Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
Look at the last 6 seconds. The smoke from the tires looks fake, artificially added. I think this was doctored, though I suspect the driving was legit.
It's all computer generated. Every bit of it. Just amazing work. Plus, I can only imagine what kind of monster engine it would take to make a big, heavy lumbering Cadillac like that perform in that way in real life.
What I look forward to is Actors and Hollywood being unnecessary.
They already are, aren't they? Last night I watched "Death Takes a Holiday" from 1934 and was mesmerized. Excellent movie with great acting and a good story.Not that long ago I gave up on the last installment of the "Die Hard" series, where everything was CGI. It's too hard to suspend my disbelief when a hovering jet shoots down a freeway overpass, and Bruce Willis jumps onto the jet's wing... no, sorry; not believable, even though I do like Bruce Willis. Far too many films these days with lousy stories, terrible "acting" (though it is hard to act, when you aren't seeing anything but a green screen,) and a plot that most 5-year-olds would see through. Not to mention the lack of any moral-to-the-story except that sex & violence are fun (see the "Kick-Ass" movies for a good example.)I 'cut the cable' long ago, and haven't regretted it for a moment.
Not unnecessary enough. Not yet.
The windows are made out of transparent aluminum.