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Submitted by SquishyGorilla 701d ago | trailer

Robots Terrorise LA In Found Footage Teaser '2088'

NRM: "Having proven his worth in visual effects on the likes of The Matrix Reloaded and The Polar Express, Steven Ilous of VFX house SMI Entertainment is now set to cause a stir in Hollywood all of his own. He's behind 'found footage' teaser trailer 2088, a proof-of-concept piece for a science-fiction film set in the futuristic, gritty, neon-trimmed streets of Los Angeles." (2088, Indie film)

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Reibooi  +   697d ago
Personally I think this is really stupid. The whole point of the "Found Footage" movie is to make a movie that feels and to a certain extent feels as if it could be real. Using excessive amounts of CG like shown in this little trailer makes it very very hard to take the movie seriously. What could have been a better action movie in the vein of something like IRobot looks to just be a poorly thought out "Found Footage" movie because those movies seem to be the "in" thing right now.

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