Green Screen: 7 Movies Shot With Digital Environments

Thursday, January 12 by Joseph Gibson

“300″

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<p>Also based on a Frank Miller comic, <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/zack-snyder-860/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>Zack Snyder</a>‘s “300″ brings the graphic violence Miller is famous for from the urban noir environment of “Sin City” to the ancient world of Trojans and horses and stuff. The result was a surprise hit, spawning dozens of <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/parodies/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>parodies</a>, rip-offs, and eventually a sequel/spin-off or two.</p>
<p><strong>“Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow”</strong></p>
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Rather than comic books, “Sky Captain” strives to replicate the hazy, nostalgic feel of 1930s adventure films. And it does that and more, but perhaps the all-digital environments were too much for viewers back in 2004 – the movie was unfortunately a notorious flop. But now there’s no excuse not to check out this fun and underrated (“funderrated“?) adventure.