10 most dramatic films of the 21st century

From 2000 to now, audiences have witnessed the incredible leap of cinema techniques with overwhelming superstars like the trio “The Lord of the Rings” or “Avatar”.

With the rapid development of graphics and computer technology, cinema has made great strides in the digital economy since 2000. The following works will bring viewers beyond the imagination.

1. The Lord of the Rings series (2001, 2002, 2003)

Based on the massive novel by J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings takes viewers to the mysterious Middle Earth. The series has created a colorful mythical world with races such as Fairy, Dwarf, Hobbit, Wizard, …

Followers of the patriarchal patriarchs to destroy the ring of the Dark Lord Sauron, the work takes viewers to the majestic gorgeous city of Gondor, Mount Doom, … In addition to the monumental battle on tens of thousands with giant elephants, demons, dragons, … between humans and Orcs.

2. Pirates of the Caribbean Series (2003, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2017)

Rely on a popular amusement park in Disneyland, the Rat House has brought audiences one of the most popular series of movies of all time. Pirates of the Caribbean re-imagines eerie 18th century Europe.

Throughout each film, the audience will be traveling to a strange land with a myriad of mysterious creatures such as mermaid, giant octopus, … The film also impresses with the spectacular effects include across the sea, battles between the tornado, or the ghost ship Silent Mary, … A series of characters with horrible graphics like Salazar, Davy Jones, … is also a plus point.

3. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)

Scott Fitzgerald’s short story adaptation was cherished in the mid-80s as director Frank Oz and later Steven Spielberg. But until 2008, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, directed by David Fincher, can be screened with the help of modern technology.

Featuring actor Brad Pitt, the film has brought a touching story and meaning of the life of an aging person. Photos of Brad Pitt at a variety of ages, from an aging 80-year-old to a young man built to the truth on the big screen to make the audience surprised.

4. Transformers Series (2007, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2017)

Since its launch, Transformers has never been critically acclaimed for its content. However, the long battle between Autobot and Decepticon still earned billions of dollars thanks to the magnificent tricks.

Cybertron’s giant transformers are designed to be extremely impressive. They are heavily financed in terms of graphics, making the movement and fighting part extremely smooth and visually pleasing. Besides, it is impossible not to mention the explosive and destructive style familiar “Michael Bay”. The real battle is hard to reach the majestic level like “Seven”.

5. Avatar (2009)

The best-selling blockbuster of all time is pioneer in 3D technology on the big screen. After Avatar, a series of Hollywood productions use this format to provide a great viewing experience.

James Cameron’s epic is about the Na’vi natives fighting the invasion of humanity on the beautiful Pandora planet. A whole world of countless plants and creatures is portrayed vividly and honestly in Avatar. When watching the movie, the audience will feel the hand to go to a paradise planet only in the dream.

6. Inception (2010)

Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster created a world of dreams, literally. The film follows Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio), who specializes in stealing important information by infiltrating the dream of the target.

The work has created a world of multi-layered dream is extremely complex and virtual. The streets are constantly changing, the laws of physics are destroyed, the series of events are intermittently causing the viewers to overwhelm.

7. Planet of the Apes Series (2011, 2014, 2017)

Not pioneering the “motion-capture” technology, but the Planet of the Apes reboot has taken the technology to new heights.

This technology allows filmmakers to shape and manipulate monkey characters from actual actors. For the latest movie, audiences can easily see each hair in a genuine way or feel the emotions of Caesar and his fellow minor changes from the face.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) are all nominated for Oscars for excellence. Part three – War for the Planet of the Apes with the most impressive skills will likely be nominated and won the category.

8. Gravity (2013)

The work of Alfonso Cuarón, released in 2013, is balanced by the dramatic storyline and cinematic elements. Following the footsteps of Stone and Kowalsky space astronauts, the film revolves around life on the space station.

All of Sandra Bullock’s travel companions were created by computer technology but still honed her acting. In addition, the creation of the extraordinary space-setting outside of the Earth or the simplicity of the weightlessness is also the success of the work.

9. Pacific Rim (2013)

Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 release is one of the world’s most glamorous films. Pictures of giant robots fighting with monsters hundreds of meters high make the viewer overwhelmed.

The director must rely on many designers as well as masters in the field of computer and science to create the Jaeger and Kaiju. With the help of a variety of technologies such as Ghost FX, Hybrid, Rodeo FX and Base FX, the Pacific Rim battle has become more alive and more glamorous than ever.

10. Valerian and the City of Thousand Planets (2017)

It was not long before, but Valerian and the City of Thousand Planets recorded themselves on the list of the most dramatic film. The work created a world full of surreal space.

Strangely shaped aliens and true to specimens are all described by “motion capture” technology. Images of the planet with the scene as paradise and high technology impressive, the giant aircraft or the fierce battle, monumental to make people like to go on a trip only dream.

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