Real Animals In Movies - Little Need To Play Around

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CG animation has undoubtedly opened the floodgate of new and weird characters in movies. But that hasn’t led to a dwindling of the need of featuring real animals.

Submitted: December 08, 2011

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CG animation has undoubtedly opened the floodgate of new and weird characters in movies. But that hasn’t led to a dwindling of the need of featuring real animals.

Even though the instances of considering a live animal in comparison to some high-end and intricately-designed animated entities have slipped down considerably, the former gets more preference even today. More interestingly, it’s been observed that animals that are picked to perform in a film either get enlisted to accomplish some daring acts or evoke laugh riot.

Some of the movies in which well-trained animals stole attention include Every Which Way But Loose, The Edge, Cujo, Kangaroo Jack, Bingo, Antichrist, The Hills Have Eyes 2, Zombie, Independence Day and The Birds. Most of these films do bring us the whole of Brazilian forest or dreaded African woods. However, the best part is that the featured animals are increasingly smarter than their mates in wilderness are.

In fact, it won’t be an exaggeration to claim that the Orangutan, named Clyde, is one step ahead of the human characters in Every Which Way But Loose, and Rover, the dog in Independence Day, is ten times witty than those, who are assigned the rescue operation.

Access all these movies online to witness the stunning act of the animals that we sometimes consider not worthy enough of doing smart jobs. The days of playing around with fool’s gold no longer exist, because animals can gear up to give a good run to their virtual representations on-screen.


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