Beowulf Effect

What is Beowulf Effect?


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Referring to that creepy "almost real but not quite" look when too much 3D graphics is used to enhance movie object. This term comes from the movie Beowulf (2007) where 3D gives Ray Winstone, Angelina Jolie and other actors a very creepy, nearly-real-but-still-fake appearance.

"I hate it when those movie produces use WAY too much 3D in their movies... it makes the actors look creepy."

"Like the Beowulf Effect?"

"Exactly!"

See beowulf, creepy, realistic


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