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    Posted: January 22 2011 at 11:04pm
It's almost like George Lucas' ILM is the only CGI company that can make great CGI, everyone else just makes cartoonish, glossy, video game looking s***.
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And there are others like Uwe Boll that use actual video-game footage.

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ould you be so kind to answer the questions of my previous post?
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What, their rules for time travel? Well, they had the hunt fixed so that the T-Rex would die even if they shot it, so that wouldn't change history. But killing a butterfly that was suppose to evolve into something else, that changed history. So as a result, changing history changed how other animal evolved, too. So then Ed Burns had to go back in time and stop the butterfly from being stepped on, and everything was fixed ... except the poor script, bad acting, crappy CGI, etc.
 
But yeah, if a studio is out of money, they'll just throw something together in hope of making money off of it, hence bad CGI.  

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Would you be so kind to answer the questions of my previous post?
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1)According to the movie universe's rules, they can kill animals if they were going to die anyway. 

2)But is that a passable excuse? 

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1. Well yeah, that sorta makes sense. If the animal was going to die any way, they are not changing the course of history. However, killing an animal that was going to live for many more years and be a critical part of evolving into something else, yeah, that is altering history. 
 
2. Hollywood makes tons of excuses for itself. When you have millions of dollars at stake, you will do questionable things. Just look at Wall Street for another example. They claim they MUST be paid millions for their services, even though they let their companies go out of business so they can get fat bonuses anyway. That's just how greed works. 

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1)According to the movie universe's rules, they can kill animals if they were going to die anyway. 
2)But is that a passable excuse?
The Four Horsemen of the Moviepocalypse: uncalled for sequels/remakes/reboots, 3-D surcharges, untalented "celebrities", and anything with Michael Bay's name attached to it.
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