Ghibli's "Giant God Warrior" live action Nausicaa back story

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Old 05 May 2013   #16
I'll admit I'm a Ghibli fanboy but this just made me think of the horrible power ranger movies my kids liked.
 
Old 05 May 2013   #17
I didn`t like it at all. : /
 
Old 05 May 2013   #18
While the cheaper style may turn people off, it's important to note that this is exactly the style the director was trying to capture. It's supposed to look like the prosthetic/puppets from those budget, cheesy 'giant monster destroying city' shows.

It's especially evident that this was created to deliberately look like that when you see the frozen crowds and the toy dog barking, it's supposed to look cheap except for a couple of money shots. I enjoyed it for precisely that reason, it didn't look slick and detailed and over produced like so much CG tends to be. Bring back puppets, bring back prosthetics, bring back the FUN!
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Old 05 May 2013   #19
Originally Posted by JoshBowman: While the cheaper style may turn people off, it's important to note that this is exactly the style the director was trying to capture. It's supposed to look like the prosthetic/puppets from those budget, cheesy 'giant monster destroying city' shows.

It's especially evident that this was created to deliberately look like that when you see the frozen crowds and the toy dog barking, it's supposed to look cheap except for a couple of money shots. I enjoyed it for precisely that reason, it didn't look slick and detailed and over produced like so much CG tends to be. Bring back puppets, bring back prosthetics, bring back the FUN!


I personally think you can still make things FUN without reverting to some outdated methods of visual effects... but that's not a jab at this Museum Video Piece - which is precisely what it is.
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