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  • Welcome to watch mojo and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 dumbest uses of C.

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  • In movies and pay attention.

  • Green wow, I know right for this list.

  • We'll be looking at the most ridiculous and unnecessary uses of special effects we've ever seen on the big screen.

  • Which of these scenes do you think is the silliest let us know in the comments below number 10 Michael's mask.

  • Halloween, H 2020 years later, Michael, Bye.

  • When C.

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  • This was really apparent in 1990 eight's Halloween H 2020 years later when C.

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  • I was still experiencing growing pains.

  • I'm so sorry, I didn't mean to make you jump.

  • It's Halloween.

  • I guess everyone's entitled to one good scare.

  • I've had my share.

  • Although the Halloween franchise started with a practical mask in 1978 everything changed in 1998 upon the advent of special effects.

  • There's a scene in Halloween H 20 when Michael is rocking a C.

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  • That looks absolutely horrific.

  • The worst part is not how it looks, but how unnecessary it was to include it for only one scene, a Michael Myers mask from the local costume shop would have looked 100% better than this.

  • buying one would have been significantly easier and presumably cheaper than utilizing C.

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  • Number nine breath, the social network Mark, you said you'd come up with something.

  • I think I've come up with something come outside.

  • It's 20 degrees outside.

  • I can't stare at that loop of Niagara Falls which has absolutely nothing to do with the caribbean.

  • There's one scene and David Fincher's the social network that sees Mark and Eduardo standing outside in the freezing cold while discussing ideas for facebook.

  • It's a good scene with great dialogue that's ruined by C.

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  • Breath clouds.

  • We'll split it 70 30 70 for me 30 for you for putting up $1000 and for handling everything on the business end.

  • Your CFO Fincher has stated that to ask people to stand out in this kind of cold weather and not see the breath was unfair.

  • While it's noble of him to try to go for accuracy, the breath is still wildly unnecessary.

  • Audiences understand that it's freezing and Eduardo is jumping around and commenting on how cold he is.

  • I'm not talking about a dating site, I'm talking about taking the entire social experience of college and putting it online.

  • I can't feel my legs.

  • I know I'm totally psyched about this too.

  • We don't think anyone would have complained about the lack of visible breath.

  • In fact it's likely that no one would have even noticed.

  • We don't even know what it is yet.

  • We don't know what it is.

  • We don't know what it can be.

  • We don't know what it will be.

  • We know that it is cool, That is a priceless asset.

  • I'm not giving up.

  • This one will be finished, it won't be finished.

  • That's the point.

  • The way fashion's never finished the rats daredevil.

  • I mean, I hate to bring it up again and I spent $3,000 and seeing eye dog, I didn't ask you for the dog.

  • I didn't want a dog.

  • Something else.

  • Seeing eye dogs bond for life, yours ran away.

  • What does that tell you about how emotionally available you are?

  • The 2003 daredevil film is not loved by many and it's questionable.

  • Filmmaking is evident in the very first seconds.

  • One of the first things audiences see is a shoddy digital rats scamper around the wet streets before it's scared away by a burst of steam.

  • Couldn't they have just opened the movie in another way to save both money and the film's reputation?

  • They could have filmed a live rat and just cut out the steam part, or they could have just started with the slow pan up the stairs instead of bothering with a rodent at all.

  • What's eating you rough night what you wanna talk about it know something could have been done to prevent audiences from watching such an insignificant piece of digital imagery in a superhero movie number seven.

  • Green lanterns mask.

  • Green Lantern C.

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  • In Green Lantern blake lively's carol ferris asks what the hell is with that mask if that was meant to a brilliant bit of meta comedy than well done because that's exactly what audiences were thinking while looking at this atrocity.

  • The movie was widely lambasted for its poor visual effects and that includes Green lanterns, digital mask.

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  • Can you take off the mask?

  • That's really cool.

  • It's overly digitized and completely unnatural when it appears on hal's face.

  • Not bad.

  • Huh?

  • While Reynolds initially defended the use of otherworldly G.

  • He later joins the rest of the world and ridiculed the terrible special effects himself and please don't make the super suit green or animated.

  • Number six Wolverine's claws.

  • X men origins.

  • Wolverine standing as one of the worst films in the entire X men Canon.

  • This origin story received significant criticism for its script and poor visual effects.

  • There's something I always wanted to tell you Predictable.

  • Perhaps the movie's most infamous scene shows wolverine trying out his new adamantium claws in a bathroom mirror.

  • The effect it looks like something out of an amateur B movie rather than one that costs $115 million.

  • You're right in there.

  • Yeah, I'm fine.

  • The filmmakers reportedly utilized prosthetic clause while shooting.

  • However they replaced them in post production with C.

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  • That's a nice stick.

  • Even the first movies claws look marginally better and that was released almost 10 years prior.

  • It's obviously hard to convey steel claws in a realistic manner.

  • But surely something could have been done to prevent this disaster.

  • Two years I run in that and I never.

  • Oh shiny.

  • Number five.

  • The pair Star Wars episode two.

  • Attack of the clones.

  • The Star Wars prequels are infamous for their over reliance on C.

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  • So smiling to see in your son.

  • Good to see you again.

  • This Apollo's here, lookie lookie Senator, both the green screens and horrid effects made.

  • The original seventies and eighties films look more modern than the prequels.

  • Perhaps the worst offender is the infamous pair seen from Attack of the clones, aggressive negotiations with that.

  • Well negotiations with a lightsaber.

  • The pair looks mind bogglingly bad and gets worse whenever it interacts with the live actors.

  • We don't believe for a second than either Hayden Christensen or Natalie Portman are interacting with fruit.

  • If master will be one, caught me doing this, he'd be very grumpy.

  • The team could have used a real pair on a string or even just cut out the goofy sequence altogether.

  • If you follow your thoughts through to conclusion, it'll take us to a place we cannot go regardless of the way we feel about each other.

  • Then you do feel something, was it really necessary for them to use a C.

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  • Number four C.

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  • It's a weird day indeed when you show up to work and learn that you'll be animating a pile of curling dog poop.

  • But a team fulfilled that strange request for the modern classic john Wick.

  • While the movie is an impeccably made bit of action cinema, it contains a wholly unnecessary shot of a dog's recently deposited uh deposit.

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  • This wasn't needed for the story or character.

  • So why even included?

  • According to the DVD commentary, the filmmakers couldn't just wait around for a dog to do its business.

  • So they resorted to C.

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  • I'm up Since the single shot reportedly cost the studio $5000 in animation and labor.

  • It's one of the most expensive poops in human history, grab you some cuba later.

  • Oh Number three Digital Shave.

  • Justice League I Believe in Truth.

  • But I'm also a big fan of Justice.

  • The story of Henry cavill's mustache is now ingrained in film history.

  • He originally grew a thick mustache for his role in Mission Impossible fallout during filming Warner bros needed him to play the clean shaven superman for Justice League reshoots but he couldn't get rid of the facial hair.

  • You won't let me live, you won't let me die the world, ain't you?

  • He doesn't need you after a failed compromise between the two movie productions Warner bros had to digitally remove cavill's mustache in post production, the result was a bizarre uncanny valley concoction that made cavil appear like a just not right video game character.

  • Does your thing really stand for hope?

  • Yes it does.

  • But it looks like anish.

  • Yes it's meant to it's it's meant to wind like a river.

  • It comes and goes while they did what they could under regrettable circumstances.

  • There's no denying that.

  • The end result looks ridiculous.

  • Number two, A human baby.

  • The Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn Part two.

  • Welcome to the Family.

  • You look amazing Bella someone's been waiting to meet you.

  • If digitally creating a fake face proves difficult, we can only imagine how hard it would be to create an entire human being.

  • Unfortunately that is exactly what the visual effects artist of twilight were tasked with when it came to making runs me, she's fine, she's back home and she's feeling better.

  • Why didn't you say so?

  • That's great.

  • Wait, there's something you need to see first while we feel bad for laughing.

  • She was probably one of the worst bits of C.

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  • The baby looks absurd and it completely takes viewers out of an otherwise emotional moment.

  • She's got your eyes.

  • Bill Bill Condon even admitted to the Hollywood reporter that the baby came out a disaster they reportedly chose between using bad special effects or a creepy animatronic doll.

  • But that only raises another question.

  • Couldn't they have just tried filming with a real baby.

  • All right.

  • That's enough experimenting for one day Jacob she's doing great.