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    Alexa Aristizabal
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    This is a very good article explaining this: https://www.engadget.com/2018/02/24/black-panther-vfx-models/?guccounter=1

    It basically boils down to VFX studios being understaffed, underpaid, overworked.

    How the hell did they make such bad effects?! Marvel has had some amazing ones in several of their movies, and on their “most impactful” one they made some cheap CGI bullshit, it was Cats level of bad.

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    +1 on the “fistbump for J-Lo snub”-wagon, and Cooper for Directing (A Star is Born).

    Aaron Taylor-Johnson for “Nocturnal Animals”.
    Jacob Tremblay for “Room”.
    Johnny Depp for “Black Mass”.

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    I’m gonna talk about Visual Effects just because yes, Black Panther missing last year was the best choice, saw the movie again last night and what a waste of a 200+ million dollar budget. How the hell did they make such bad effects?! Marvel has had some amazing ones in several of their movies, and on their “most impactful” one they made some cheap CGI bullshit, it was Cats level of bad.

    The VFX were rushed due to the schedule and probably even unfinished. But yeah, the Oscars made the right call on that one.

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    The VFX were rushed due to the schedule and probably even unfinished. But yeah, the Oscars made the right call on that one.

    That makes sense, as Marvel’s effects are usually great. I guess they really wanted it released during Black History Month, whether the effects look good or not.

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    That makes sense, as Marvel’s effects are usually great. I guess they really wanted it released during Black History Month, whether the effects look good or not.

    Screen Rant said the reason they were rushed is likely because of the schedule at which they crank out movies, which at this point is 3 per year. But your reason could also have been a factor.

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    The Dark Knight not nominated for best picture in 2008. In a 10 nominees field I would have tolerated it, but not in a 5 nominees one. Incredibly overrated movie

    Darling, you’re right. That was terribly unclassy.

    As a famous singer said, "ain't nobody gonna Thatcher, Thatcher, Thatcher!"

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