We linked up with Corridor Crew
to review the visual effects
in some of the past few decades' most iconic fight scenes. Niko, Wren, and Clint, professional visual effects artists and hosts of the popular "VFX Artists React" series, sit down to critique six memorable action sequences ranging from the casino fight in "Black Panther" to the chateau showdown in "The Matrix Reloaded."
Visual effects can make or break a fight sequence. Rushed effects work can detract from the energy and impact of action sequences, like what happened with the rushed final battle in "Justice League." On the other hand, creative digital work can allow for fantastic fight scenarios that wouldn't otherwise be possible, such as the opening helicopter sequence in "Spectre." Watch Niko, Wren, and Clint explain the ins and outs of VFX in motion. Then you can use the links below to watch their show VFX Artists React on the Corridor Crew channel, follow Corridor Digital on Instagram, and check out Corridor Digital's website for exclusive shows and bonus content.
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Corridor Crew's VFX Artists Break Down 6 Fight Scenes | Good & Bad Acting