TV & FILM
brian-mcgee - January 14, 2019
If you've seen Aquaman, you'll know that the film isn't short on spectacle as nearly every corner of the film is packed with some sort of sensational goings-on. The film is, in fact, so jam packed that the spectacle doesn't end once the credits start rolling. This animated sequence that sums up the film's major action set-pieces is one of the better end credits sequences I've seen in some time.
This sequence was created by visual effects house Filmograph, who has this to say about the sequence on their official website...
"From the bright, bioluminescent colors of Atlantis to the high contrast lava-like palette of the Brine Kingdom, we have the chance to see and feel the rich, vibrant textures of the world our characters inhabit. Distinctly integrated cartographic vernacular and a range of complementary, compass-based designs were incorporated into the sequence in an effort to emphasize the documented past of the kingdoms; these, combined with meticulously-crafted frozen action moments – as if suspended underwater – allowed us to craft this uniquely engaging cinematic experience."
Whatever all that means, it looks great and is a spectacular ending to a much better than expected cinematic experience. Aquaman is in theaters now.
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