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  • The biggest star on the biggest screen

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    Godzilla is coming to IMAX. This will be frickin awesome...
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    Okay, seeing the lack of enthusiasm for the king(though there are some people here that like him besides me) makes me wonder if he's stereotyped for a cheesy piece of crap here? Suitimation is like traditional animation in a way, a dying medium. Both are being replaced by CGI when sometimes, they can be better then it. The thing that suitimation has is that there is something there and it seems a bit more real compared to some of the CGI in live action these days(though these types of effects films use CGI in them as well as a guy in a suit). It's a usage of various types of effects in a film that makes a film great, Jurassic Park was made over 12 years ago and the effects still look shockingly real... and that was from using animatronics and CGI together.
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