I just read two interesting article about computer graphic imagery in modern movies.
The first one tells “6 Reasons Modern Movie CGI Looks Surprisingly Crappy”. In this article, David Christopher Bell complains about the lack of rules in the use of visual effects in modern movies:
There is some kind of answer to this article. Through an excellent YouTube video, Freddie Wong explains we believe the reason we think all CG looks bad, is because we only see “bad” CG. Fantastic, beautiful, and wonderfully executed CG is everywhere, but you just don’t notice it. Truly great visual effects serve story and character, and in doing so are, by their very definition, invisible.