The strongest sense a human being possess is sight. We remember what we see always. It is the primary key for getting something stuck on our minds. That is the main reason why movies or motion pictures gained so much prominence over the years since its inception. The people love to see some story unfold before their eyes and films provide just that. Several filmmakers rely on hitting the sweet visual spot of the audience with images that stick around in the memory forever. We, at the Cinemaholic, list out top movies with the top visual effects of all time. These movies made the best use of VFX and CGI to further storytelling.
1. Gravity (2013)
Alfonso Cuaron’s 2013 ground breaking space movie is easily one of the most visually striking film we have ever seen. The uninterrupted 13 minute opening shot of the Earth from space is literally out of the world and spells awesome in every fleeting second. It captivated the audience from the very start and promised a world beyond imagination. Tim Webber supervised the stunning visual images and transformed Gravity into a movie which would remain in our minds long after its release. Space never seemed more real and so beautiful. Without a doubt, the best visual effects ever put on film.
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2. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 science fiction film defined the rules for making of space/sci-fi movies around the world. The film was one of those works of sheer genius which was way ahead of its time and received its proper due and following much after its release. The images of space, spaceship and the monolith are evergreen and revered to even today. So powerful was the effect of the graphics, that it catapulted a film with minimal dialogue into achieving a cult status. ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ is an astounding film for the sheer genius and novelty of the storyline and is legendary for the inception of the technique of showing space and all of those wild fantasies in cinema.