What movie first used a liquid man special effect?
I believe it was Terminator 2 - certainly that was the first with a totally realistic effect.
Restricted to liquid "man", I would agree with T2 (1991) as the answer. However, I believe the liquid "being" effect was pioneered in 1989 in "The Abyss" when a deep-sea intelligence took on the form of a conduit (or large worm if you prefer) using sea water. The effect was remarkable for the time, especially when the life form copied the facial appearance and expressions of the character portrayed by Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Not as remarkable as T2, but a great beginning.
* Most movie stunt cars either run on junk used tires or if there is a special appearance or effect needed they use whatever tire will provide the best results and safety. * The cars the stars drive run on the tires supplied by the original vehicle manufacturer unless there is a special reason to change them.
The phenomenon you are referring to is a special effect in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean. In the movie the pirates were cursed with living until such time as they broke the curse. The light of the moon was supposed to reveal them as what they really looked like. This does not really happen, it is just something in a movie.
Well the Chipettes weren't exactly on the first Alvin and the Chipmunks movie but the directors or filmakers on special features on the first movie mentioned the Chippetes would of be on the second film that was Alvin and the Chipmunks the Squeakqual cause we first needed to meet the Chipmunks in real live first than the Chippetes then on second and then the rest of the movies they would be all 6 together
It wasn't. The first movie was simply called X-Men. X-Men 2 was the second movie. There may be some confusion because Fox Home Entertainment released a DVD version of X-Men called X-Men 1.5, which was originally going to be an expanded version of the first movie, but ultimately just had some extra special features.
Efficient is an adjective that describes something that is performing in the best possible way, or is very economical. Effect is a noun that is the result of a cause or an illusion. Examples: 1) Her new appliances are very energy efficient. 2a) Driving for long periods of time gives John the effect of drowsiness. 2b) The special effects in the movie Avatar were amazing.