10 Movies That Had Surprisingly Terrible CGI

Some movies had such TERRIBLE CGI effects, it’s hard to forget once you’ve seen them.  Here are some examples that are memorable for all the wrong reasons:

1.  “The Mummy Returns”,  2001 . . . Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a CGI Scorpion King . . . just, no.

2.  “Freddy vs. Jason”,  2003 . . . The part when Freddy Krueger turns into a weed-smoking caterpillar.

3.  “Avengers: Age of Ultron”,  2015 . . . In one scene, Iron Man looked like a test render from the original “Iron Man” movie.

4.  “Justice League”,  2017 . . . Henry Cavill had to do re-shoots, but since he was also filming “Mission: Impossible – Fallout”, he had a mustache that he couldn’t shave.  CGI was used to try to cover it up.

5.  “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”,  2001 . . . The bathroom troll wasn’t exactly convincing.

6.  “Star Wars Special Edition”,  1997 . . . CGI was added to the original trilogy, resulting in a terrible Jabba the Hutt.

7.  “Air Force One”,  1997 . . . Remember that plane crash at the end?

8.  “Die Another Day”,  2002 . . . The part when Pierce Brosnan as James Bond falls off a glacier and wind surfs.

9.  “Star Wars: Episode 2 –  Attack of the Clones”,  2002 . . . The part when Anakin tries to surf on the back of a herd beast on Naboo.

10.  “A Sound of Thunder”,  2005 . . . This movie allegedly had a $100 million budget, but you wouldn’t know it.


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