Isla Fischer in Now You See Me. The scene where she had to make her grand escape from being chained in a fish tank before the piranhas were to be dumped on her. In one of the takes, she got suck and was pounding on the glass to let them know something was wrong. My last example would be Margaret Hamilton from The Wizard of Oz, we all know her as the Wicked Witch of the West. We all know the way that she would disappear would be from the cloud of smoke from many times from the movie.…show more content…
She actually caught on fire from the sparks and was hospitalized for her third degree burns on her hands and second degree burns on her face. Now there was the argument that films that didn’t really use CGI make more moneys than films that use CGI is kind of ridiculous. Sometimes you need CGI, especially for fantasy movies like Eragon, Inkheart, Maleficent, and Pete’s Dragon. These movies would probably would have been very dull and not make much in the box office if they had not used

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