>… in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy. How can you not be charmed by the simple trick of putting actors at different distances
>I’ve always been into visual effects in the movies. I have whole shelves full of ”Making Of’ books and a pile of Cinefex magazines that
>… in Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula (how much attribution do you need in just one title?). Yes, Gary Oldman’s got a wacky hairdo
>… in the curiously compelling 1957 movie The Monolith Monsters, in which your average American B-movie desert burg is threatened by, well, rocks. That’s inexplicably
>… in Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Yes, the UFOs are great but check out the gorgeously crisp night skies they’re flying through, courtesy
>…in The Empire Strikes Back. Nuff said.